This weekend we get back to The Story (chapter 25) and look at Jesus’ provocative claim to be the Son of God…and what that might mean for your life.
This weekend is another don’t miss as we take a fun, Biblical look at marriage and then invite any couples interested to renew their vows at the end of the worship service.
This past week many of us were rocked by the news of the death of Robin Williams. His death once again brings to the forefront the pain of depression and other mental/emotional challenges that many live with silently, and that many families of sufferers suffer with as well. This weekend my son, Mike, and I […]
This weekend we get back at the Story as we experience a touch of Christmas in August. We’re going to look at the birth stories of Jesus and ask: Who is it in that manager and what difference does it make? You will want to read chapter 22 in The Story.
Last weekend we blessed the Kids of Grace. This weekend, the Kids of Grace will be blessing us! The kids (with the help of Charity, our Children’s Director) tell the story of Gideon!
We’re going to talk about how to bless kids, how to be a church that blesses kids, and we will, as a congregation, bless each child at every worship service. This will be a powerful weekend in the lives of our kids, their families, and our church.
We are very, very close to finishing up the Old Testament part of The Story. This weekend, the compelling story of a young Jewish girl who is called upon to save her nation–The Story of Esther (chapters 20/21 in The Story).
So far we’ve called down fire from heaven and survived 10 days of vegetables and a Lion’s Den. This weekend we head into the furnace, literally, as we focus on the question: Where is God when we go through the fires of life? Fireman Jason will be with us to keep us safe as we […]
Lions, veggies, chicken fat, staring contests, prayer, living grace in an un-gracious world, and the power of God. You will want to read The Story, chapter 18, about Daniel in the Lion’s Den (or read the book of Daniel in your Old Testament in the Bible).
Wouldn’t it be great if God did some of the same big, powerful miraculous works he did back in the Old Testament? Wouldn’t it make it easier for us to believe? This weekend we turn to the story of Elijah and The Contest between God and the prophets of Baal (you will want to read […]