Making disciples of all nations as we go.
At times through history the church has tried to use its power to force society and people into submission, but what we see in the second half of Mark’s gospel is that the way of the cross is not forcing others into submission but being ready to be forced into submission yourself. It was the Lord’s will to crush Jesus as an offering for our sin, Jesus submitted. He tells us if we want to follow him we need to take up our cross and fall in behind him on our path to glory with him.
The Bible is our supreme authority because it is the living, breathing and infallible word of God. God speaks directly to us by his Spirit through his word the Bible. The Bible as a whole is the unfolding revelation of God’s plan to redeem sinful people through Jesus for eternal life. We love to open the Bible together at Willows.
Each Sunday we have four different congregations that meet for church. We are also livestreaming our 8:30 service on our Facebook page.
Regardless of which service you attend at Willows they all prioritize listening to God in his Word the bible and letting it change us to make us more like Jesus. Central to each service is the sermon which aims to clearly and engagingly unpack what God is saying through the bible. We also respond to God’s word through singing, praying and encouraging one another.