From January 6th to April 7th we will be in a sermon series called “Who am I? — An Exploration of the Book of Ephesians.” Ephesus was a center for pagan worship. Temples to various pagan gods stood as testimony to the individualism that was so rampant in the culture. In everything from commerce to…

What’s the difference between living and existing? Between success and failure? Joy and despair? Hope. With hope… You have more satisfying relationships. You’re more productive. You’re less affected by stress. You’re more successful. You’re more satisfied. You’re more compassionate. You’re more willing to help people in need. You’re physically healthier. You hold yourself to higher…

STOP LIVING LIKE IT DOESN’T MATTER! What if you only had one month to live? How would you make each day really matter? What would you start, or stop, doing? Take the challenge to make each day count as we focus on who God created us to be! We will start the One Month to…

Living Large: Experiencing the Life God Intended Sermon Series: June 3 – July 22 Philippians 1:21—For to me, to live is Christ and to die is gain. People who are living large never settle for less. In the midst of life’s challenges, could you use more contentment? Could you stand for a little more joy?…

Have you ever wished harm upon someone that you considered to be your enemy? When the call of God came to Jonah to take a message of mercy to the Assyrians, Jonah couldn’t see beyond his own selfish desire for God to punish them. How could God want him to take a message of mercy…

Feeling Frantic? Return to the Simple Gifts Every December, a frantic feeling descends on us. How can we get everything done? Buying gifts, attending events, decorating the tree, sending cards and packages, feeling guilty about not sending cards. The list is endless. It’s so easy to lose sight of the true meaning of Christmas. What…

Love Where You Live Series Runs September 17-November 12 When Jesus was asked to sum up everything into one command, he said to love God with everything we have and to love our neighbors as ourselves. Most of us have turned this simple idea of loving our neighbors into a nice saying, putting it on…

Average.  Unexceptional.  Run-of-the-mill.  Mediocre. Not very exciting words, are they? But for many of us, when we take an honest look at our lives, while we may not use those words, we would have to admit that life is not as full and as exciting as we’d like it to be.  Some might say, “Yeah,…

Reconciliation is not a one-time event; it is a journey.  It is not a “solution,” but a process.  It is a quest wherein the people of God strive for God’s new creation in a broken and divided world.  As we walk through this season of Lent toward Resurrection Sunday, we want to explore how we…

Is commitment restrictive or empowering? Discover the power of going All In. Many people are averse to commitment.  The thinking is, “If I make a commitment, I give up freedom. I give up control. I give up individuality.” But there’s an alternative opinion that says it’s actually only when you make a commitment that you…

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