These times can be crazy. Whether it is events around the globe or just down our block, life can surprise and overwhelm us. How should we live in times like these? Do we throw up our hands and retreat? Do we get angry and fight?
In the Bible, the letter to Titus is for times like ours. Crazy times are an opportunity for us to live in such a way that we make the good news of Jesus attractive. Instead of being scared or angry, we are called to shine brightly.
Will you join us on Sundays and online in October as we learn together what it means to adorn the good news of Jesus?
Every disappointment, every pain, every mistake can raise our hopes!
Join us Sunday for the final sermon in our series: Failure is Not Final!
Failure is Not Final continues this Sunday in Luke 71
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An ostrich may graze far or run from danger, but she always keeps one eye on the spot where she's buried her egg - for the egg is the prize, the great reward, the lifeblood of her species.
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Our sermon series, Failure is Not Final, continues THIS SUNDAY! Join us as we see that with God, Failure is NOT Final!!!
From Genesis 3 and Failure is Not Final. Listen to the full sermon at the LISTEN tab or subscribe in your podcast app!
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What does faith look like in relationship with other people?
"Rather than focusing how how I can reign in my tongue better, I need the Word of God planted deeply in my heart."
Listen to the first sermon in 167 Hours: Faith Beyond Sunday here:
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We all have 168 hours per week. What does our faith in Jesus have to do with the hours we aren't in a church building - the hours that are filled with spreadsheets, bills, play dates, and potty training?
Those 167 other hours? Does God have plans for them? What's the connection between my spiritual life and my daily life?
On Sundays in August, we are going to look at God's answers to these questions in the letter of James.
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Join us for a summer in the Psalms beginning THIS WEEK!