Let’s face it, life is full of waiting – so much so, we can’t live well until we learn to wait well. So, on Sunday we’re going to take a look at how our ancestors in the faith waited patiently for the coming of the Messiah and ask what we can learn from them about […]
This Sunday we’ll look at a Biblical quarantine story and ask what great lessons we can learn from that experience for what we’re facing today. Believe it or not, something really good could come out of this time of social distancing and sheltering at home. Supplement Sermon Links: Examples of “Habits of Grace” https://www.thegospelcoalition.org/themelios/review/habits-of-grace-enjoying-jesus-through-the-spiritual-disciplines/ https://spiritualfitclub.com/spiritual-activities-self-care-begin-today/ https://sumaiyawood.com/kick-start-your-daily-spiritual-practice/
Everybody says, “You should pray,” but nobody tells us how to do it – effectively. Everybody says, “Prayer changes things,” but nobody explains how. Would you like to understand prayer better? Join us on Sunday, as we explore what Jesus taught about prayer.
It’s a word we hate to hear. We’re impatient. Waiting makes us frustrated, sometimes even angry and resentful. Yet life constantly compels us to wait. This Sunday we’ll explore how to turn our waiting into something joyful, powerful and productive, as we explore the concept of “prayerful waiting.”
We all experience times in life when it feels like everything is crashing down around us. This week we’ll wrap up our sermon series “My Ordinary Life,” by exploring the extraordinary opportunity that life’s lows offer us. Are you experiencing some tough setbacks in life? Don’t lose hope; join us on Sunday to discover how […]