The Bible is full of miracles. In our own time, we often hear stories of miracles. What should we make of all this? Should we believe in miracles? And if so, how do we get them? Join us on Sunday for the conclusion of our sermon series on Second Corinthians and grapple with what the […]
The Gospel of Mark tells a fascinating story of a woman who had been sick for 12 years who dared to touch Jesus – illegally. She broke the rules and broke boundaries, but she was healed. This Sunday, a special guest speaker, Lynnette Pullen Bradford, will bless us with powerful practical insights from this remarkable […]
As election results come in, it looks like a split decision – divided government – a nation divided down the middle. Across the spectrum, people are feeling anxious, frustrated, and even angry. What now? On Sunday we’ll look at three key spiritual principles that can ground us and guide us in times like these. Join […]
It's a powerful, primal, scary word that lies at the center of so much of what's wrong with our world -- and what can go wrong inside each of us. What is it about yourself that you "hate"? What is it about others that tempts you to lash out in a rage of venomous thoughts […]
There’s nothing more scarce in our modern world than stillness. Life sweeps us along in a storm of sound and fury. We get so busy, we sometimes don’t even know who we are – and might even be afraid to get to know who we are. This week we’ll explore Brené Brown’s Guidepost No. 8 […]
As we continue our quest to experience Jesus at a deeper level, this Sunday we’ll explore Jesus as healer. What was it that made Jesus a healer? How can we become healers? Join us Sunday to find out!
Have you ever thought about how your formative experiences with your parents affect how you relate to God in the here and now? This Sunday, we’ll think deeply about that question. We’ll explore a prominent model for how parenting shapes our way of relating to those around us, including God – then compare that model to […]
Guest speaker, Whittney Murphy, tells a chilling story in the book of Genesis about a time Abraham almost sacrificed his son on Mt. Moriah as a burnt offering. Often the story is discussed from Abraham’s perspective. But this Sunday we’ll look at the story from Isaac’s perspective. We’ll explore how much this experience must have […]