Join us for our congregational kick off service. This Sunday we will investigate the Why and the How behind all that we aspire to do as Christians.
The final claim of our series is the most abstract, inspirational, and challenging of all: I Am The Gate. What in the world did Jesus mean when he said that? How do we know if we have entered through that gate or not?
In this fourth installment of The Great I Am series, we cover one of the most powerful and pointed of all of Jesus claims: "I am the resurrection." What did he mean when he this? What relevance could it possibly have on our daily lives today?
In this third sermon in The Great I AM series, we will investigate Jesus' bold and obscure claim that he is the bread of life. What was he revealing about himself in this claim? What does it mean for us today? How should we live accordingly?
One of the most personable and endearing claims Jesus made about himself is that he is the Good Shepherd. He knows us...cares about us...protects us...and lays his life down for us. This lesson will explore that special relationship he wants to have with us in an inspiring and practical way.
In week one of this series on The Great I Am, we take a deep and inspirational look at Jesus' claim to be The Light of the World. What did he mean when he said that? How does it apply to our lives today?
This is part two of our mini series on two short phrases that Jesus spoke. The phrase for today were some of the last and most powerful words Jesus ever spoke.
Jesus spoke two different three word phrases, one at the start of his ministry and one at the end, that capture his essence and passion in great ways. Each of these phrases are endearing, inspiring, and challenging. This week we will focus on the first of these phrases and next week the last.