True joy is not based on circumstances. The key to lasting contentment is found through a relationship with Jesus Christ. This is the divine perspective Paul wanted to communicate in his letter to the Philippians.
The Gospel of Mark is a fast-paced account of the life of Jesus. Our goal is to study these accounts and really begin to know Jesus more and more, What was he like? What did he say? How did our Creator spend his time here on Earth?
God has reconciled us to himself through the power of the cross. How do we live as ambassadors of Christ? How do we show love to our community despite differences in social status, race, age, beliefs, etc.?
God became a human. And amazingly, he did it in a way no one expected—he came as a baby. We will journey through the Old and New Testaments to see God's promise and plan to save the world through a child born in a manger.
This series is for seekers, skeptics and those simply exploring Christianity. It is also for believers who want to grow in their understanding of Christianity and equip them to share this knowledge with others.
A look through the Psalms to see how Christians should deal with suffering. C.S. Lewis said, “We can ignore even pleasure. But pain insists upon being attended to. God whispers to us in our pleasures, speaks in our conscience, but shouts in our pains: it is his megaphone to rouse a deaf world.”
Learn God's purpose for marriage, relationship conflicts and resolution, the roles of husbands and wives, the gift of singleness, and why marriage is a wonderful picture of the gospel that God has given us..
What makes a church ordinary? What makes a church extraordinary? Why do we do what we do at church each week? Join us as we explore together some of the ordinary things a church does and what makes these ordinary things extraordinary.