Those are some of the worst words in the English language. You know the feeling. You got caught or you catch somebody “in the very act.” You have them dead to rights, or they’ve got you dead to rights. What now? What happens next is CRITICAL to both the offender and the offended. That’s what […]
Jesus says, “Judge not.” But that’s easier said than done. The urge to judge others severely is so strong it often feels overwhelming. It’s hard to stop even when it poisons our soul. This Sunday we’ll explore several spiritual principles that can help us to finally lay down the heavy burden of judging others.
Shelly Fitzgerald was serving faithfully as a Guidance Counselor at Roncalli Catholic High School when, out of the blue, she was attacked for marrying a woman, terminated, and thrust into a national spotlight. She has responded by becoming a bold public advocate for change in the Church and beyond. This Sunday, Shelly will share some […]
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 Pastor Jeff is going to share insights for how we can build beautiful lifetime relationships, drawing on the teachings of Genesis 2 and two recent best-selling books, “Wedding Toasts I’ll Never Give” (Ada Calhoun) and “The First Love Story” (Bruce Feiler). This may be the most important sermon you’ll ever hear about building […]
Do you know why grace is so amazing? It's more than a pretty name or the time the bank gives you when your mortgage is late. Join us on Sunday to find out why grace is the greatest blessing of all.
This Sunday we will study what is, arguably, the most important chapter in the Bible – a chapter that tries to capture in words what we saw acted out in the life and death of Jesus, so we can understand it and internalize it with amazing results. This will be the second installment in our […]
If each of us could give Jesus a gift on Christmas (for his birthday), what do you think He might want? That’s the question we’ll explore this Sunday – Christmas Day – as we celebrate the birth of Jesus. Both worship services will be at their usual time, but briefer than usual. Both will also […]
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 […]