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Fall often means it’s time to get “back to reality.” Summer vacation is over. School is back in session. Structure returns.
Does your emotional inbox feel full? Are you running out of bandwidth trying to keep up with all of life’s demands? Together, let’s learn how to opt out of the things that don’t really matter!
They drain our joy, eat up our time and rain on our parade, but there’s a
better way to deal with “relational vampires” than stakes, garlic and pitchforks. Come learn how to love the people who suck the life out of us—and how not to become vampires ourselves!
Though we want to do the best we can in relationships, work, etc., sometimes we just don’t know what to do. God’s desire is to provide each of us with what we need to influence people and situations for generations to come.
Maundy Thursday, April 18
Good Friday, April 19
Easter Sunday, April 21
Jesus used stories to draw people closer to Him, and the Bible tells us that our personal stories of God’s hand in our lives are powerful, too. Join us this Lenten season to hear “stories of everyday people following Jesus every day.”
You were created by God on purpose for a specific purpose. And God uses your entire “SHAPE” to help you live out your purpose…
In his letter to the Galatians, Paul makes it clear that the gospel is not just about the beginning of walking with Jesus. The gospel is the beginning, middle and end of the Christian life! The gospel shows us how to enter into and live as a part of God’s kingdom, and we look forward to continuing on the journey together!
Pollster George Gallup once observed, “Americans are among the loneliest people in the world,” but God created us to connect with others. Life change and spiritual growth best happens in circles, not rows!
Looking for Success in 2019 | Pastor Carol Skjegstad | 12.30.2018
In Philippians 3, Paul lays out a plan for how we can achieve a future that is full of hope and promise. He tells us how to live a successful life. Who do we look to as our ultimate model? Jesus the Christ, of course.
With all the busyness and stress and pressure of the season, Christmas can easily lose its joy. It is easy to find ourselves going through the motions and not stopping to really comprehend what Christmas truly means.
This year, let’s open our hearts to the adventure that God wants to take us on—no matter our circumstances, we can experience the wonder of Christmas in a fresh way!
From Darkness to Light | Pastor Zach Thompson | Christmas Eve, 12.24.18
We all experience darkness in our lives. But Jesus, the true light, enters into the darkness—and offers us the gift of his light and love.
How to claim freedom as our own and, more than that, to live beyond regrets.
For three weeks in November, we will focus on a powerful passage of scripture that Paul writes to his apprentice Timothy (1 Timothy 6:17-19). Before we assume that Paul isn’t talking to us—that most of us are nowhere close to “rich”—we need to remember that, in comparison to the rest of the world, we are incredibly rich. In turn, we’re called to be rich toward God, which can mean a lot of things to a lot of people, but His Word makes it clear that all of us are called to support the mission and work of His church.
Truth be told, young people often drift or are driven away from a life of faith because of the flawed ways others understand and model it. This fall, we’ll focus on the shifts all of us need to make, not only to help lead the next generation to Jesus, but also to continue growing in our own relationships with Him.
Perhaps you’ve noticed, particularly in church circles, how people love to quote their favorite verses to encourage, advise or inspire others. Though their intentions are good, sometimes those verses get taken out of context or are just plain misquoted. In other words, sometimes the message gets all “twisted.”
During our final weeks of summer, we’ll dig into three familiar Bible passages that aren’t always used and understood in the right way.
Loving Others Isn’t Easy
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