We all experience times in life when it feels like everything is crashing down around us. This week we’ll wrap up our sermon series “My Ordinary Life,” by exploring the extraordinary opportunity that life’s lows offer us. Are you experiencing some tough setbacks in life? Don’t lose hope; join us on Sunday to discover how […]
This Sunday, as we continue our sermon series on “My Ordinary Life,” we’ll imagine it’s Friday – pay day! – which raises the question: What role should money play in the life of a deeply spiritual person? How should I balance my need for money – and the stuff money can buy – with my […]
It’s a slow Saturday – not much to do. Crashing after a long week. You’re alone with yourself, and that’s when it happens. Without the distractions of the work week, your stuff comes to the surface. The issues that attack our self-esteem. All those hang ups we can have about ourselves. We all have them. Cul […]
As you move through your typical week, do you often find yourself wanting to scream because you’re so busy? If so, this Sunday is for you. We’ll explore five spiritual principles that can help us slow down and find room to breathe and to be.
Moment by moment, something ominous is happening to each and every one of us – we’re getting older. Yet we never talk about it! This Sunday we will. We’ll ask why God thought it was a good idea to place us in a reality where aging is pervasive, taking our key clue from something Jesus […]
People problems are everywhere we go, every day of the week – there’s no avoiding it. So what are we supposed to learn from all these people problems, and how can we do better? This Sunday we’ll explore 4 specific ways to better manage our people problems, as we continue our new sermon series called […]
Do you ever question the meaning and significance of your job? Do you ever find yourself thinking, “How did I end up here? Why can’t I do something more important?” If so,Sunday’s sermon is for you, as we launch a new sermon series called “My Ordinary Life: Extraordinary Insights For Everyday Problems.” The first problem […]