Big Idea: God calls everyone to live their faith out in daily living, not just inside a church building. The greatest ministry that the believer has is being a faithful witness and living out the gospel of Christ through obedience in every area of their lives. We are in the third week of the series called “Beyond 52: Church Outside of Sunday Mornings.” It’s called Beyond 52 because there are 52 weeks in a year, 52 possible Sundays that you…
Last week, we started a new series called Beyond 52: Church Outside of Sunday Mornings. Why is it called Beyond 52? Simply put, there are 52 weeks in a year. There are 52 possible Sundays that you and I could walk through the doors of a church. However, the Bible’s vision of the Church is more than just a couple hours on Sunday mornings; it’s a way of life. My hope is that this series will challenge our ideas about…
It is important for the believer to be in community with other believers for support, accountability, and connection.
The unity and diversity of the early church shocked and intrigued the ancient world, and ours should as well.
Today, we’re in Part 2 of a three-part series titled Talking Points: The Perfect Blend of Politics and Religion. As if there could be a perfect blend, right? This is a series designed to make all of us uncomfortable, and hopefully in the end to make all of us better. Because after all, the church should be the safest place to talk about anything including politics. Even though the church rarely talks about politics, I figured you’re already talking about…
We can disagree politically and love unconditionally.
Are you trying to find fulfillment through your career, through your accomplishments, through an accumulation of things? Because if you are, you are going to find that in the end your life will be “Meaningless! Meaningless! Utterly meaningless.
This morning I’d like to begin a journey through Ecclesiastes. We will conclude the journey next Sunday. Today’s sermon is titled “A Life Worth Living”. We are going to be learning about a man who tried to live life to the fullest. This man’s name was Solomon.
In a nation that easily forgets, we are to be stones of remembrance, monuments baring witness to the power and the promises of God. We are Living Stones. The challenge is before us. Not to be remembered, but to be stones of remembrance rising past our own achievements and successes, and humbly pointing others to the one true, immortal God.
What if we started to think for ourselves? Do our research. I’m not saying we ignore the information being brought to the table, but instead listening to some else’s fear, instead of just thinking the worst, what if we ask the question we most often avoid, “What does God say? What does God want us to do?”