He is Risen! On this Easter morning we celebrate the freedom that the resurrection brings.
It’s no surprise that Jesus used lots of questions to teach his disciples - and us! What questions do you have for God? What questions are people asking today? Are we prepared to answer? How can we answer those questions with discernment and truth, and without judgment? Some guest panels will help us with some tough topics like religion, Christianity, heaven, and spirituality, and discuss topics like stress, why life is hard, and the Christian view of sexuality. The goal is truly to help us be prepared to share the hope we have in Christ and be ready to explain this hope with gentleness and respect.
During Lent we will be observing conversations that could have taken place around the cross.
We use a very unusual symbol to identify us as Christians – the cross. We take a deeper look at the significance of the cross and find a message of hope, joy, and peace.
Join us as we look at seven churches mentioned in the book of Revelation. Through these churches, we will learn how to get ready to encounter Jesus and His amazing Gospel.
Join us this Christmas season, as we explore the Colors of Christmas and how Jesus - the Reason for this Season - truly is the answer to all we experience.
We are moving into year three of our Beyond Blessed journey. Let’s discover the benefits and blessings in turning back to God with hearts that are hungry to Bless the Lord.
In a world where "truth is relative", these truths from God's Word create a foundation for everything a disciple of Christ does.
We will take a hard look at everything under the sun to find meaning through this book of the Bible.
Once you believe in forever and live with it in view, you will understand things you never did before and live in a radically different way.
As we prepare for Easter, we celebrate Palm Sunday, Maundy Thursday, and Good Friday during Holy Week.
Jesus says some things about being His follower that are difficult to understand.
Are we clinging to part of God’s creation or to the Christ who truly strengthens and offers the extraordinary life?