Even in a season of staying at home more, commuting less, scaling back and slowing down - we are more tired than ever. Why? It's because we don't know how to find rest. Begin to discover how in this message!
Sermon Tag: <span>Genesis</span>
If this pandemic has taught us anything, it's that we need to learn to wait: for a cure, through a quarantine, for nice weather, for things to 'back to normal'. In our waiting, we can be discouraged and distraught...or we can learn to wait in faith - with patience and with hope. We can learn how to do that from the story of Joseph.
FOMO (fear of missing out) is a thing you may have heard of. It's actually quite a powerful force in our lives. Jesus knew that, so he taught us how to avoid it and find life instead.
At this point in The Story, humanity's relationship with God is broken because of their rebellion. The question is, what will God do? The answer reveals a God who keeps his promise, regardless of the cost. You're going to want to hear this one.
God created everything good but something went deeply wrong, and what went wrong tends to ruin everything. Find out this crucial part of "The Story" right here!
Where did we come from? A good question, and as you'll see, an important question for how we live life. Find out more as we launch into the first act of the six act play in "The Story".
What is it like to be part of God's family as brothers and sisters of one another? Find out!
Who is God? How do we come to answer this question? Who does God show himself to be? Find out more here!
God has created space for us to be us, for us to be friends with God, and for us to be friends with one another. How can you create space for friendship?
What are you made for? We all ask the question - in a myriad of ways, seeking different answers from different sources. But what does God say? God says we are made for relationship. Find out more in this message!