Love Sex Body ResourcesCheck out these resources to help you navigate through our Love Sex Body Series. Love Sex Body SeriesBooksLove Thy Body by Nancy R. PearceyBUY THE BOOKFor the Body by Timothy C. TennentBUY THE BOOKTheology of the Body for Beginners by Christopher WestBUY THE BOOKPodcastsJohn Mark Comer and Nancy Pearcey ConversationLISTEN TO PODCASTNancy Pearcey on Biblical Sexuality, Transgenderism, and the BodyLISTEN TO PODCAST
Sexuality is a hot button topic in our culture with all kinds of diverging narratives and worldviews clashing to claim the “right” way to view sexual issues. Everywhere we turn, sex is at the forefront.
All relationships are hard, but marriages are even harder! Whether you are single, married, or single again, there are biblical tips we can learn for a better marriage—a Christ-centered one
“Be holy” is a clear command throughout the Old Testament, and it’s reiterated by Jesus Himself. However, it often seems intimidating, too demanding, and almost impossible. So how
One thing has not changed throughout all of history – God’s Kingdom work! The love of God constantly draws us in and makes us more loving and holy. That work hasn’t stopped. It can’t stop! No virus
In the ancient world, a person’s name was far more than simply something you called them, it was a representation of they are at their core. Isaiah tells us that Christ would be called “Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace”
The Kingdom of God is a common phrase in the Church, but what does it mean… and what does it look like? During this season of Advent we remember that through Jesus, God’s Kingdom has already broken into this world, but we also look forward to Jesus’ return when God’s Kingdom is fully revealed. But what are we looking forward to, what is The Kingdom of God like, and how can we help bring it in our world today?
Even our online connections can leave us feeling more isolated and lonely; like our life doesn’t measure up to everyone else’s. Especially as we approach the holidays, what do we do when we feel isolated and alone? How can we reconnect in a (dis) connected world?
The American church is very similar to a campfire. We envision ourselves sitting around enjoying it, basking in its warmth, and enjoying the company of good friends and family… but life gets in the way so we never really make it happen. Then when we do make time for it, the fire doesn’t seem as warm or bright as we imagined it to be. But Christianity was never meant to be a bonfire, something we sit around and watch. It’s designed to be a wildfire.
Our large and active student groups (high school / middle school) offer vibrant night worship, confirmation classes, activities and mission trips.