For many of us there is an invisible wall between what we consider the spiritual part of our lives and the mundane or secular part of our lives. Our work does not fall into the category of "spiritual." Our work is holy because we have been made holy. God's presence is with us in our work in the same way His presence is with us in our worship. In fact, our work is an extension of our worship! If this is true, how does it change our view of work? Join us as we answer that question in our new series called Getting Back to Work.
We dive into a new series called For Better or Worse. As we explore ways to strengthen our marriage relationships in this series, we will consistently find parallels to strengthening our relationship to God. I hope you'll commit to hear every message in this series. God's Word will equip us "for better and for worse" in our relationships.
We begin a new series called What's Love Got To Do With It. In his letter to the churches Pastor John has two primary images that serve as focal points: Light and Love. It is a unique gift when an author or speaker can evoke images in us that spark transformation and action. We are looking forward to diving in to this new series with its images that promise to both haunt and inspire! We hope you join us.
The problem of human suffering is one of the greatest barriers to faith. Many of you cannot believe in a God who would sit by and allow so much pain and suffering. Allow it He does, but "sit by" He does not. The story of Job reveals a God who is intimately bound up with humanity. God loves Job.
Gather with your friends or family and join us every week for a time of worship and message from God's word!
The overarching series for 2020 is Seeking to See. We are seeking a deeper understanding of the Bible as we move throughout the year. The sub-theme for the coming weeks is: Top Ten Characters. We begin with Adam and Eve.
In this new series called: Daniel: Unbreakable/Unshakable, we will discover that there is more at stake than just the shaping of young minds. God is positioning Daniel and his friends to accomplish His purposes even while they are in captivity. It seems unusual that God would choose to keep using His people in exile. He often uses His people most powerfully when they are most powerless. All God's plans for Daniel hinge on Daniel's ability to resist the forces that would shut him off from God. You're going to like this story!
We are launching a new series this Sunday called, LAVISH. We will look at some of the stories Jesus told as recorded by Luke. We will find that Luke calls us to a radical generosity in the way we live our lives.