Samson is one of the most puzzling “heroes” in the Bible. He was full of flaws, yet also chosen and called by God. As we explore Samson’s story, we’ll wrestle with this big question: Can you have faith and not be faithful?
Jesus’ resurrection is the most spectacular event in the history of time. This Sunday we’ll talk about the meaning of the resurrection and identify the secret ingredient that catalyzes resurrection power in our personal lives. Join us for our Easter Worship!
On Sunday we launch a new sermon series on the New Testament book of Second Corinthians. Second Corinthians is all about everyday challenges we face in life and faith, starting with the challenge posed by all of life’s hardship. When it feels like life is crushing us, how should we respond? That’s our subject this […]
Do you ever say to yourself: What’s wrong with me? Why do I always do that? When will I ever learn? I’m not good enough! I don’t deserve to be a child of God! And the list goes on and on. Sometimes we feel like a failure and the pain is profound. I wonder what […]
Are you ready for the New Year? Is your attitude and outlook where you want it to be? Sunday’s sermon will challenge us to make a conscious attitude adjustment that will lift us out of a defensive crouch and put us on the offensive. Let’s tune ourselves up and get ready to march into the […]
We all live with a keen sense of our failures. Time and again, we mess up. How does a healthy spiritual person address that? This Sunday we’ll explore a three-fold pattern of wholeness embedded in the Old Testament and reflected in the highest holy day on the Jewish calendar – Yom Kippur. Join us Sunday […]
The title of Sunday’s sermon may surprise you. Jesus fail? How could Jesus ever fail? But according to the Bible, there was one time he did. You’ve probably never even heard the story, yet it’s critically important. So this Sunday we’ll explore the one time Jesus failed – and what we’re supposed to learn from […]
This Sunday we will explore a great Old Testament story that is one of the weirdest in the Bible, yet offers profound insight about God. Specifically, we’re going to learn the one thing that God cannot do. (And it’s not what you think.) Join us as we solve the mystery.
Have you ever messed something up so bad that you feel like throwing your hands up and quitting? Do you ever get so down on yourself you wonder how God could use you for anything, let alone something really important? If so, Sunday’s sermon is for you. Come and be encouraged.
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
Have you ever found yourself in a place where if felt like God might be calling you to do something a little crazy, and you weren’t sure how to respond? This week’s Bible story will offer us insights into situations like that, as we continue exploring epic stories in the book of Genesis.
The Easter miracle was not meant to be a one-time occurrence. The same power that raised Jesus from the dead was replicated in the lives of Jesus’ original disciples – and can still be replicated in us. This Sunday we’ll explore what the original disciples did to access resurrection power in their everyday lives – and how […]