When you were a kid, what did “rich” mean to you? Do you consider yourself rich? By any objective measure, compared to the rest of the world, most of us are in the top 10% of wealth in the world. This Sunday we’ll take a look at God’s passion for the poor and explore how […]
The Bible contains a lot of prophecies about the future that have given rise to various theories about what the future holds. Have you ever wondered what you should believe about “end times”? Clearly earth is a mess, but where’s it all headed? Will it eventually end? If so, when and how? This Sunday we […]
Deep in their belly, ships have flood walls. If a ship springs a leak, doors can be closed that contain the flood waters to a compartment, minimizing damage. Often we live our faith like that – compartmentalizing our lives, letting God into certain areas, but not others. This Sunday we’ll explore an example of what […]
Before the fireworks start, and whatever else you have planned for Sunday July 4, don’t miss morning worship! Sunday’s sermon will explore what it really means to love our country. You might be surprised what the Bible has to say.
As we move toward Thanksgiving, we’ll continue to explore how we can grow our sense of gratitude. This week we’ll study the amazing spiritual and scientific connection between gratitude and generosity – and how these two impulses can powerfully reinforce each other. Learn something important!
The coronavirus news keeps washing over us. Life is completely turned upside down. Many of us feel a lot of fear, and there are reasonable reasons to be afraid. But . . . there are also some really important spiritual principles that can help us live well even in these crazy times. Join us this Sunday to […]
On Sunday we will continue digging deeper into the meaning of the Biblical Christmas story, exploring where the tradition of Christmas gift-giving comes from – and how that’s meant to ripple through our lives. Join us in this holy season, as we prepare our hearts for the coming of the Christ child.
Some Christians have a very pessimistic view of what the future holds for humanity and planet earth. Are they right? How should we, as people of faith, see the future? And what’s my personal role in shaping that future? This Sunday we’ll examine a famous Bible passage that suggests maybe the future can take a […]