Parents, we want to help your kids follow Jesus no matter what day of the week it is. Mid-week Faith Kids videos will walk alongside Quick Connect devotions for adults. Watch for new content each Wednesday on Faith Kids Facebook page.
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.
He is Risen! On this Easter morning we celebrate the freedom that the resurrection brings.
This service will highlight the spiritual battle waged against Jesus by Satan as He hung on the cross. Parents, this service may be intense for kids under 10, so please use your discretion.
Faith Early Center Childhood’s Jesus Time is online. Check back for new content each Monday that’s fun for preschool kids and grade school age siblings.
Palm Sunday marks the time Jesus rode into Jerusalem for the last time with shouts of praises offered to a king. What kind of king would He be? What kind of king can He be for us today?
Faith Students leaders provide resources for your middle and high schoolers to stay connected and worship. New content is available each Sunday.
Faith Kids leaders provide resources for kids to stay connected and have fun worshipping and learning about Jesus. Check back for new Faith Kids content each Sunday.
Life. Who doesn’t want to experience a life that is filled with meaning, joy, happiness, significance, and fulfillment? Jesus told us He came that we might have life, and have it to the full” (John 10:10).
“How come God doesn’t speak anymore?” It’s a question that is asked so often when people read scripture or hear of many people recording in the Bible having a conversation with God and hearing His audible voice. But is that the right question to ask?