Did you know that you have a Secret Superpower? Do you know what it is? Are you actively using it? These are the questions we’ll explore on Sunday, as we continue our sermon series called “Living With Resurrection Power!” Don’t live an underpowered life! Let’s learn together!
Last Sunday we began a new sermon series called “Living With Resurrection Power!” Each week for four weeks we are exploring a different spiritual principle that’s critical to our ability to live with resurrection power. This week we’ll explore Principle No. 2. Don’t live an underpowered life! Let’s learn these principles and apply them!
Life is full of unexpected, unwelcome, and sometimes devastating interruptions. How many times has life thrown you a curve ball? How we respond in those times is critical. So that’s what we’re going to talk about on Sunday, as we conclude our sermon series on The Meaning of the Cross by exploring a fourth great lesson of […]
This Sunday we’ll continue our sermon series about some of the great saints throughout church history by focusing on one of the most colorful and unlikely of all the saints. She only lived to be 19. Yet she accomplished something that no one thought possible, especially for a woman of her time. We’ll draw two […]
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 […]
Where in your life are you experiencing scarcity? How would you finish this sentence, “I don’t have enough _______.” Not enough time? Not enough money? Not enough love? Not enough patience? This Sunday we’ll examine an epic Bible story that shows us how to transform scarcity into sufficiency.
How would you describe your core perspective on life if you had to reduce it to a single sentence? Suppose we were to ask the same question about Jesus – what was his core perspective? – then compare it to our own. That’s what we’re going to do on Sunday, as we continue our sermon […]