Many people have different perceptions of who God is. The most important question, however, is who has God revealed Himself to be? He has given us His inspired Word and also revealed Himself to us in His creation. Join us for this important discussion to better understand Who God is and why this question matters…
The doctrine of the Trinity is one of the most perplexing aspects of the Christian faith. This morning we look at what this belief is, how it is rooted in scripture, and why it matters.
God created mankind with innate value, worth, and dignity by making us in His image. This gives immense value and worth irrespective of our race, age, socioeconomic status, education, or gender. This necessarily impacts how we see and treat ourselves and others.
How can a good, holy, perfect, all-powerful, and all-knowing God create a world which is so broken, painful, and filled with injustice and evil? The answer lies in the freewill of man, sin, and the fall of mankind.
All have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God. How then is a loving, yet perfect, holy and just God to respond to man’s sin? The answer is at the cross, where God’s love, holiness, and justice come together to rescue and redeem mankind by grace, through faith in Jesus.
We all wrestle with the questions, “Is this life all that there is?” and, “Does my life on this earth truly matter in the grand scheme of all eternity?” Scripture powerfully addresses these questions and more, while also giving us an urgency in our response.
We all have a source of authority in our lives that guides and directs us. Is it truly reliable, dependable, true and good? This morning we look at what makes the Bible uniquely powerful, dependable, and objectively true and good, as God’s Inspired Word.
The institution of marriage has been questioned, challenged, and redefined in our culture. It has become a controversial topic of discussion that deeply impacts our lives, our homes, and our society. In this message, we look at what the Bible says about marriage, gender identity, and sexuality, and why all of this matters to God.
God has called and equipped His people to reflect His holy character, His truth, and His love. We are called not merely to belief, but to faithfully living lives that please God and that shine His light into the world around us.
God has designed, gifted, and called His Church to be diverse and unified.
It’s easy over time to take for granted and to lose sight of why we do some of the things that we do in church. However, God has not called us to empty actions, devoid of meaning. He wants our hearts and our devotion, not empty practices only for the sake of tradition. For this…
What is Baptism? What does it mean and why do we practice it? This morning we take a deep dive into this Christian ordinance to better understand its origin, meaning, and purpose.
Jesus not only taught His disciples to humbly serve, putting others first, but He also exemplified servanthood as He humbly washed their feet and laid His life down on their behalf. In serving the Servant King, Jesus, we are likewise called to be humble servants.
Jesus is the fulfillment of God’s promises to His people. All of the Old Testament points forward to Jesus, while the New Testament points back to show how Jesus fulfills the Old Testament prophecies and promises. There can be only one king in your heart & life. The question is, who sits on your throne?
Jesus promised to return when we least expect it. We can get so caught up in trying to figure out all of the details and timing of the end that we lose sight of Jesus’ command to always be prepared.