Your identity is not wrapped up in your job, your skin color, or where you were born - it is wrapped up in our Lord! We serve shoulder to shoulder in a common mission to share the love of Jesus with everyone. Come and hear what God has to say about OUR identity.
There have been amazing people in your life that have shaped and molded you into who you are today. Have you ever stopped to think that YOU are one way that God is molding and shaping others? This series explores how you can have a LEGACY - a life of faithfulness - that serves to bless others!
The Way of Jesus our series exploring discipleship. The meaning of the word 'disciple' is not derived primarily from its root meaning or etymology but from its widespread usage in the ancient world. Disciples are found in the world outside of the Bible. For example among the ancient Greek philosophers, disciples learned by imitating the teacher’s entire way of life and not just by remembering the spoken words of the teacher.
Everything has a beginning. Every person, every idea, every journey starts somewhere. What about Faith? Perhaps you have been on the journey for a long time, have stepped away for a while or just want to explore more about Jesus? You're invited to join us as we have a conversation about faith.
As we begin our Lenten journey this year, we turn to the story of our Lord’s suffering, death, and resurrection. Every good story must have an arch villain, and Judas certainly qualifies. Judas, however, was not the only one who was drawn into these world-changing events. Some were central to what was happening. At least one was surprised by his involvement. Some were intimately involved with each other. Others had no knowledge of the others existence, yet all were gathered into the story by the cross.
God has equipped each of us with unique gifts that enable us to serve Him and those around us in incredible ways. Learn how God has called us to mission in our homes, communities, and around the world!
We Christians are called to watch, to pray, and to live each moment as if the Lord’s return is imminent. But we are also called to use our time wisely in the service of our Lord. It could be that the Lord has delayed his return to give the people of this world ample time to turn to him, and to give us ample time to ensure that they are aware of the gift that God gave us on that first Christmas. God waited several thousand years until the time was right for that first Christmas. Wouldn’t it be interesting if God were waiting on us, waiting for us to do the things necessary, like he waited on Romans and Greeks to do their thing, before embarking on his next very public entry into our world. Christmas is indeed coming, and through it God is coming to us. Let us prepare the way of the Lord!