This isn’t a question that only non-believers wrestle with – it’s one that Christians wrestle with all the time: Does the Church matter, and if it does, how much?
This weekend we continue our look at the Dangerous Acts of Jesus, focusing this week on Jesus wreaking havoc on the Temple.
We’re looking at a story from the life of Jesus that brings great hope for all of us, but one that ultimately sets in motion his crucifixion: The Raising of Lazarus.
Transitioning to an intergenerational/multi-generational approach to mission and ministry. We will spend this weekend talking very practically about this next big God-moment as a church.
We turn our attention to the newest generation, the IGeneration (born after 2000), and our call to bless them.
This weekend we talk about the Millennial Generation (born 1980-2000) and the great gifts they have to offer the world!
This weekend we look at the Pig in the Python, one of the largest generations ever born in our history: The Baby Boom Generation, as we continue our Grace Collisions series focused on each of the current five generations in our church.
The Silent Generation (born before 1946).
Jesus crashes Christmas!
We’ll finish up Christmas Goes to the Movies and set the stage for another power-packed Christmas Eve celebration at Grace.