This Sunday, we continue our series, “Talking to Jesus”. If we want to have a deeper relationship with God, then it just makes sense that we have to learn how to talk with Him, and where better to learn than from different people throughout the Scriptures who talked with God. This week, we’re talking about a guy you probably never thought would have appeared in a “Talking To Jesus” conversation. His name is Cain, and we’ve got a lot to learn from his conversation with God.
This year, we have been pursuing more of the God’s presence in our lives, and one of the best ways to experience that is through prayer. But, we have taken prayer and made it something way more complicated than it should be. We want to get back to what prayer should be: “Talking To Jesus.” Over the next several weeks, several of us are going to share from the Scriptures how different individuals “talked to Jesus” and how He responded. I believe it will greatly help us make prayer a deeply meaningful part of experiencing God’s presence in our lives. It all starts this Sunday with Joey sharing about a prayer prayed by a guy named Nehemiah.
As we celebrate all the incredible life change we saw last weekend and the baptisms we witnessed, how do we now live? In Colossians, we read that we can live lives worthy of the Lord. This Sunday, we will dig into Colossians 1 and uncover what it means to live out our faith in a manner worthy of the Lord through bearing fruit, growing in knowledge of the Lord, patiently enduring and by giving thanks.
Pentecost Sunday is here! We’ve been building up to this day ever since Easter, and it is going to be an amazing day celebrating the new life God offers to each of us! We’ve already got over 40+ people signed up to be baptized, and I don’t think we’re done adding people to that list yet! This is truly going to be one of the best days at Brooklife ever!
We’ve been looking forward to this Sunday since Easter! God has given us this 50 days to really look at our lives and to look at God and see if we want to take God up on His offer to enter into a covenant relationship with Him. These fifty days are all about asking your questions and letting God show up and give you the answers. I hope to share some more answers with you this Sunday as we look at Jesus’ last promise to His disciples and the gift He left for them.
On Mother’s Day, we welcomed guest speaker, Laura Sandretti. Laura talks about the best (Mother’s Day) gift there ever was or will be…the peace and freedom that Jesus gives us, and how we can experience that peace, even with all that life throws at us.
We have a special guest, Kurt Owens who pastors a church in Milwaukee, joining us to continue our series, The Road Ahead. We are looking forward to many entering into a covenant relationship with God on May 23rd as we celebrate Pentecost Sunday with a baptism celebration!
I’m so excited to continue our discussion of these 50 days/7 weeks between Easter and the Day of Pentecost, the day we celebrate God’s covenant relationship with His people. These 50 days are designed to help us consider what our relationship with God should look like. This Sunday, we look at several people who were pursuing the life for which God had created them, but they were doing it without God, and it led to disaster. But, God was not done with them! See how God showed up for them and shows up for you.
This Sunday, we continue our series called, The Road Ahead. We have just celebrated Easter, and now, we are looking forward to the Day of Pentecost where God does something amazing and where we are faced with the choice of whether we will choose to be in a covenant relationship with God. You might really want that, but you have some doubts and maybe even some fears. Thankfully, Jesus speaks directly to our doubts and fears, and that’s what I’ll show you this Sunday.