Did you know that you have a Secret Superpower? Do you know what it is? Are you actively using it? These are the questions we’ll explore on Sunday, as we continue our sermon series called “Living With Resurrection Power!” Don’t live an underpowered life! Let’s learn together!
This Sunday we begin a new sermon series called “Songs of Our Heart.” In this series, we’ll study the songs sung by our ancestors in faith in the Old Testament book of Psalms and discover that their hopes, dreams, fears, and anxieties are very similar to ours. From them, we will learn how to better […]
For the religious right, transgender people are one of the biggest “issues” right now. Many churches rail against them. Not LifeJourney. We believe transgender people are a beautiful part of the diversity of God’s creation. Join us on Sunday as we explore the Biblical case for spiritual equality for trans and nonbinary people.
On Sunday, we’ll study a third thought-provoking story from the Life of Jacob. It’s a perfect story for Mother’s Day because it will challenge us to consider: How have the words of your mother, father, and other key influencers shaped you? And how are your own words now shaping those around you and even yourself? […]
This week our new Family Life Pastor, Rev. Tandy Adams, will tell us a little bit about herself, then talk to us about the Biblical concept of “imago dei” and what that means for our everyday lives. Learn something important, even as we get acquainted with our newest pastor!
On Sunday Pastor Jeff will wrap up our Faith & Science sermon series inspired by Dr. Francis Collins’ best-selling book “The Language of God.” This week we’ll explore how a Gospel story, coupled with two powerful experiences from Dr. Collins’ life in science, can help us find God’s will in our life. If you want […]
As we continue our faith and science sermon series, this Sunday we’ll take a look at the debate between those who believe God created human life on a single day versus those who believe God created through the process of evolution. We’ll explore what’s at stake in this debate, but then move beyond it to […]