Category: Pastor’s notes

Why is corporate worship vital for the church?

For the last few weeks, Sundays have meant closed sanctuary doors and remote broadcasts of the Knox Church worship service. While it’s great that we have these tools to share the sermon online and bring us together virtually, I think we have learned that…

How to join Knox Church this week

The church doors at Knox may be closed right now but our hearts are open to praise God! Here’s how to get connected to what’s going on at Knox right now: Sunday Worship: Currently taking place live online at 10:30 am Sundays. You can either…

The 10 types of psalms

As we continue our series called “Learning to Love the Psalms” in Knox Church’s worship, it’s important to understand that not all psalms were written alike. When I was a kid, this is what I thought: That all the psalms were just praise songs…

Covenants Part 6: The Covenant of Grace (Moses)

A quick recap so far in our journey through the covenantal framework of the Bible. Originally, God instituted a covenant — a sacred bond in blood, sovereignly administered — with humanity charged to perfectly obey God. This Covenant of Works was broken by Adam…

An important announcement about Knox Church

Dear Knox Family, These are extraordinary times — but we serve an extraordinary God who is sovereign and supreme over all. As the world comes to a halt to help slow the spread of the virus, we here at Knox must be vigilant in…

What Knox Church is doing about the coronavirus

I want to start this unusual pastor’s note by reminding us all of Philippians 4, in which Paul writes, “Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God. And the…

Gathering the Harvest

Let’s talk very plainly here: We all here at Knox would love to see the church filled up with people. Some remember much bigger crowds in the past, while others want to see a thriving congregation to ensure a healthy future. All small churches…