Speaker: Levi Simpson
Speaker: Levi Simpson
15 August 2021
In our own day, repentance has become a heavy word, laden with guilt and feelings of not measuring up. In Psalm 32, however, it is an occasion for joy and an opportunity for thanksgiving!
8 August 2021
Too often we can forget to engage the Lord in prayer as we navigate the rote routines of our lives, perhaps thinking they are too small to bring to him, or perhaps we are caught up in the stresses of the situation and the practice of prayer simple doesn’t come to mind.
4 July 2021
Summer is here, and with it, we begin a new focus in our messages, one directed by the words of Rev 3:20, “Here I am! I stand at the door and knock. If anyone hears my voice and opens the door, I will come in and eat with that person, and they with me.”
30 May 2021
Series: Be the Church: Philippians
Friends, we’re still learning what it means to be the church. The adventure continues!
Let’s remain focused on being a Gospel-Fellowship people. This is our call whatever happens.
Whatever are you focused on?
26 May 2021
2 April 2021
Series: Stand Alone Sermons
31 January 2021
Series: Strength for the Soul
Communion has always been grounding for me. The pause before eating the bread and drinking the cup help see and feel in that moment that I am a part of Christ, and he is a part of me. Even in my difficult days, God is not far from me.
11 October 2020
Series: Good News
The brokenness of the world is messy. Every week – goodness, almost every day – we hear of another new mess to add to the 2020 pile. Messy means God’s world is lived in. We move from the garden of Eden in Genesis 3 to the story of Cain and Abel this week with Pastor Levi. Are you ready to face the mess?
2 August 2020
Series: Hope Stories
Hello all, it’s Pastor Levi here. It has been a long time since I have lent my voice to the front page of the bulletin, but it is a gift and a joy to be able to do so again. I want to share a prayer that I have spoken over us all a few times before. It is a prayer that speaks to the truth of Christ in all of our walks, and a prayer that invites us to see and hear and claim this truth every day anew: