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!
This Sunday, we are getting ready for the Advent of Jesus because Christmas is just around the corner! I did some study and research, and the group of people we are talking about are so mysterious. Why are they part of the story? The people are the wisemen. Where did they come from? Why did they care about Jesus’ birth? Well, when you hear the answer, it’s going to rock your world because God will reveal to you how He works and why He is so worthy of being our Lord, our Savior, our God!
This Sunday, we continue to sit in this thought of being the difference this Christmas, and I know some of you might feel like you aren’t qualified or enough. But what we’re talking about Sunday changes everything.
Sunday, we continue our countdown to the celebration of the Advent of our Savior, Jesus! As we make our way to the greatest of moments, we are celebrating some of the great people God used to usher in Jesus. The person we are looking at this week is one of the unsung heroes of our world who just simply did what was right. In a world where everyone and everything seems to be on a crazy train, we need some people like this man who simply did what he should have.
Happy Thanksgiving! I hope tomorrow is an amazing day to revel in how good God has been to you! I know it might not look like some other of your favorite Thanksgivings, but it is the day the Lord has made and we should rejoice in it, because He is with us and He is good! Then after celebrating Thanksgiving, I hope you’ll join us as we start our Christmas celebration on Sunday!
This Sunday, we continue our tongue-in-cheek series called “The Church Just Wants Your Money”. I do think some churches might, but we do not want something from you. We want something for you! Jesus shares an observation with His disciples that truly challenges our human way of thinking about money. Jesus comes from a totally different perspective, and His perspective changes everything!
This Sunday, we start a new series called, “The Church Just Wants Your Money!” We thought, “Why beat around the bush? Let’s just say it!” It’s not true, but I think it’s how a lot of people feel when churches talk about money. But at Brooklife, we don’t want something from you. We want something for you. And the reason we are talking about money is because it was the topic Jesus talked about most because money is a huge stumbling block between you and God.