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It is impossible these days to turn on the news without hearing reports about how poorly the nation’s economy is doing. There is good news, though, for those who look to Jesus for answers. Jesus offers more wisdom and has more to say about money than any other subject besides the “Kingdom of God.” He talked more about money than he did Heaven and Hell combined. Eleven of the 39 parables He tells are about finances. The core mission of Jesus was love, acceptance and forgiveness but now, more than ever, we can appreciate why He spent so much time talking about money. Thankfully, unlike the news, His words are clear. Winning principles are there to not only be read, but utilized as well.
The story of Christmas is the story of the messiah – prophecies of old retold generation to generation. Year after year, the Jewish people spoke, memorized, and sang about the coming messiah. Can you see the eyes of children light up with wonder as they hear the words of Isaiah, Jeremiah, and David?
As the world grows more connected, our neighbors are closer than ever. You might not share a fence, but you can still share their burdens and joys. Far away places are also closer than ever. In this five week series, we’ll focus on different aspects of how to build relationships with our neighbors— local and global— and how to do good in the context of those relationships.
The Hustle: Why More is Never Enough
We’ve been tricked! We’ve believed lies. Lies like: the more security you have the safer you are, successful people are stressed out and busy, more money brings happiness, that we don’t have enough time, and that we can always start fresh tomorrow … the list goes on. Believing these lies? That’s how the hustle will get ya.
One of the after effects of the viral church was conflict, persecution, division and confusion. We’ll take a look at these effects of the church and see how we can apply scripture’s stories in real life today. Because, in case you haven’t noticed, we also face conflict, persecution, division, and confusion.
Astonishing. Fascinating. Out of control. Unprecedented. This is exactly how the news spread about the first church. People couldn’t get enough of it. The birth of the church attracted all the right people— and all the wrong people. Ok, mostly the wrong people. There was no shortage of bizarre, but also an incredible connection among them all. We’re taking this summer to dive deep into their lives, to see what God did among them and how they reacted. After all, God is still doing mind-blowing things when we get out of His way.
For thousands of years, women’s voices, spirituality, and leadership have sustained and guided families and communities. Their commitment and witness, woven together through sometimes-forgotten stories, continue to enrich the fabric of society.
The story of Elisha challenges us to answer God’s calling and take the risks that are necessary to do His will. Come see what life can look like when we let go…when we decide to have Ridiculous Faith.
Join us every day this week as we observe Holy Week leading up to Resurrection Sunday – starting March 28, 2021, our staff will share in scripture and prayer, reminding us what this week is all about and why it is so important.
When we intentionally draw closer to Him, things happen- so, in this series, we’re gonna do just that. Let’s do what we can to be Closer to Him.
Whether you’re married, single, or struggling in a relationship, we all have questions. Get real-life answers for real-life relationships as we have some unfiltered conversations.
What is our purpose as the church? What does it mean to be a follower of Christ in the 21st century? Join us as we reflect on our fundamental beliefs and why we are here.
Hope! We all need it. In 2020, some of us have lost it. Without hope, we give in to despair. You can see it on faces, hear it in voices. Have you given up hope?
For most of us, our faith is tested in crisis. Our new series through the book of James, a letter that serves as a how-to manual for the Christian life.
Some common phrases are so well-known that they almost sound like Scripture. But God’s wisdom is so much deeper and wider than tired, predictable clichés.