Often in the church we talk about being redeemed and set free by Christ but what does that freedom exactly look like? How come in our daily lives it often doesn’t seem like we actually are free?
What does it means to be adopted by God and what does that mean to us? This Sunday we will unpack all of this, and learn why it is so important to God as we continue to explore our Gospel Identity.
Do you remember, at school, when two captains were picked and they took turns choosing who was on their team? Do you remember when you were picked and why? What does God have to say about who you are?
Easter comes again this year and there’s all sorts of celebration. But while we celebrate the resurrection, feast around good food and sweets, many wonder today, “What difference does Easter make?” How is Christ the Living Hope?
If you’ve ever been to the movies, you have probably seen that green screen with the preview of a new movie coming out. Palm Sunday is a preview of coming attractions with a message for each of us who will listen.
Just like the musical connections we can find between scales and chords, there are connections to theology in some worship songs if you’re looking for it. Join us as we explore our theme song for Easter by learning the theology behind this great song.
As you think about your own life, let’s listen to a man who anticipated death with a clear conscience and a full heart in, “Making Your Life Count Today”.
Jesus uses three stories of lost things found to help us understand what matters most. Join us this Sunday to see how God wants to make sure we have His priorities.
Most of us agree that mentoring and discipling those who are younger than us is a good thing. Even though we value mentorship, often we lack older people speaking into our own lives, and lack having younger people in our lives that we are helping become greater disciples of Christ. How do we combat this plus the lies from our culture and from Satan?
In our life, we have a handful of milestones; events that we forever remember and are forever a part of our life. For the Christian, one of those milestones is the moment they accept the free gift of God’s grace by putting their faith in Jesus Christ. That moment when you put your faith in Jesus Christ begins a process of sanctification that includes 3 different phases.
Many of us don’t think of getting rewarded for praying, but that’s exactly what Jesus was saying to those who came to listen to Him as he shared the Sermon on the Mount. As a matter of fact, reward is a recurring theme in that sermon. But, there is way of praying that God rewards. How do we pray that way?
We are living in the information age and being overrun with all the stories, truths, opinions, lies, data, and material that comes to us every day. How do we navigate this sea of information that threatens to drown us? How do we help the generation to follow the way they need to go?
We, as disciples of Christ are mandated to share our faith to this next generation. Join me as we look at a Psalm that had this very truth in mind.
Every family has certain times that are special to them, certain ways of doing things, specific words and names they use with one another. If you are part of the family of God, isn’t there a certain way we should speak, act, and things we should celebrate?
With more and more young people leaving the church and a growing sense of our society seeing the church as irrelevant and hypocritical, what difference does the church really make? What is God’s purpose for His church today?