You've heard people say it before, "Just leave it in God's hands." But that's easier said than done. This Sunday we'll grapple with how we can do better at genuinely leaving our fears and worries in God's hands. Sunday's service will also include extra special music as we celebrate Black History Month. Don't miss this […]
This Sunday marks the beginning of Advent, the official start of the Christmas season. Christmas is supposed to be full of joy and celebration, but the truth is, even during the holidays, we all face obstacles that feel as heavy as the stone that sealed Jesus' grave. On Sunday, we'll reflect on how to navigate those obstacles.
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 […]
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 […]
It can be hard to find contentment in our lives. We’re overwhelmed, overloaded, and exhausted by what happens in everyday life. We want more time, but only to “catch up” on what we’re already doing — rushing, planning, worrying, and rushing some more. Everything can suffer. Contentment and joy evaporate. How do we get some […]
This week we continue our sermon series based on Brené Brown’s bestselling book The Gifts of Imperfection by exploring Guidepost No. 4 – Cultivating joy and gratitude . . . by letting go of fear. We’ll learn about the single most important thing – according to Brown’s research and the Bible – that anyone can do to cultivate a “good […]
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!