Our Heavenly Father desires to have an intimate relationship with us—a relationship where we can be fully known with no fear of rejection.
God's intimacy with man was destroyed when sin, sorrow, and death entered the world. And God has been striving to reconcile the relationship ever since. In this series we are going to begin to explore the obstacles that hinder intimacy with God and how to remove them.
In just three years, Jesus flipped the script on religion and created space for everyone.
We can all make some space to consider or maybe reconsider just what Jesus did and, more importantly, why.
Sixty-four is a sermon series designed to touch on the significant events in Jesus’ life.
Join us as together we take 64 days to journey through the life of Christ.
Everybody wants to be happy. Everybody is on a happiness quest. For many, happiness is measured in moments. Experiences. It's elusive. Unsustainable.
What about you? What makes you happy?
You are invited to join as together we explore what makes us happy; and we learn what three things all happy people have in common.
For centuries, during what’s known as the Advent season (advent meaning “coming”), followers of Jesus around the world have remembered both “advents” of Christ: his birth in Bethlehem and his final return to earth which is still to come.
Unfortunately, Advent is often overshadowed by the hustle and bustle of Christmas preparations and celebrations.
And Jesus, the greatest gift of all, is forgotten.
Join us for our Christmas Series, “Waiting For The Son” as we pause to reflect on the mystery and miracle of the birth of Christ.
The Hope, Peace, Faith, Joy and Love that radically impacted the world as they waited with anticipation for His first coming, can still radically impact us today as we wait with anticipation for His second coming.
What did the early church see as its mission?
What did they believe Christ had birthed the church for?
How did they understand John 20:21, when Jesus said this disciples, “as the Father has sent me, I am sending you”?
In short did it mean for the early church to join Jesus on His Mission?
Join us for a new series “His Mission - My Mission” where together we begin a conversation about what it looks like to be sent, to be participating in the Mission of Christ.
Jesus commanded his followers NOT to do a few things. But his Not commandments were so extreme, his followers were tempted Not to try. And then, Jesus rose from the dead and everything changed.
In this 6-part series, we discover that the arrival of Jesus signaled the end of the Temple Model and the beginning of something entirely new!
“There are gods at war within each of us, and they battle for the throne of our hearts. And much is at stake, for which ever god wins that war gains control over us and ultimately determines our destiny…”
In this series we look at the idols that are competing daily for the “throne of our hearts”.
Family. We all have one.
And, we often want our Future Family to be a step up from our families of origin. When it comes to family, what does your preferred future look like?
Whether you’re starting a family, raising a family, or wondering if family's worth the effort, this 6-part series provides direction and hope.
Like everyone else, we have been disappointed by Christians who claim to serving God, but from where we sit it looks a lot more like they are just serving themselves and using God as an excuse for their bad behavior. We have heard bible verses quoted in defense of an argument that could best be described as “bible darts” to prove how spiritual someone is and therefore they must be “right”. If we are honest… we can recognize the hypocrisy because we are well practiced at being the hypocrites!
Why are we like that?
Come join us as we look inside ourselves and try to figure it out…
What time is it?
Where did all the time go?
Does time really fly when you’re having fun?
Maybe we think about time so much because there never seems to be enough of it. Maybe there’s only one question we need to ask.
What am I doing with my time?
Simple question? Easy answer? It’s time you found out. In this 5-part series, we will help you discover that answer. Don’t waste another second.
It's a common misconception that the Christian life is all about avoiding messes and staying out of trouble. But it turns out that your messes and the messy people you meet along the way may actually be your greatest opportunity to know God.
In this series, we look at how following Jesus isn't about avoiding something; it's about becoming something.