We don’t often think about generosity and contentment as being related to one another, but in Philippians chapter 4, the Apostle Paul talks about contentment within the context of generous giving. Join us as we dig into Philippians 4:10-19 and how Paul’s message to the early church in Philippi powerfully speaks to us today.
Rachel Corbetta shares her personal testimony, encouraging us to faithfully follow Jesus and boldly share Him with others.
God reached out to the unlikely shepherds and magi to share the good news of Jesus’ birth and to invite them to come and see Him for themselves. They responded by passionately pursuing Jesus for themselves and praised God as a result. Today, 2,000 years later, God is still calling those who are far off…
We all face fear. The question is, will we allow it to grow or to choke out our faith?
We often think of Peter as the great apostolic leader, preacher, and biblical author. This, however, is not who Peter was when Jesus called him to come and follow Him. When we chronically look at the life and ministry of Peter in the gospels and Acts, we see a radically changed Peter whom Jesus transformed…
Every organization has a mission and a purpose for why they exist and what they seek to accomplish. But what about the local church? Join us as we discuss the purpose, mission, vision, strategy, and core values of our local church, and why it all matters.
God has a purpose and a plan for our lives, and He calls us to pursue Him and His purposes above our own. This week we hear from Carson, our special guest speaker, who has just returned from a short-term mission trip to Slovakia.
One of the most powerful discipleship tools one can have is a living example of what it looks like to faithfully follow Jesus.
The God of all creation has invited us to join Him on His mission as active participants. He has called us to invest in His Kingdom, not because of what He wants from us, but because of what He wants for us.
Jesus gives us a powerful example to follow and to live out in The Lord’s Prayer. The words are well known, but are they well understood and practiced? Join us for this verse-by-verse look at Matthew’s narration of this powerful prayer.