Times & Directions Give

            ~ By Grace ~ Through Faith ~ In Christ  ~

Sunday Services

10:30 am

Sunday Teaching Classes

9:30 am

Harper Park Middle School

701 Potomac Station Drive

Leesburg, VA 20176

navigate Xclose

Latest News

Subscribe to the RSS Feed
  • Featured Posts
  • All Posts

Heart Prep for Sunday, December 15th

This week we're continuing our Advent series on "Christmas in the Psalms." We're looking at a few Messianic Psalms that foretell some aspect of the coming of the Messiah. This Sunday, we'll be looking at Psalm 72 which will tell us something very comforting about "Christ the Lord" (After last week, we need something comforting)! It's a unique Psalm in that it addresses the...

Keep Reading

Heart Prep for Sunday, December 8th

This week we're continuing our Advent series on "Christmas in the Psalms." We're looking at five Messianic Psalms in December that foretell some aspect of the coming of the Messiah, each of which is among the most quoted Psalms in the New Testament. This Sunday, we'll be looking at Psalm 69 which will tell us something very different about "Christ the Messiah." It's a uniq...

Keep Reading

Heart Prep for Sunday, December 1st

This week we're leaving the Gospel of Mark for a season as we'll be starting our Advent series on "Christmas in the Psalms." But we won't be leaving "The King and His Cross" as we'll be looking at five Messianic Psalms over the next five weeks which foretell some aspect of the coming of the Messiah. The Psalms we'll be looking at are Psalm 2, 69, 72, 110, and 118 (in case ...

Keep Reading

Heart Prep for Sunday, November 24th

Black and white. Us and Them. We live in an increasingly polarized world. On just about anything, we're asked to pick sides. The contrasts in camps of people are becoming increasingly stark. But contrasts aren't just about segregating into groups. Contrasts often provide color and depth to our understand our world and experience. For instance, contrasts can help throw into...

Keep Reading

Heart Prep for Sunday, November 17th

This week we're in the miracles of Jesus. Last week I told you that the parables are often miracles in story form. Well, often the miracles are parables in action. And we have something of that in our text this week, Mark 4:35-41, the well-known story of Jesus calming the storm. Now, Jesus has already done a lot in front of the disciples. He's taught, He's healed people, ...

Keep Reading

Heart Prep for Sunday, November 10th

This week we're in the parables of Jesus. The parables basically tell us that we're doing everything wrong. And we have a hard time with that. Most of the time, we're trying (very hard) to do everything right! Okay, not everyone, but surely you are! And now Jesus is sharing parables to help us see that the ways of the Kingdom are not the ways of the world. Things are backw...

Keep Reading

Heart Prep for Sunday, November 3rd

Happy Reformation Day! If you're reading this on what most of America celebrates as Halloween, you're actually reading it on the 502nd anniversary of Martin Luther nailing his 95 Theses to the door of the church in Wittenberg, Germany. While the Reformation was much bigger than Luther, and the 95 Theses didn't address everything that the Reformation stood for, it was a hug...

Keep Reading

Heart Prep for Sunday, October 27th

This week we'll see how Jesus answers those who question what He's doing. Our passage for this week, Mark 3:20-35, begins with Jesus' family showing up and wanting to take Him home so He'll stop embarrassing everyone with all of this sensationalistic, miraculous, healing stuff that He was doing And right in the middle of this family mess, another group shows up and questi...

Keep Reading

Heart Prep for Sunday, October 20th

I hope you were blessed by last Sunday's celebration of our 25th Anniversary. Many thanks to Cici Palm and Dave Dorst for all their hard work (BTW, the link to the slide show is now posted on Realm and in our Facebook group). I was greatly appreciative that Ligon Duncan made time in his super busy schedule to be with us. And every time I think back to Mark Phoebe Rist's r...

Keep Reading

Heart Prep for Sunday, October 13th

Well, we've finally made it. This Sunday we celebrate the 25th Anniversary of Potomac Hills. What an amazing milestone. We have an exciting day lined up. In the morning, one of the leading Reformed thinkers in the world today, Dr. Ligon Duncan, Chancellor of Reformed Theological Seminary, will be with us. He will speak to a combined Teen / Adult Sunday School class at 9:30...

Keep Reading

Latest Tweet