Understanding change takes a paradigm shift.
Why is church important? Jesus loves the church. We should love it too (even when we don't think we like church).
The birth of Jesus brought within it a tangible hope for all.
Can we really be different?
How can we pursue relationships within our community that will bring diverse voices to our table.
Once a year, we spend a Sunday devoted to what ministries and programs we have as a church, and why we have them.
After 48 weeks in the book of Acts, Allen wraps up the series and gives understanding to what this book of the New Testament means for us.
Tara Feldner gives the definition of Spiritual Formation and introduces spiritual disciplines.
Joy comes when we intentionally engage with our church community, our common bond being loved by God.
The Lord is more interested in creating us than finishing us.
Discover the lies that keep us from forgiving ourselves and others, and learn how to take the next step toward forgiving.
Our annual address discussing where we have been and where we are going.
A blessing for the new year.
How to welcome your enemy.
How does Jesus welcome us?
On Father's Day, Allen teaches on why full surrender to God and His path for your life is so important.
Welcoming Christ to dwell in the midst of us.
In solitude with God, we learn our belovedness, which always us to function healthily within a community. Then ministry becomes something that flows from us, instead of something we do.
We just finished the book of James, and are taking a few weeks to talk about the things God would like to say to our church. This week: racism.
Two topics: Money and what God says to do with it, and a discussion on why people are never the enemy.
Learning to change as God intends, not as we intend.
The process of lament and learning to give our grief to Jesus in a way that brings healing.
Adam examines the life of David and how he waited faithfully and with integrity in many situations. From his example we see how waiting can be a powerful process in our lives that God often calls us to do.
Adam begins 1 Peter 1 looking into the text through the lenses of what our identity is and what God's identity is.
What does it look like to live life with others in mind instead of our own self interests. Even though living this way is hard, Peter explains why we must strive for it.
We dig into how godly submission affects our identity and relationships in the world.
Peter addresses our motives for doing good and for suffering, looking through the lens of our life with Christ and the hope that gives endurance.