Joe Russo steps up this week to tackle the complex subject of Marriage and Divorce. He shows us God’s heart for marriage, how we should think about marriage in a broken world, and concluded with some practical instruction for how we can cultivate and protect our marriages.
Neil Rogers kicks off the new year with a message about community. He challenges us to consider an important question Jesus once asked a blind men and then shows how in the Christian life, good relationships are a non-negotiable.
In this Christmas message, Dustin calls us to disrupt fake peace and to be peacemakers. Why? Because of the Prince of Peace has come and He calls us to a life of genuine, authentic, life-changing Peace.
Joe Russo steps up this week to deliver a Christmas message through the eyes of Joy. He highlights some unexpected people who experienced joy through the arrival of Jesus. He concludes by showing us where Jesus found His joy—even when it cost Him His life.
Larry Gilbert steps up this week to deliver a message about Love through the eyes of Joseph—Jesus’ stepdad. He shows us how Joseph loved Jesus and calls on men to imitate his example in how we protect, train, and teach our kids.
In the first week of our Christmas series, Eric Clark takes us to Luke 2 and shows us an unfamiliar story of Hope through the eyes of Simeon. He gives us some practical advice for how we can personally resurrect hope and short-circuit cynicism—especially in the Holiday Season.
This week Josh finishes our study through Philippians. He describes how we can experience collective unity through faithful endurance and helps us wrestle with a major problem that gets in the way: the problem of anxiety.
This week, Josh gets up to continue our series in Philippians. He talks about the importance of having our hearts consumed with Christ in order to boast in Him and Him alone. He challenges us to consider the practical struggles we have to doing this and gives some advice for how to overcome them.
This week, Dustin continues our series in Philippians. He walks us through chapter 2 to show us how humility was demonstrated in the life of Jesus. He then calls us to be a church of collective humility and gives a personal example of someone who made that her life’s aim. In memory of Tricia Cagle.