Jesus calls us to love people who are disadvantageous for us to love, to invest in outsiders, and to invite them in. It's what we're for, and it's imperative that we're doing it. Are you?
Sermon Tag: Preacher: Matt Agresti
The church exists in the world as God’s people in order to be a blessing to those around – to love where we live. So how can we do that better? It all starts with the story that we live by, the story we tell ourselves, and the story our lives actually tell. So let’s get our stories straight, and be God’s people for the world together!
As Jesus followers, we're called to love people who we don't naturally love. How can we love like that? How do we get over our hurdles so we can go and love where we live? Check out this message, and hear how you can keep pursuing The Only Thing That Counts!
Jesus calls us to love other "just as I have loved you". It's quite a call. Check out this engaging sermon for a helpful way to think about that "just as" love, as well as a helpful question to ask yourself when you don't know what to do or how to do it.
If you had a scorecard for your faith, what would be on it? Better yet, what should be on it? Discover the very simple answer right here, and get going on the only thing that counts!
For God so loved the world...that the very first Christmas happened - so that you could have life! Why wouldn't you receive this gift? Check out more here!
So many of our Christmas songs sing about the glory of God, but what does it actually mean? The angels sing it, the shepherds did it, we sing it, and we can even “behold it”…so how can we let there be the glory of Christmas in our lives?
Let there be joy! In this season where the hustle and bustle, traffic and to-do lists overwhelm us – and joy is sung about but not actually practiced - how do we live the joy that Jesus’ birth brings?
This week at Park Church, we heard about how the birth of Jesus is like light shattering the dark of night. The light of His life puts light in our lives, guiding our feet, disrupting our darkness, and showing us the way. Let there be light this season!
Will it ever be different? Yes, because of what we celebrate at Christmas. So how do we live in that hope of Christmas? Find out in this powerful message.