Does God care about your work? Absolutely! In fact, our work plays a huge part in how we worship. Join us for part 3 of our series, "Thank God it's Monday," as we explore this relationship between our labor and our devotion.
Work is good. It may not always feel that way, but ever since the beginning, work has been a necessary and integral part of our lives. Part 2 of our sermon series, "Thank God it's Monday," talking about God's intentions for work in our lives.
Work, separate from God, is meaningless and toilsome, but when we realize that God cares about every aspect of life, and every aspect finds greatest meaning and fulfillment when God is a part of it, we come to see that God cares about our work and that it means most when we include Him.
The Gospel is more than a story of forgiveness. It is the truth of how God is making all things new, and we get to be a part of it. That truth has the potential to change how we understand ourselves and the world around us.
Have you ever asked yourself, "Is this it?" Maybe life isn't bad, but it may not seem great either. God intends for life to be better than, "okay." A greater life is possible when we pursue someone greater than ourselves.
Easter Sunday is day when millions of people around the globe celebrate the resurrection of Jesus from the dead. It’s a wild, unbelievable claim, but what if it’s true? Can we really believe this, and what does that mean for us? Join us this Sunday for the celebration!
What does fellowship really mean? Is it just potlucks and warm words, or is there more to it? Join us this Sunday for the conclusion of our series, "Together," as we learn what real biblical fellowship consists of.
Join us this Sunday as we begin a new sermon series called, “Family Friction.” The holidays are often a season of stress. Few things stoke the fires of frustration quite like family issues, but God’s grace can go a long way in helping us survive hard holidays.
September 16, 2018
God's love is for every person, everywhere, without exception. A love that big can be challenging and uncomfortable, but it also can teach us to love so much deeper. Join us this Sunday as we encounter this bold love in our series, "Love Does."
Love Does - Week 2
What has been your biggest failure, and what did you learn from it? Join us this week as we continue our series, "Love Does," and learn how God can turn our failures into more important successes.
Love Does - Week 1
Loving people isn't always a clean and tidy endeavor. Sometimes it can get messy, and that's okay. Join us this week as we kick off a brand new sermon series, "Love Does." Don't miss out!