This Sunday, November 1st, is All Saints Day. We’ll wrap up our sermon series on saints by celebrating everyday saints that we encounter in our own lives. We’ll explore the common traits that most saintly people share and, in the process, learn how we can come closer to living into their example.
Would it surprise you that Christians do not agree on the answers to those questions? This Sunday we’ll explore several differences of interpretation, evaluate them, stretch our imagination, and in the process learn two powerful practical lessons for how we should live right now.
Have you ever known someone who exuded peace and joy even during life’s toughest times? How is that possible? This Sunday we’ll explore the Biblical formula for experiencing a peace and joy that defies life’s ups and downs. As we do so, we’ll draw on stories from the lives of some amazing women of faith, […]
Ok, so maybe you chuckled at the title. But this is serious. All the anxious talk about coronavirus can be disorienting. So much uncertainty. If Jesus were here right now, what would he say to us? Join us on Sunday for something practical that will actually lift you up and help you find the right […]
Once there was a man who felt called to do something really important in life. He threw himself into it with passion and accomplished something great! But then his life's work was destroyed. What did he do next? Join us on Sunday to find out -- and in the process, learn a very important lesson […]
Fear plays a big part in our lives – fear of living and fear of dying. This Sunday we’ll explore an epic Old Testament Scripture that invites us to develop a more confident, hopeful view of both life and death. Join us to learn something important about yourself and about God.
Moment by moment, something ominous is happening to each and every one of us – we’re getting older. Yet we never talk about it! This Sunday we will. We’ll ask why God thought it was a good idea to place us in a reality where aging is pervasive, taking our key clue from something Jesus […]
Imagine how much better your life would be if you figured out how to overcome worry. This Sunday we’ll explore an epic Bible passage where Jesus offers a four-part formula for doing just that. Stop worrying and come to church on Sunday!