While following Jesus is hearing and obeying, the Israelites are a constant example that it is impossible to do so in our own strength. We need to abide.
God has lots to reveal to us. Pastor Jim shares how God really is for us, wants us to experience life-changing truth, and might have much to say if we are available to anything and everything he wants to say.
Worship provides a framework for our lives where we are open and able to hear from God.
Time with Jesus stirs the heart and soul. To experience this takes the willingness to be still and know him.
Following Jesus requires hearing Jesus. Is this even possible? And if so, how do we hear Jesus speak?
What does following Jesus have to do with politics? And is it possible to disagree with someone politically and still love them unconditionally? Join in the discussion as Pastor Don tries to answer these questions and more.
Jesus describes the high cost of following him. Are you ALL IN? Do you "miseo" him more important than all else?
Pastor Mike Smith gives us a message about God's Kingdom and being people of the Kingdom.
Are you feeling distant from God? It does not have to be this way. God’s presence is experienced in community. But what does this even look like? Let’s find out together as we explore Jesus’ unexpected, diverse family described in Ephesians 2:11-22.
This is the final story in 2 Chronicles. It’s one of Exile and Return where God works in the midst of the unthinkable to bring about the unimaginable.