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>Parables</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!
In Luke 15, Jesus tells a story about a young man who runs away, only to find that what he was searching for was at home with his father all along. But will he be welcomed home? Find out in today's kickoff to "Coming Home"!
God is gracious, and this is the very best news we could share with you. We invite you to hear how this is so, and how it can transform every aspect of our lives.
Jesus said that making yourself a neighbor to those in need is not an option...it's what it means to follow him and have life. So how might we be able to be a neighbor by forming friendships across the divide?
Disappointment. We all face it. It's unavoidable. And how we respond to it makes all the difference. Our response to disappointment is a fork in the road, with one way leading to life, the other way leading no where. In faith, let's choose the right road.
Where do we go from here? It's a question we all ask, we all need to ask, and we all will ask - and it's one that only the lavish love of God can truly answer. Check it out here!
God so loved the world that he invested everything in it. How are we called to invest ourselves for him?
Fill in the blank: if ____, then I'll be ok. For each of us, we fill in that blank differently. The problem is that the blanks usually come up blank and we don't find what we're looking for. Check out this message and find out how to fill in the blank better.
When talking about loving those in your ‘way’ as he taught and modelled for us, Jesus had a simple command for us: go and do likewise. You might be the only “Jesus” people ever meet, so how can you go and do likewise towards the people in your ‘way’? We can do it by embodying God’s love.