Protected from Pride (The Protection of Proverbs #4)

Oftentimes, we think we have all of the answers. We can get lost in pride in our day-to-day decisions as we’re sure we know everything about most of our situations. When our hearts are caught up with pride, we can’t truly trust in God or have full faith in his workings.

In today’s sermon, Professor Matt Townsley teaches from Proverbs chapter 3. He shows us how we can gain protection from pride by understanding and following the words in verses 1-7.

Psalm 46 (Summer of Psalms #3)

Do you ever find yourself seeking a rest from life’s daily grind through things like Netflix, YouTube, disc golf, or even drinking coffee?
In this week’s message, Matt Townsley walks us through Psalm 46 which shows us that God is our protection, provider, and power.  If you a desire to seek true rest from the stressors of this world, listen in to know what it means to “be still” and know a God who loves you more than you can imagine.

Psalm 127 (Summer of Psalms #1)

Have you ever wondered what the Bible says about work?  Is it wise to put in 40 hours and be done?  Is working overtime punishment or pleasing in the eyes of God?
In this week’s message, Matt Townsley walks us through Psalm 127 showing how overconfidence and overworking can lead to an unfulfilled life.  So, if you have a desire to work at home or in the office in a way that honors God, listen in!

The Gospel & The Past (The Everyday Gospel #7)

All of us have a past. Some of us are quite proud of the things in our past – accomplishments, relationships, or fond memories. Others of us are ashamed of our past. And some of us probably have a mixed past, one filled with both pride and shame.

But have you ever stopped to consider how the gospel speaks into your past, both the good moments and the regrettable ones?

In this second message in The Everyday Gospel (The Self Edition) (and part 7 overall in the series), Riverwood Partner Matt Townsley teaches from 2 Corinthians 5:10-23 to help us see how the death and resurrection of Jesus changes the way we view our past and how God can use it for the future.

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