What does it look like to live like Jesus? Join us as we explore the story of one of Jesus’ most vocal disciples, Peter, and learn that the path of living like Jesus isn’t linear – it meanders, and it isn’t comfortable – it takes us to unexpected places.
In a world that glorifies non-stop hustle, it’s easy to forget the importance of rest. But here’s the deal: rest isn’t just idle; it’s the key to lifegiving growth.
Are you having a hard time getting out of a funk? You’re not alone. We all experience a range of emotions and challenges, but sometimes the greatest challenge is to get off the path we’re on.
Mental health is hard enough in good times, but what can help you through life’s valleys. Join us as guest preacher Steven Owsley shares with us on the power of gratitude and resilience.
What are you scared of? That simple question is something we usually want to avoid thinking about. This week, we’re going to explore the power of naming your fears to diminish their power over us.
In a dangerous world, it’s easy to put on armor to protect yourself. The armor of cynicism, of indifference, of distance. But our armor that we use to protect us also cuts us off from the things we most desire.
Feeling exhausted by the relentless pursuit of perfection? Struggling with low self-esteem because you never feel “good enough”? Find liberation and hope this week as we ask “What Does it Mean to Be Perfect as God is Perfect?”
What do we do with the stories of God allowing or commanding the deaths of children of enemy nations in the Old Testament? In the face of this difficult question, we’ll hear about a surprising principle – the virtue of disobedience. Join us as we read the stories of people who stood up to Pharaoh in the face of unjust policies.
Is the area around Jerusalem violent? If so, why? And what does that have to do with me on the other side of the world? This week we’re talking about violence and our imaginations for a better world.
Jesus was the bringer of good news, but not everyone wants good news. This week we examine our role in justice and how we often settle for less.