Have you ever felt like running away - leaving your life behind, and starting over somewhere else? Have you ever turned your back on someone? Your friends? Your family? God? Sometimes it feels like you've drifted so far, it's too late to turn back. But in reality, forgiveness closer than you think. Join us as we take a personal look at the parable of the prodigal son, and find out why God wrote it for you.
Life is measured in moments. Moments when we are confronted with a truth and asked to make a choice that could define our lives. Our darkest hour could be our greatest moment. Join us on April 6th & 7th as we explore God's call the follow, to lead, and make history.
Join us for an Easter unlike any other as The Gathering scatters across the St. Louis community, with worship services in four different neighborhoods.
Jesus sent his disciples out to share their faith with others. The result was a movement that continues to blossom today. Join us as we learn how to sow the seeds of our faith, and grow an even bigger community of believers.
We all know the feeling. We take a leap, only to land flat on our face. Or just when a plan is perfectly in place, it all falls apart. Life’s failures and disappointments can make it difficult to move forward, so how do we pick ourselves up and dust ourselves off? Jeremiah’s attempts to fulfill his calling were met with ridicule, punishment, and suffering, but God never left his side. What can the story of “the weeping prophet” teach us about perseverance and trust in God during life’s most trying times?
Vision is critical to where we end up in life. It shapes our actions, what we do with our time, our energy and our resources. Without vision, we flounder. It is true for us as individuals and as a church. As we begin a new year, it is an important time to remind ourselves of our vision.
Christmas is over, but the story isn't finished yet. Trouble is, the next installment is one we would like to skip.
Have you every had a plan but been thrown a curve ball and had to go to a different plan? Have you been headed in a certain direction but been surprised and you had to change directions. Join us as Clayton Site Pastor Matt Fulmer talks about how God sometimes calls us to change our plans and our directions and why God's direction is better than our original plan.
Most Christmas gifts have quite a paper trail: Price tags, coupons, sale receipts, gift receipts, credit card bills, wrapping paper, and when they’re unwanted... return receipts. The very first Christmas gift was given 2000 years ago, and it left a paper trail, too: The stories surrounding Jesus’ birth. This year, let’s take Christmas back, as we return to those stories, reclaim the gift that was given to each of us, and change the way we experience Christmas today.