Sometimes life backs us into a corner and forces us to make difficult choices that demand great courage and sacrifice. How courageous are you? What makes the difference between people who rise to an occasion and those who don’t? These are some of the questions we’ll discuss on Sunday, as we continue exploring who bears […]
As we continue our intensive study of the book of Second Corinthians, this Sunday we come to a passage that challenges us to reimagine life from an eternal perspective. What does that mean? How does it change things? Why is it so important to my current quality of life? Those are the questions we’ll explore […]
Are you careful or bold? Are you cautious or spontaneous? Are you a saver or a spender? And does it even matter? Does God care? On Sunday we’ll explore another dramatic encounter with Jesus that raises all those questions and suggests some rather provocative answers.
How much power does fear have over you? Sometimes fear can be a good thing that inspires us to take appropriate precautions. But too often we allow fear to constrict our lives. God calls us to be bold, step out of our comfort zone, take some risks, and embrace the adventure of life. This Sunday […]
This Sunday we’ll continue our sermon series about some of the great saints throughout church history by focusing on one of the most colorful and unlikely of all the saints. She only lived to be 19. Yet she accomplished something that no one thought possible, especially for a woman of her time. We’ll draw two […]
The coronavirus news keeps washing over us. Life is completely turned upside down. Many of us feel a lot of fear, and there are reasonable reasons to be afraid. But . . . there are also some really important spiritual principles that can help us live well even in these crazy times. Join us this Sunday to […]
What’s the greatest weakness or obstacle you face in your life right now? Maybe it seems invincible. This Sunday we’ll study a story where our ancestors in the faith faced an invincible foe, yet prevailed. The same principles that worked for them then will work for us now.
How do you see yourself? Strong, mighty, capable, precious, and valuable? Or weak, limited, unwanted, and unimportant? This Sunday, as we move out of the book of Genesis and into Exodus, we’ll study a story that challenges us to see ourselves more as God does. You’ll be amazed at what God sees in you! Join […]
Bring your Mom to church on Sunday so we can honor and celebrate her! As part of that celebration, we’ll study the story of an early Christian woman who lived so heroically, she was celebrated in a book that circulated widely in early Christian churches – a book called “The Acts of Paul and Thecla.” This is […]
LifeJourney begins a series unlike any before at LifeJourney. For the next six weeks, we’re going to explore “Lost Books of the Bible.” Each week we’ll take a different disputed book, learn its history, see what it has to say, then judge for ourselves whether God is speaking to us through it. This Sunday we […]
Sunday marks the beginning of Holy Week, culminating in Good Friday and Easter. This Sunday we’ll study the Gospel story that most scholars believe was the proverbial “straw that broke the camel’s back” – one last, great, daring act by Jesus that sealed his fate on the cross.