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?
Sermon Tag: <span>Luke</span>
We all come with a picture of God in our head (even if it's the god we don't believe in), and often our picture of God is missing something. And the problem is, when we get God wrong, we go wrong. But Jesus shows us - and tells us a story - of who God truly is. So let's listen!
On Mother's Day, we take time to honor and give thanks for the women in our lives who have blessed us, made our lives better, and made us who we are. And so in this day where we honor women, we’ll look at the way that Jesus honored them, and lifted up the place of women in a society that generally went in the other direction.
One of the most important "Days of Hope" - but the one that is least understood and least talked about - is the ascension. In this message, we invite you to hear about the hope of the ascension of Jesus.
This morning - Easter morning! - we take a look at the hope that is found in the resurrection of Jesus. Don't miss it!
In life, it's all too easy to get lost. If we don't develop a practice of self-reflection, who knows how off course we can become? In this message, we explore the danger of not self-reflecting, as well as how to do it well.
One barrier that people experience in coming to faith is that it just seems irrelevant sometimes. Where's the new life? Where's the transformation? If it actually mattered, it'd matter more. So how can we remove that barrier by making faith relevant in all of life?
Jesus is born a child, yet a king...but what kind of king is this? The answer changes the world. Don't miss this special Christmas Eve message.
How can we 'prepare Him room' when we're not so sure God's got room for us? Well, He does, and sometimes all we need is the darkness to prepare us. Hear more here!
Do you know what it's like to wait for God? But what about waiting for God, with God? Let Anna teach us!