Our greatest enemy is death, and the fear of death surrounds us. But if Jesus has conquered our enemy, why can't we live free from it? Well, maybe we can. Find out more today.
Author: Michael Carlson (Michael Carlson)
These days, it's getting harder and harder to figure out where to find truth...and that matters, since truth has the potential to set us free and lies have he potential to enslave us. So how can we find truth and freedom in Jesus?
You cannot serve both God and money, and only one has the potential to enslave us. Be free from it, by serving God instead. Hear more here!
Living in a land where the highest value is freedom, it's often the case the we fundamentally misunderstand it. What does God's story show us about what true freedom is?
In this message, we wrap up our series on "Coming Home" to God in the parable of the prodigal son...but this week, focusing on the older son. How are we like him? Will we accept the father's invitation to come home and celebrate? What might that look like for you?
In Luke 15, Jesus tells a story about a young man who runs away, only to find that what he was searching for was at home with his father all along. But will he be welcomed home? Find out in today's kickoff to "Coming Home"!
For each of us, there's a time in our lives where what we are called to do is stop, turn around, and go in the other direction. Maybe it's your time to stop, turn, and follow Jesus. Watch it here.
For so many, we can get stuck in unforgiveness and resentment. If that's you, now's the time to move into forgiveness, reconciliation - into love.
If you’ve seen the most recent update to New Jersey covid restrictions, then you know that as of this Friday, the mask mandate and the social-distancing mandate have been lifted for a number of venues, including churches.
Up until this point, the biggest barrier to moving indoors for Sunday worship has been kids. We simply haven’t had the space to responsibly provide Park Kids indoors while maintaining social distancing. But now the social distancing mandate has been lifted, which begs the question: What does this mean for Park?
It was great to see so many of you for yet another gorgeous Sunday morning of worship! It was especially fun to kick-off Park Kids for the first time since the pandemic hit. I want to give a big THANK YOU to all our staff and volunteers who are once again helping to create safe and fun environments where kids can learn to know and follow Jesus. The journey back to normalcy has been slow, which is why every single step forward is important.
Speaking of steps forward, the recent updates to the CDC and state guidelines are encouraging, and they also raise questions for Park’s own safety guidelines for worship. With this in mind, I’d like to share an update: