Sun, Sep 5th
At one point or another, pretty much all of us have experienced despair over the last 18 months. Whether it be loneliness, loss, frustration, or that one virus that everyone keeps talking about, we have had times when we wondered where God's movement was taking place...or if there was movement at all.
Sun, Aug 22nd
Sometimes it's hard to receive and give forgiveness. We study and reflect on the Lord's Prayer to change our prayer lives to make them more consistent with the character of God. It can be hard to forgive people who don't deserve it. Yet, Jesus teaches that our own forgiveness from God depends on our forgiving others.
Sun, Aug 15th
"Give us this day our daily bread." A line that simply asks for God to provide for us, or is there a deeper meaning? What does He mean by daily bread? As we take a deeper look into the Lord's Prayer we will attempt to find the answers to these very impactful questions.
Sun, Jul 25th
God had a secret plan for the world (he still has this plan today, but it is not a secret any more). What is that secret plan? What does he want YOU (and all the rest of us) to do about it? Join us today as we explore how it is so important that there is "one God and Father of all, who is over all, and through all, and in all."
Sun, Jul 11th
The ancient prophet Ezekiel promised Israel to enliven their dead, dry bones with the breath of the Holy Spirit. The apostle Paul revealed the mystery of reconciliation for all cultures and races - through the Gospel.
Sun, Jul 4th
This week in our "One" series is the topic of "one lord." Other translations from various languages around the world and even in history also translate this as "master." Even dating back to Mount Sinai, God has always desired to be more than just a checklist and more than our first of many. God wants to be our one and only.
Sun, May 16th
Everybody comes from somewhere. Epic novels and larger than life films have been dedicated to origin stories to satisfy our cultural craving to know where individuals or groups come from. But what if what you have been given was more important that where you originated?
Sun, May 2nd
Jesus tells us that the greatest commandment is to love God with all our heart, soul, mind, and strength. Of course, I do! He's God! But, what does that really mean? How do I actually do that? I'm a good person, I go to church, and I help others. Isn't that enough?
Sun, Apr 25th
The Bible is filled with Praises, Proclamations and Demonstrations of the Glory of God. We will spend time in worship today listening and acting upon this great truth. May our hearts be ever open and our mind ever sensing the Spirit's movement as we worship the Almighty.
Sun, Apr 4th
The tomb is empty! Christ is risen from the dead! Today is a special where we celebrate with our brothers and sisters around the world the risen Savior Jesus. No matter who we are or what we have done, our Messiah has given His life for us and he has defeated the grave on our behalf.
Sun, Mar 28th
This Sunday is traditionally regarded as "Palm Sunday" commemorating the triumphant entry of Jesus into Jerusalem. The people who cheered for Jesus as He entered were actually making a grand declaration in addition to the plea for his power and blessing over them.
Sun, Mar 7th
In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth. God literally SPOKE all creation into existence. This speaking is what drives all things to this day. This speaking that created the cosmos is the same that speaks quietly into our hearts and vibrantly through our failures.
Sun, Jan 31st
The past month we have listened and prayed over how we might Rise Up through the power of the Holy Spirit - at home, in the church, and in the community around us. Today, we want to listen to the Holy Spirit as we reflect about how we might Rise Up on the international scene.
Sun, Jan 24th
What does it mean to go out into the world and especially into our community? When we go out and serve, what is the difference between us and an atheist doing the exact same thing? The answer is simple: we go in the name of Jesus Christ and by the power of the Holy Spirit.
Sun, Dec 20th
Isaiah describes Jesus as the "everlasting father." The term father has a variety of meanings to different people and this is largely based on what your relationship was/is like with your own earthly father. Isaiah promises a father who overcomes all dysfunctionality and places joy in our hearts.
Sun, Nov 15th
We all have a deep seeded question within us that we ask God and ourselves: Who am I? This morning we will look at Moses asking God just that question and then see how Jesus knew His own identity and continues to form our identity to look more like him.
Sun, Oct 18th
The year 2020 has been a pretty miserable one for just about everyone. There's been a pandemic, mass quarantine, political unrest, and a slew of other issues and events that have caused an immense amount of stress on just about everyone. We have felt a loss on a number of levels in a loss of our routine, a loss in being able to meet together for a large portion of the year, a loss of major events, and some of us have lost people whom we held so dear.
Sun, Oct 4th
Revolution is a forcible overthrow of a government or social order in favor of a new system. Revolutions of various kinds and degrees have occurred throughout history, and they are unsettling. Some say one or more cultural revolutions are occurring currently. Some Christians are asking how we should respond. My question is …
Sun, Sep 27th
We've studied this passage several times and noted that Christians are to be unified, like-minded, not selfish or conceited but humbly putting others ahead of us. Both the world and the church desperately need to see people doing this, especially right now. We know our responsibility, but where do we get the power to live this way?
Wed, Nov 11th
Lesson 11 in Empowering Subjects. This one is focused on Explaining and Equipping the Subjects of the Kingdom.
Wed, Oct 14th
Lesson 7 in Empowering Subjects, and the first lesson on Announcing the Kingdom. This one focuses on clarifying the message we are to be speaking to those outside of Christ.
Wed, Sep 9th
Basic training in godliness for Subjects of the King, to make us more useful to our Master
Wed, Apr 15th
When Zechariah prophesies upon the birth of his son, John the Baptist, he mentions salvation three times. This lesson explores that prophecy and what we can learn about salvation from it.