Again and again the Bible tells us to forgive. We tend to think forgiving is for the benefit of the offending person and find ourselves thinking, “Why should I let them off the hook? They’re not even sorry.” Actually, forgiving is not about the offender. It’s about our own quality of life and our impact […]
Join us for our Easter Sunday celebration as we dig deep into Jesus’ resurrection encounter with Simon Peter and draw from it a powerful two-part formula for how we, like Christ, can rise from our deepest pain. Because as followers of Jesus, Easter is not just a miracle that took place 2000 years ago; it’s […]
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.
Does your brain ever get stuck in negative feedback loops? Is there a recurring negative thought that bedevils you? You don’t have to stand for it. This week we conclude our “Getting Myself Together” sermon series by studying a passage of Scripture that tells us how to destroy negative thought patterns.
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 […]
This Sunday – Palm Sunday – marks the beginning of Holy Week! You may be tempted to think, “So what? I already know the story.” No you don’t. You may think you do because you’ve heard it a million times. But what if all this time there has been a REALLY IMPORTANT aspect to the story of Jesus’ […]
Start off the New Year right by setting aside time this Sunday to reflect. As we continue our “Voices of Angels” sermon series, we’ll take two searching questions the angel of the Lord asked Hagar and apply them to ourselves, as a way of assessing where we are in life and how we’re doing.