People Make Me Anxious

August 30, 2017
Asking questions is scary. Talking to people about something hurtful we felt because of their actions is scary. It's often easier to write them off as terrible or listen to…

What Are We Supposed to Do?

October 6, 2014
Why must we worship God, love God with all our hearts? God puts us in the midst of the greatest story ever told, the story of creation. When we forget…
Bible Text: Exodus 1:8-2:10 | Preacher: Nathan Willard | Series: Patriarchs After Joseph's Pharaoh dies, the Hebrews are left vulnerable to the growing paranoia of the new Pharaoh. The inability to recognize the realties and listen to dissent leads Pharaoh to overlook the quiet resistance his daughter offers in her decision to shelter Moses in his house. Where do we unintentionally block out dissent, or fear that our voices aren't going to be heard? As a church family, how do we live with dissent and disagreement while still moving in the direction that Jesus leads us? Preached August 24, 2014 by Rev. Nathan Willard in Ankeny UCC