Each Sunday in December, we are focusing on a specific aspect reflected in the birth of King Jesus—hope, peace, joy, and love. Our prayer is that as you turn your eyes to the coming Savior this Christmas season, your hearts will be transformed as you remember the birth of the King who came to save us.
Do you ever find yourself wondering where you fit in this world? How about where you fit in your family, workplace, or friend group? Do you ever feel like you aren’t that valuable or you could easily be replaced? When it comes to church, do you feel like just another face in the crowd? Sometimes […]
Would our church or community feel the difference if you left the area? Do you think you are leaving an eternal impact on the people around you? These questions are questions of value and worth. As followers of Jesus, we can often make decisions to minimize our value and worth in this life without even knowing […]
If you look back on the last four weeks of your life, would you say that time was characterized by joy? What about the last six months? A year? At the deepest level of our souls is a yearning for true, lasting, constant joy. However, often joy only comes in seasons and is based on specific circumstances. Listen […]
The world turned upside down after the Resurrection. There was a new found hope and mission given to the early believers. The Resurrection was the foundation for this change. Our new sermon series examines the influence of the resurrection on the early church and individual people within the church. It is designed to allow the […]
More and more our culture seems to be moving away from a biblical worldview. Understanding what a godly response in these difficult times can be challenging for the believer. Our definition of godliness can help us or it can be toxic to us personally as well as Christianity as a whole. Sunday morning we will […]
Have you ever been guilty of something and gotten away with it? Typically when that happens, we feel pretty lucky that we didn’t have to face the consequences of our actions. Some might define the term of justification as getting away with sin, but this Sunday morning we will see that justification has a lot […]