It was two hugs that made the national news. What would cause the brother of a slain man and a District Court Judge to hug a condemned murderer? Join us this Sunday as we look at Romans 3 in “Getting Right With God.”
Excuses. We all make them whether it’s about the mess we left behind, why we were late for work or class, or the things we say to get out of a ticket or trouble. But do we have any good excuses when God is the One we are talking to? Join us this Sunday as we face the sobering reality of being in the courtroom with God as our judge.
There are so many things people have done in the name of religion to get right with God. How about you? Are you religious? Join us as we look at what it means to get right with God.
Ever jump to the wrong conclusion about someone? Ever find yourself passing judgement on others? Of course you have! This Sunday, let’s take a closer look at this common sin in our lives in, “Judging Others.”
God’s revelation for us today is the Bible which clearly speaks to us about belief and unbelief. If we choose not to believe God are there really consequences?
We all know the importance of making a good first impression whether it’s a first date, job interview, or meeting that first day of school. But, did you ever think that making a good first impression could be a matter of life and death? This Sunday we will see just how important it is to make good, “First Impressions.”
There are many compelling reasons to be a part of a Small Group but the Bible gives some really important insight into the value of relationships and community. Hear those insights and discover for yourself why Small Groups are important.
Many of us thank God for creating amazing things in nature such as colorful sunsets, beautiful flowers, and cute little bunny rabbits. God made all these things (and everything else) to help us grasp some more profound and meaningful concepts that go beyond “warm and fuzzy.”
The Holy Spirit was producing fruit in the lives of the early church in Acts. By looking at the early church, we will be able to see how God’s Spirit can still work in our church community today.
Self-control is a hard thing whether you’re a child or an adult, but the Holy Spirit gives us the ability to display self-control. Join us Sunday to hear what God has to say about self-control and putting Christ first.
Gentleness is a part of the Fruit of the Spirit, but what does it actually mean to be gentle? Is it stepping around on eggshells? Is it a weakness in battle? This morning we will look at the different contexts of gentleness in Scripture and how we can apply this very well exemplified fruit to our daily lives.
God is faithful and calls us to be faithful, but it doesn’t have to be in the big things or the world-changing glamorous things. God calls us to be faithful even in the little things.
Some movies have heroes that give great examples of what it looks like to fight for and defend what is good, but the Bible gives us an ultimate example of goodness by looking at the character of God. Join us as we explore God’s example of ultimate goodness and how we as Christians are called toward goodness.
God gave us the ultimate example of kindness and then calls us to show kindness to others. What does it look like to show kindness and who are we supposed to be showing kindness to? What does God’s Word say to us about what this kindness looks like and are we putting it into practice?
Patience…it’s something we all need more of, don’t we? One of the most terrible four letter words for us is spelled W-A-I-T. If Patience is part of the Fruit of the Spirit, how do we as Christians become more patient?