Money is a spiritual issue. Money can cause stress, distress and divorce. Money can affect our feelings, our social life and our personal convictions. Money is a BIG DEAL. When the Church talks about money some people immediately raise a red flag. But why? God is not against money. God gives us the power to make money. All that we have comes from God. Handling money God’s way should be a joy and not a stress. But it makes you think, "What lies have we bought into that are robbing us of the joy of Godly management of money?” There is a better way to handling your blessings. Join us for a new series on financial issues that will speak straight to our hearts.
The Gospel. NO message is more powerful. NO message is more often neglected. How easy the Church has drifted from the central message of Jesus. No sooner do we drift then we begin to divide over non-essential arguments creating our own little cultures of sub-Christian community. The Gospel's message is the power of God to transform the "holiest" church lady or the worst cellmate. The Gospel - when fully comprehended is the ONLY message that turns heathens into members of the house of God. Join us for a new year and new series of messages as we walk through Paul's letter to the Galatians. This is the "Gospel for Heathens."
Marriage matters to God. Whether you're single, married, divorced or widowed, marriage matters to you. The Bible's theology of marriage speaks not only to our human needs and desires but also our God-given destiny in Christ. No other relationship is so profound, mysterious, challenging and glorious as the union of the man and his wife. Yet only in the death can any marriage really live. In this series we take a scriptural look at marriage followed by two weeks of practical and applicable discussion as a church on the most important relationship you will ever experience. Marriage is more than you think. Don't miss a single week!
Every week we explore the glorious truth of what Christ has done for us. But Christianity is not simply about hearing what Jesus has done. It is also about how we respond to what He’s done. That is our witness and testimony to a world who needs to know Him. Jesus calls us to regularly participate in certain practices as His body. They are ancient habits spanning 2000 years, but they matter to us today, in a big way.