“Timeless” is a series about the Ten Commandments. You might be thinking, “Why are we talking about the Ten Commandments; isn’t that Old Testament? Don’t we have Jesus now so we don’t need those any more?” Well, we do have Jesus, but as Jesus shows us, the Ten Commandments are bigger than the Old Testament and bigger than our world itself. They are God’s instructions for humanity and much, much more!
Sunday, we start our brand new series called, “Timeless”. It’s a series about the Ten Commandments. And, you might be thinking, “Why are we talking about the Ten Commandments; isn’t that Old Testament? Don’t we have Jesus now so we don’t need those any more?” Well, we do have Jesus, but as Jesus shows us, the Ten Commandments are bigger than the Old Testament and bigger than our world itself. They are God’s instructions for humanity and much, much more!
This Sunday, we start our new series “REAL-ationships”. We’re digging in to what it means to have a “happily ever after life”. Cause here’s what I know: if you purse “happily ever after”, you’re almost definitely not going to get it. But, Jesus says if you pursue what we’re talking about on Sunday, you’ll probably achieve “happily ever after” after all.
This Sunday, we wrap up our series, “Needs Salt.” We’ve been talking about how we all want a great life with depth and meaning, but to have that, you’ve got to have the right ingredients. This Sunday’s message is the most important one yet. Life is more than just one great meal. It’s a whole lot more. God’s plan for you is much, much bigger!
Sunday, we continue our series, “Needs Salt”, where we are talking about how to have a complete, deep, great life. We’ve said that in order to have that kind of life you need certain elements or it will just never be what it should. This week, I found myself asking an interesting question, “What if I can’t cook?” What if I just don’t have anything to offer? That’s a great question and one I want to walk us through this Sunday.
Sunday, we continue our series “Needs Salt” where we are chasing after a life that stands out, that has depth, that really means something. In order to have a life like that, Jesus says you need certain ingredients and if even one of them is missing, you’ll never have the life He designed you to have. This week, we talk about something that probably is less about needing more salt than it is about having too much of it!
This Sunday, we continue our series “Needs Salt”. We all want our lives to be all that they can be, but just like the meals we eat, if they are missing one of those essential ingredients, they will never be what they could have. This week, we want to talk about the relationships you need in your life to be everything God made you to be.
As we move away from Christmas and pack up the lights and the tree, how do we enter the New Year? By taking a deeper dive into the story of Zechariah and Elizabeth from Luke chapter 1, we will learn truths that we can cling to as we embark into 2021.
This Sunday, we start our new series “Needs Salt”. We all know what it’s like to bite into something that should taste amazing only to find it is missing something! The same is true for our lives. They can look great on the outside but be missing something so essential. Thankfully, God gives us the instructions and ingredients necessary to live the great lives He designed us to live. Sunday, we’ll explore the first of these essential ingredients!