January 14, 2018
“Your Plan or God’s Plan?” - Proverbs 3:1-12 and 16:1-9
As sons and daughters of God we are given His wisdom, and His desire is that we are wise in our hearts and include him in our planning for 2018.
December 31, 2017
Living in God’s Spiritual Kingdom frees us to pursue God’s holiness in our lives and in the lives of others.
December 24, 2017
Communion reminds us that Jesus has come. The advent of Jesus resets our picture of humanity, restores our everyday experience, and redeems our sin & brokenness.
December 17, 2017
God’s love revealed in Jesus’ coming is covenantal, unconditional, adoptive, affectionate, personal, sacrificial, present, secure, initiating, and practical.
Advent is a season of preparing room in our hearts for Jesus by rehearsing the gospel story each day. It can be a season of renewal and recalibration as we reorient, and reset life to revolve around God’s Story. Some call this ‘re-storying our hearts (J.K. A. Smith).’ Hope of the Second Advent ‘restories’ our hearts to live in the darkness of now, with the hope, joy, peace, and love.
December 10, 2017
Following Jesus does not guarantee a life free from pain or struggle, nor does it mean living now just waiting for eternity. Faith in Christ means finding our joy in Him no matter what life looks like.
December 3, 2017
The coming of Jesus is a message of God’s peace by God’s grace through God’s promised one who transforms his people into followers of Jesus who graciously pursue peace with others.
November 26, 2017
HOPE OF CHRISTMAS
Jesus was born in the flesh so that we might see God. Through being made alive in Him (spiritually born) we have an inheritance reserved in heaven, a living hope guaranteed to us by Christ.
November 19, 2017
“Worship the King” Hebrews 13
The final thoughts in Hebrews are to take all that we have learned and put them into practice in the most effective way. It isn’t a list of moral behaviors but rather what transformation in Christ truly looks like in us.
November 12, 2017
JESUS OUR PERFECT EXAMPLE
Christians look to Jesus who endured suffering and pain in this world for us, so that we might be encouraged to endure hardship for the sake of reaching the lost around us.