Our worship services on Sunday mornings and Thursday evenings feature Spirit-filled music, heartfelt prayer and sermons that will help you apply the truth and power of God's Word to real life.
During the Lenten season, we’ll devote our weekends together to yet another Spirit-centric topic: spiritual gifts. In the “Gifted to Serve” message series, we’ll investigate one more layer of the Spirit’s power, this time when it comes to the specific gifts God has given us as individuals to fulfill His purposes. We’ll concentrate on four spiritual gifts as mentioned throughout the New Testament—speaking, people-intensive, service and support gifts—while considering the temptations and strongholds that sometimes interfere with our obedience to God’s call on our lives.
Feb. 15/18 - Exposing the “Me First” MindsetFeb. 22/25 - Imagine! Everybody Serving!March 1/4 - Speaking GiftsMarch 8/11 - People-intensive GiftsMarch 15/18 - Service GiftsMarch 22/25 - Support Gifts
StrengthsFinder & spiritual gifts classes>>
Wednesdays, Feb. 14-March 21Maundy Thursday, March 29
Join us on Wednesdays for a deep exploration of the seven deadly sins and their antidote, the fruit of the Spirit. Learn more>>
At Easter, we celebrate the unbelievable news of Christ’s resurrection—the key word here being “unbelievable.” And there are many people who join us on this particular holiday who are stuck on that very word. How does the unbelievable become the believable? With God, there are no questions too tough for Him to answer through the truth of His Word.
April 5/8 - Did Jesus Really Rise from the Dead?April 12/15 - Is Jesus the Only Way to God?April 19/22 - If God Is Good, Why Is There So Much Evil?April 26/29 - If I Believe, Why Do I Doubt?
Exposed: Pride | Peace - Joshua Hoaby | 02.14.18
When we stray from God’s path and follow our own desires, we miss out on God’s peace.
Bottom line: Envy breaks our relationships with others and God, while experiencing…
Bottom line: When we move from lust to love, we find our identity as God’s…
Bottom line: The world presses us to get more, be more and do more, but…
Bottom line: Only God can fill the emptiness in our lives.