When worship is limited to a single moment, we’re often not ready for that moment. Shouldn’t worship be more than that? In this mini-series, we focus on the songs that Israel sang before the worship. These are the “Songs of the Ascents.” They will challenge us to worship God without limits.
What comes to mind when I say: Witnessing, Evangelism, Gospel Presentations? This can bring anxiety and fear. Looking at Paul’s message at Mars Hill we see how he shared Christ with intellectuals of his day, engaged his audience for Christ, and shared the gospel in practical ways with the people around him.
We hear about athletes who train for the season or soldiers who train for the service, but very little about training to follow Jesus. Have we made Christianity more about what we receive rather than how we should serve? God will challenge us on what it means to follow Jesus as we explore 2Timothy 3:16-17.
When you hear the word conflict and confrontation do those words scare you? Sunday we will see why conflict is necessary in the Christian life and also how Jesus tells us to handle confrontation. Join as us we look at Matthew 18 in ” Conflict Resolution According to Jesus”.
Now that we’ve explored the prayer that Jesus prayed in John 17, we circle back to the meal that took place before the prayer. It is possible that Jesus was still sitting at the table with His closest followers when He prayed the John 17 prayer. What was so important about that final meal then…
Often called the “High Priestly Prayer,” the apostle John wrote down this special prayer that would launch the ongoing movement we know to be the church. Let Jesus pray these words over you and experience the power of His ongoing prayer in your life.
This series focuses on God’s presence in the life of a young man named Joseph. In Joseph’s life, as in ours, there are times in which we face challenges and times of waiting. But what if God is with us in the waiting?
Think about the word, “Masterpiece.” What if you’re meant to be God’s masterpiece? In this series, we’ll see God as the ultimate artist and what it means to be the works of His hands. How do we become the masterpiece God has created us to be? Find out in this journey through Ephesians!
Happy Easter Sunday!
We’re reading from Luke 24.
Let’s celebrate Palm Sunday together virtually during this time of quarantine.