6500 Baker Road, Eden Prairie, Minnesota 55346 Our phone number is (952) 934-0811

Sunday Morning

09:30 Bible Study Hour (youth, college, adult)
10:45 Morning Worship Service

Sun AM
Sunday Evening

04:50 Choir Rehearsal
06:00 Evening Worship Service

Sun PM
Wednesday Evening

06:30 AWANA Clubs
06:45 Youth Bible Study
06:45 Adult Bible Study

Wed PM
Nursery Child Care is available at all Services
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Accepting God's Blessings

Everyone wants to be blessed by God. One of the reasons why the beatitudes are such a popular passage of Scripture is because they tell us how to receive God's blessings. But why do we want those blessings? Unfortunately, most of the time we want God's blessing because we want to be happier, more comfortable, and experience a better life. This is the allure of the prosperity gospel. It lures people in with the promise of God's blessing for their best life now. But God doesn't bless people as an end. God's blessing is just the beginning of God's work to bless others. When God promised to bless Abram, He also promised to bless all the world through him. It wasn't just about Abram; it was a plan for everyone. All of us have received God's blessings, and God has blessed us so that we can share His blessings with others. May God strengthen us to share His blessings rather than hoard them to ourselves.  Read More

Obeying God's Word

Much of the time, we as Christians recognize the extraordinary gift that we’ve received in God’s mercy, and it inspires good works of faithful service and thankful worship to God. But when we are guilty of scorning God’s mercy, we are prone to see God’s work not as mercy, but as opposition from Him. This frequently leads to discontentment and anger with God because He won’t give us our way. But God’s mercy while sometimes difficult to stomach is always good for us. Sometimes God’s mercy is parents correcting our behavior through discipline, a boss writing up our misdeed, or another church member confronting apparent sins in our lives. All of these are examples of God’s good mercy because they drive us away from sin when if left to ourselves we’d pursue it to our death. Rejoice in God’s mercies, not just the obviously good ones (like food and shelter), but the sometimes difficult ones too (like correction); it is the discipline of a loving heavenly Father guiding you to what He saved you for. Read More

Believing God's Promises

God made promises to Abraham, but He didn’t always make the path clear. God didn’t tell Abraham where to go until he got there, and He didn’t tell him how he would be a great nation. But Abraham trusted anyway. Abraham left his home and wandered around Canaan waiting for God to tell him where to stop. He stayed in Canaan with Lot waiting for God to make him into a great nation even though he didn’t have a son. Sometimes believing God’s promises means waiting 400 years and letting your children receive the blessing, but believing God’s promises always has its reward. Abraham believed God, and God justified him. The same is true for us. We may not always see the promises fulfilled like we want or when we want, but God cannot lie, and He is always faithful. Read More
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