Every week we open God's Word to gain Biblical insight on how to face the challenges of daily life. Our focus is a literal interpretation of Scripture brought into the relevancy of our culture. Mountainview Church is a member of the Fellowship of Evangelical Baptist Churches (FEB). www.MountainviewWhitehorse.ca
Have you ever been wrongfully accused? Have you ever been mistreated for no reason? Perhaps you became the subject of a slanderous conversation, and you overheard false or hurtful things being said about you? Perhaps you lost relationships over it, and even friends rejected you?
We start wondering, “Why is God letting this happen?” Why doesn’t He step in and rescue us? Why doesn’t He make things right? We pray, and pray, and pray, b...
If you were to ask someone walking on the street, “Who is your king?”; how do you think they’d respond? They might reply quickly, “I don’t have a king!”
What if you asked a clarifying question: “Who rules over you?” That question is almost offensive. The likely answer to that question would be, “No one rules me! I rule myself!” Which wouldn’t and shouldn’t be surprising to us. In our self-motivated, self-driven culture, we should ex...
Streams represent life. A stream can bring nourishment for new growth, but also sustainability during times of drought.
This week, we begin a new series on the Book of Psalms; 150 chapters of Sacred Songs, Poems, and Prayers. We start at Psalm chapter 1. In the first few verses the Psalmist paints a picture in the mind of the reader, of a tree that’s planted beside a stream, growing and thriving!
The hook is that this poetic tree met...
If you're watching this, you're likely here for one of two reasons: You're either watching in celebration, or you're watching in skepticism. You're either here to revel in the truths that have spiritually set you free, or you're here with questions that could impact the rest of your life.
For those who believe, you approach today with jubilation that He is risen! For those who doubt, you approach today with r...
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