The month of November is month during which a number of people focus on the well-known holiday called Thanksgiving. We will be particularly focusing on the Book of Psalms as we reflect on this season of Thanksgiving.
the Book of Revelation reads, primarily, as a letter Jesus sent to His church. A circular letter which speaks as specifically as could be desired to each particular church then and now. So, how does this letter from Jesus to His church speak to us Today? More precisely, how this Letter called Revelation should cause us to be Rethinking the Church? Join us as we read together Jesus Letter(s) to His Church and start Re-Thinking the Church.
How do you keep your faith when it seems like nothing is happening? How do you keep believing when the process is invisible? An angry king. Devastating drought. Epic opposition. And one man who overcomes it all. Join us as we learn from Elijah.
The letter of Paul to the church in Ephesus is a letter that deals with Deep Things About God and Us. More precisely, Ephesians deals with topics at the very core of what it means to be a Christian—both in faith and in practice. For instance, How often do we feel life has spun out of control? How often have we felt that the more we try to hold everything together, the more everything seems to fall apart? How often have we felt that we tried to do everything right yet the outcome was not what we expected?
Starting July 1, at 9:00 and 11:00a, join us for our New Summer Series - Who Are You? Reflections on Ephesians.
Evangelism! God does not need us to defend Him. He is big enough to defend Himself. Neither does He need our “knowledge” to prove our theological points. If that is the case, what is Evangelism? Starting on May 27, we will be exploring the idea that Evangelism is simply to JUST WALK ACROSS THE ROOM.
We are starting a journey that will lead us to Easter Sunday. During this journey, we are invited to join Jesus in some of his crucial moments. As we relive these crucial moments, we might identify with him. More importantly, as we join Jesus on his journey to the cross, something will drastically change in our life and in our relationship with Jesus The Christ.
When it comes to worship and church, we all have our own preconceived ideas and perspective on worship. Don’t we? But, truly, what is worship? Worship = To be a Fan and/or Fanatic = marked by excessive enthusiasm and often intense devotion. It is fair to say that worship is to love, admire, or respect somebody or something greatly and perhaps excessively or unquestionably and, therefore, we all worship something or someone.
It’s fairly common, at the start of a new year, to pause and evaluate the past year. This usually leads us to a renewed commitment to follow after Jesus and it tends to look like this:
The problem is that a list like this tends to compartmentalize life in a way that doesn’t fit neatly into a real, ordinary day.
So instead of putting Jesus first, let’s make Him the center of everything in our lives.
How Making Jesus the Center of Everything Can Change our Lives in 2018?
And the holidays are upon us...Can you believe it? Yes, this is the time of the year that fatigue kicks in not only physically but emotionally and spiritually. Why not taking a deep breath before engaging into the holidays? Why not Get Back and experience Recovering Your Spiritual Momentum. Join us these next two Sundays as we spend sometime reflecting on the Psalms. The Psalms speak of real circumstances in life. The Psalms are filled with Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving that goes above and beyond a trivial act of gratitude or nice music/poetry to be enjoyed. Instead, the Thanksgiving found in the Psalms are deep reflections on real life circumstances of relationship dynamics, discouragement, moments of profound gratitude and joy, and life. SO, GET BACK - Recovering Your Spiritual Momentum - Sunday - November 12 and 19.