As Christians, we believe Jesus’ death on the cross was the most pivotal event in the history of the world. On Sunday we will launch a new sermon series that explores why. Over the next four Sundays we’ll look at four different meanings of the cross, each taking us deeper in the understanding of our faith and […]
Solomon, a great king, successful by all measures, looked back on his life and called it all meaningless. We strive and reach for all kinds of things to find meaning in our lives, and no matter how far we go, we always want more. Is there something more? Some meaning, some light worth chasing? Come, […]
This week we will explore the single most important concept for us to understand if we’re going to be followers of Jesus. The explosive power of Jesus’ message comes from this core concept. Do you know what it is? Have you internalized it? Are you living it? Sermon Video Reference
For the past four weeks, we’ve explored the impact of the fall of humanity through stories of brokenness found early in the book of Genesis. On Sunday, before leaving the theme of brokenness, we’re going to learn about the ultimate antidote to all that brokenness, as revealed to us by Jesus himself. Come to church […]
There came a time in the life of Noah and his family when they lost everyone and everything to a great flood. How did they manage to survive and eventually thrive once again? That’s the question we’ll explore this Sunday, as we seek insights for how to respond to great tragedy in our own life. […]
This Sunday we continue exploring profound life lessons embedded in the Biblical creation story, as we move into the later part of the story where everything starts to fall apart. If you’ve ever experienced profound failure, you need to hear this.
Did you know that there are two creation stories in the Bible? One of the stories we’re very familiar with; the other not so much. But we need to have a good understanding of both stories to fully appreciate God’s creative work in our lives. So this Sunday, as we launch our August sermon series […]
Start off the New Year right by setting aside time this Sunday to reflect. As we continue our “Voices of Angels” sermon series, we’ll take two searching questions the angel of the Lord asked Hagar and apply them to ourselves, as a way of assessing where we are in life and how we’re doing.
We’ve all experienced it. You have something beautiful in your life. Then something happens that breaks it to pieces, leaving you bereft. Why? And what now? On Sunday, we’ll explore two deep biblical insights that can help us redeem and transcend life’s most broken moments.