Good Friday and Easter Sunday were amazing last week, but where do you go from here? Thankfully, Jesus guides us down The Road Ahead. It’s a time for questions, for confirmation and even choices. It’s time to figure out what your relationship with Jesus should be. We look forward to traveling The Road Ahead with you.
I’m so excited to start our Easter Week Journey with you! After not being able to gather together last year for this very special week, I’m just busting at the seams to get together this year! This Sunday, we start with Jesus’ Triumphal Entry into Jerusalem. Everyone is looking for Him to set up His Kingdom, but He has a different plan. Jesus will live out His truth that “the First will be Last, and the Last will be First.” This is what changed everything.
Sunday, we wrap up our Ten Timeless Commandments series by, in some ways, going back to the beginning. The Tenth Command is actually a type of restatement of the First Command and provides the bookend of these great truths God gave us so long ago. But, of course, there’s another dimension of life God wants us to see through this final command.
We continue our series on the Ten “Timeless” Commands of God. Last week, we made the move from God to honoring our parents, which sets the stage for the rest of the commands. These commands teach us how to treat people with honor: Do not steal, Do not lie, Do not murder. You might be thinking, “Sweet, I don’t murder so I’m good!”, but you might be surprised.
This Sunday, we continue our seriesTimeless about the Ten Commandments, but we make a shift from how God designed us to relate to Him to how we are supposed to relate to one another. And, it starts in the same place for all of us, with our parents! Join us for this look into God’s heart.
“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.