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...
Will There Ever Be Enough Time?
It’s time for us to go All In on God’s mission to Monmouth County: to share his love with those who don’t yet know him, inviting, inspiring, and leading people to follow Jesus. You are made to be on this mission with us, so we invite you in to it!
Just face it: change is facing you. New job, new school, a baby, another baby, loss of a relationship, a big move. Change is inevitable. It faces us all. The question this series asks is, how will you face it?
For whatever we're facing and wherever we're going, fixing our eyes on Jesus is our first step. Will you take it with us?
We are what God has made us, created in Jesus: a new name, a new life, a new identity – a new you. This spring at Park Church, we invite you to discover what that is – and how God wants you to live out of your new you – as You Do Who You Are.
Is your faith bearing fruit? Real fruit, fruit that makes a difference, that makes an impact in your life, that makes an impact in the world around you? If not, consider that your faith needs to become “Rooted”. That’s what this series is all about: growing our faith so that it becomes deeply and firmly rooted in Jesus.
The good news of the birth of Jesus cannot be contained to one season, one month, or one day: it is for every season, every month, every day – because it is for every challenge, every fear, every doubt...
Jesus calls us to follow him. He calls us to turn, and to believe in his good news. He calls us to leave behind our old ways of thinking and living and being, and to set out on a new path: his path. The path of Following Jesus. What does that look like for us, for today, for Park Church?
Marriage. Friendships. Family. These are meant to last - and to be good. Very good. Come to Park Church on Sundays this fall and hear about God's design for these important relationships. And please, bring someone along who could use this good word too!
In Paul's letter to the Ephesians, he is very clear what he wants: for us to live in light of who we are in Christ. That is what we will explore together throughout the summer.