In such a politically charged culture, what's the most politically charged thing you can do? If we carefully read from the most politically charged book in the New Testament, we find out a surprising answer. Check it out!
Sermon Category: <span>The Donkey, the Elephant, and the Lamb</span>
Politics and Victims
Politics matter because people matter, and regardless of who's in charge, politics always creates victims. So what do we do in-between elections? We will follow Jesus.
Our Words Matter
“Stick and stones might break your bones, but words will never hurt you.” We all know how untrue this is. Our words matter, especially in the midst of this politically charged culture. Learn more today!
Love Your Enemies
How do we treat our ‘ideological’ enemies? We love them, just like Jesus said. Check out this different approach to people who think/see/vote differently than you.
The Stories that Shape Us
Have you ever noticed that there are two stories (one on the left, and one on the right) out there that seek to shape us? Us too. And they're powerful. But the true story that ought to shape us is even more powerful still. And it's the one true story of the world.
The King and His Kingdom
As we kick off our series to explore what it looks like to follow Jesus in this politically charged culture, we ask, how did Jesus enter into his politically charged culture? As a King in His Kingdom. Check this one out!