This 7-week study of 1 Timothy, 2 Timothy, and Titus explores key principles in Christian leadership, keeping in mind that all Christians are called to be leaders
The Church in Galatia faced a choice between two ways of approaching a relationship with God: trusting what we can do for ourselves or trusting what Jesus has done for us. This choice between…
An economy is “the large set of inter-related production and consumption activities that aid in determining how scarce resources are allocated”. In Greek, it literally means “the management of the household”.
This is What We Do
As followers of Christ, we don’t just give when we feel like it. We lead the way with generosity. Generosity opens doors and solves problems. Generosity inspires others to be generous, too
Navigating the New Normal
No one knows exactly what’s going to happen next as we slowly come out of our stay at home order, but that’s not a new thing. No one has ever known what’s coming next. Our story
We live in a country where most people claim to believe in God, but when we look around for the evidence of that, it’s scarce. Instead, we are a people who believe in God, but don’t live as if He exists
Do you ever crave God’s wisdom? Join us for our summer series, Proverbs, as we explore this wisdom literature of the Old Testament. Learn practical skills for succeeding in God’s world. Gain good advice. But more. Gain God’s wisdom for the generations, including ours…
The Problem of God
Have you ever been skeptical about God? Had a crisis in your faith journey and wondered, “Why is this happening?” or “Where is God in all of this?” or maybe, “Is there even a God at all?” The Problem of God will explore the claims of Christianity. Far from being irrational, Christianity welcomes and encourages intellectual questioning. Belief in God and the Christian faith is both rational and compelling. Join us for this seven-week series as we create a safe and honest space to answer these questions. Your faith will be challenged no matter where you are on that journey!