What is God trying to accomplish in and through you in the present global crisis? With everything discombobulated, is there any rhyme or reason to your present circumstance? This Sunday Pastor Jeff will share the answer that God gave him in a dream this week – an answer drawn from one of Jesus’ least familiar […]
Who am I? Why am I here? And what am I supposed to be doing with my life? Philosophers have offered lots of different opinions. But this Sunday we’ll explore how Jesus answered those critical questions.
The mundane cycles of life can sometimes cause us to forget who we really are in the spiritual realm. This Sunday, we'll explore the realities of our spiritual heritage in Christ and refine our vision of what our divine inheritance looks like. When we gain insight into our spiritual identity and inheritance, it changes how […]
Life is full of unexpected plot twists that throw us for a loop. How we respond in those times can make all the difference. This week we’ll explore a Bible passage that offers deep insight into what to do – and not to do – when life serves up a bitter disappointment.
There’s a Christmas passage in the Bible that you’ve never heard of – probably never read – that is perhaps THE most important passage for understanding the meaning of Christmas at the deepest level. This Sunday we’ll explore that passage.
People often say, “God has a master plan, and you are part of that plan. God has a plan for your life.” And you think to yourself, “If there’s a plan for my life, I wish somebody would tell me what it is.” If you’ve ever found yourself feeling that way, this Sunday’s sermon is […]
This Sunday Pastor Jeff resumes our “Voices of Angels” sermon series. We’ll focus on the fascinating words Gabriel spoke to Mary and to Mary’s Aunt Elizabeth, exploring the profound significance of those words for YOUR LIFE NOW. It’s going to be a busy weekend; be sure to make time to worship the One whose birthday […]
If prayer is key to finding power for life, then it follows that the quality of your life will often depend on the quality of your prayers. Learning to pray effectively is critical. On Sunday, we’ll study a famous encounter between Abram and God and, in the process, learn four vital lessons for praying well.
This Sunday we begin a new sermon series called “Difficult Questions of Faith.” In this series, we will pull no punches, boldly exploring the most perplexing questions of faith, starting this Sunday with two key questions: Is my life predetermined by God’s plan or subject to the vicissitudes of free will and randomness? How involved is God in […]