Deep in our bones, we know we're made for something more. We reach for it. We long for it. We struggle for it. We spend our lives looking for it. The problem is we tend to look for it in all the wrong places. Check out this message and find out what the 'something more' is, and why it matters so much.
Sermon Tag: 2019
Is yours a vacation mindset, or a war zone mindset? It's an important question that the Lord's Prayer raises. Check it out here!
God gives us what we need and fulfills what is our deepest need. Listen to how that forms us and our prayers!
Your name...your kingdom...your will. It really isn't about you. Find out what it is about right here!
As we kick off our new series on prayer, the first question is 'to whom do we pray?' What does it mean that God is our Father?
What do we need to be the people of God in the world, on mission to share the good news of Jesus with others?
Everyone matters to God: the unloveable, the lost, the wanderers. Doesn't that sound like good news?
What do you believe about God's generosity? Unfortunately, we are prone to believe a lot of lies about it. It's time to change that. Check this week's message out, and hear all about God's generosity again!
Are Christians judgmental? A recent study by a major market research firm specializing in religious beliefs and behavior of Americans reported that eighty-seven percent of non-Christians think so. And fifty percent of Christians think so too! While perception does not always dictate reality, this should be alarming for anyone who claims to be a follower of Jesus - not least of all because of Jesus' explicit command, "Do not judge!" Whether you are a devoted Jesus follower, a curious skeptic, or somewhere in between, join us this Sunday as we learn from Jesus how to become a people who "do not judge."
As you read the gospel stories, you'll notice an interesting theme: The more people get to know, listen to, and encounter Jesus - the more they either love him or hate him. There's just something about Jesus that makes people either want to worship him or kill him? Why is that? And what does that have to do with you and me? Come and explore these questions this Sunday.