January 13, 2020
What if one of the main reasons we disagree with scripture is because we’re reading it through the wrong lens? This week let’s discuss the many lenses we use to read scripture and examine some new ideas to challenge our experience with scripture.
January 3, 2020
Everything comes to an end. Why not be intentional about how we finish?
January 2, 2020
What are you pursuing? The Wise Men were pursuing knowledge and found Jesus. The shepherds were pursuing a living for their families and found Jesus. Is what you’re pursuing leading you to Jesus? This week we’ll discuss how journeying into the unfamiliar can lead us directly to Christ.
December 16, 2019
So much about Jesus’ birth is a mystery. The events of His birth are truly difficult to imagine. And yet, His birth brought about victory over sin, death, hell, and the grave. Join us this weekend as we unpack the mystery of the birth of Jesus and what that means for us today.
December 9, 2019
Everything about Jesus’ birth was unexpected. He arrives on the scene as a way to teach us that even in the midst of the unexpected, He brings hope.
December 2, 2019
For many of us, every year the Christmas season begins it’s the most wonderful time of the year – but as the month carries on and the stresses of the season take center stage, we tend to lose our sense of wonder. Let’s unpack how when Jesus enters into our broken world He restores and recaptures the beauty of our lives.
November 25, 2019
Tucked amidst the many books that make up the Bible are a few texts that are only one chapter long. These short books pack in a lot of wisdom for all of us. Join us this week as we look at the one chapter book of Jude and learn about the big call to help those who are far from God.
November 18, 2019
Tucked amidst the many books that make up the Bible are a few texts that are only one chapter long. These short books pack in a lot of wisdom for all of us. Join us this week as we look at the one chapter book of 3 John and learn about the big call to avoid gossip.
November 11, 2019
Often times when people think of the army of God they think of how soldiers fight. But what is interesting is that is not what we say when we see a soldier in public. We don’t say “thanks for fighting for us.” Instead, we say “Thank you for your service”. Join us this week as we wrap up the book of Ephesians, looking at chapter 6, and learning what it is to be a servant in the Lord’s army.