Sometimes in life, we get stuck. We make a questionable decision. We underestimate the obstacles. We don't think things through. We just get lazy. We try to make a change and end up stuck. Join us as we follow the Old Testament story of Joshua, and learn how God can help us overcome our challenges to change.
Our nativity sets are full of Christmas characters we all know and love. Meanwhile, the people on the edges of the Christmas story are left to live in the shadows. This year we will let the lesser known stars shine and see what they have to teach us about the meaning of Christmas.
I think it's time we talk. Sex is something all of us think about but few of us talk about. Whether it’s pre-marital sex, same-sex relationships, or boundaries in our relationships, these topics are actually something scripture can address. In this series, we will look at the intersection of faith and sex, and answer some of the questions that all of us ask, but few of us discuss.
The Movement Continues... One year ago we launched Chain Reaction with the goal of lifting up the practice of generosity, casting vision for the future, and raising money to help fund the future of our church. We did this with the conviction that when we practice generosity, God changes our lives and does big things in our world. In this series, we will celebrate the impact Chain Reaction has made so far, look forward to the future, and invite more people to join the movement.
We should talk… This has been great but… We want different things… Maybe we should see other people… It’s not me… It’s you. Wait. What? Jesus calls us to a life of service, but as human beings, we have a hard time wrapping our heads around how to stop thinking of ourselves first and to live outwardly. Join us for a four week series that examines the practice of service: what it is, what it looks like, and why we do it.
Can we trust the Bible? Does God really have a plan? Aren’t science and religion incompatible? We all have the voice of a skeptic inside us. We try to ignore the hard questions and often judge others for asking them, because we are afraid they might discredit our faith. In this series, we will engage our inner skeptic and ask the hard questions. Come and hear what the Bible has to say when we get skeptical.