When you get a good look at Jesus, it's hard to not want to follow him. In this series, we hope to do just that: give you a good look at Jesus through individual snapshots from his life. Maybe you'll see him in a way you never have. Maybe you'll see what you need to see in him to have faith. Maybe you'll see what in him what changes your life forever. Take a look.
Do You Know Where I Live?
It’s all too easy to be shallow with one another. Shallow is easy, shallow is quick, shallow is clean. It’s harder to get personal. Personal is difficult, personal is costly, personal is messy. But it is in the personal that lives get changed, hearts get reached, and people are drawn to Jesus. So let’s get personal because, “It’s Personal”.
Imagine a faith - a life - that when trouble comes, it not only survives but it thrives. You don't just 'get by', but you get by with hope, with courage, with peace, and with joy. That's the faith depicted in the letter to the Philippians, and in this series, we're exploring what you "Need to Know" to have that kind of faith.
Some days just count more than others. The day you got married. The day your child was born. The day you can’t forget. But there are some days that count even more than that. Thursday. Friday. Saturday. Easter Sunday. These are the days that counted even more. These are the Four Days That Changed the World.
This winter, we’re embarking on “Love Where You Live” - an 8-week study focusing on our calling and mission to love our neighbors as God’s means of reaching out to the world that He loves. It is meant to align our hearts with God’s as we turn outward to the world around us - to love where we live.
Sometimes things are just complicated: work is complicated, growing up is complicated, relationships are complicated, parenting is complicated, money is complicated…life is complicated. Faith doesn’t need to be, but sometimes we like to complicate it. It allows us to slip away easier. This Sunday, and in this 3-week mini-series, we want to un-complicate faith by boiling it down to The Only Thing That Counts.
The very first words that God says in the Bible is "Let there be...", and when he speaks, new things come into being. When God came in person in Jesus at Christmas, he spoke a new and definitive word to us - a word that is good news for us. So what is the word that he's spoken at Christmas, and how can we let it be in our lives? Find out in this exciting Christmas series!
Am I the only one who deals with this? Am I alone in this? Probably not. The people you work, live, sit, and are in line with are most likely dealing with the same kind of things you are. They just aren’t talking about it. But we are. In this series, you will hear...