Current Sermon Series

The Goodness of God

Have you ever heard the phrase and response, “God is good, all the time. And all the time, God is good.” That simple phrase emphasizes the constant goodness of God. But is God really good all of the time? YES! But unfortunately, many people find it hard to believe in God’s constant goodness. For instance, we often forget God’s goodness when we’re in physical or emotional pain, facing serious life issues or illnesses, or when we’re in conflict with another person. We think God’s goodness is for everyone else when we’re depressed, worried, anxious, or stressed out and totally forget about God’s goodness. Yet, one of the most famous chapters in the Bible, Psalm 23, is a constant reminder of the goodness of God. In this new message series, we will discover why it’s important for us to constantly remember the goodness of God, and how forgetting God’s goodness can cause all kinds of problems. Focusing on God’s goodness transforms our lives!

Sunday, April 16 – “God is Good! All the Time!” (Psalm 23:1-100:5)

Sunday, April 23 – “God’s goodness is all we need.” (Psalm 23:1)

Sunday, April 30 – Youth Sunday (Matt Preaching)

Sunday, May 7 – “God’s goodness restores my soul.” (Psalm 23:1-2)

Sunday, May 14 (Mother’s Day) – “God cares for us.” (Psalm 23:1-6)

Sunday, May 21 – “God’s goodness in the dark valleys.” (Psalm 23:1-4)

Sunday, May 28 (Pentecost Sunday) – “God’s Spirit leads us.” (Psalm 23:1-3)

Sunday, June 4 – “God prepares a banquet for me!” (Psalm 23:5)

Sunday, June 11 – “Anointed with God’s goodness.” (Psalm 23:5)

Sunday, June 18 (Father’s Day) – “God’s goodness follows me all the days of my life.” (Psalm 23:6)