The peace of God doesn’t just extend to our relationship with Him, it spreads and extends to those around us as well. Our union with Christ creates the opportunity for deep relationships of peace, harmony, and sacrificial love, and when it doesn't, it offers us a way forward.Read More / Listen
Our faith isn't in lifeless principles. Our faith is in a living God, who's been seen on earth, who lived, who died, who resurrected, and who's still available to us today. Talk to Him. Relate to Him. Share with Him. Enjoy Him. Have fellowship with Him!Read More / Listen
When we as a church fight to protect our God-given unity, we can accomplish great things. When we refuse to fight each other, refuse to divide over unimportant things, and cling to the truth that makes us alive, we can change the world.Read More / Listen
We want connection. We long for a deep connection to God that will transform us. But how does this happen? When are you most connected to God? When are you most spiritual? To answer this, we turned to 1 Corinthians 12. Listen with us!Read More / Listen
Honesty and authenticity may be terrifying to live out, but if we'll let them, they can lead us to tangible experiences of God's grace through God's people. Listen to this sermon to hear more about how the strange deaths of Ananias and Sapphira in Acts 5 can actually give us hope today.Read More / Listen
To be human is to know the ache of loneliness, regardless of marital status or number of friends. The answer to our need for human connection is the Holy Spirit that the Risen Jesus has sent to us from Heaven. He's miraculously and powerfully working in the church, and in line with the way God always seems to work, He's making beauty out of ugly things. Like a mosaic created from shards of broken glass, the ugliness of our separation is being turned into the beauty of diversity. Do you long for connection? Come live life with us. We do too, and we know the only One powerful enough to truly help us.
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