Jesus didn’t come just to make us right with God, but to also make us right with each other. The end result of Jesus’ coming into the world was not a new book on theology, or a new code of ethics. The result was a new community.
We are designed with connection in mind. We are wired to connect with other people. In this message, we explore the reason why so many are living disconnected lives and the one thing we need to grasp in order to turn it around and be a connector.
How are we to live in a culture that seems to be spiraling out of control? Do we hide? Do we fight? Instead of out-shouting or out-fighting the darkness around us, 2 Peter 1:5-9 tells us how we can out-live, or out-shine it. Join us in this series as we seek to gain 20/20 Vision […]
In message seven of our series, “Love U,” pastor Kendall Hicks explores the most difficult act of love: forgiving those who have wronged us.
“In message three of our series, “Love U,” Pastor Kendall begins unpacking the Apostle Paul’s description of love found in 1 Corinthians 13.
Message one in our series “Kingdom Life.” Real life is not produced by rules, but flourishes in the fertile soil of relationships.
Our mission is simple: “We build lives.” The question we must ask ourselves, as a church, is how? How do we build lives? In this series, we explore four attitudes that come together as building blocks for growing in our faith: belonging, believing, becoming, and building.
Isaiah prophesied the coming of Jesus when he wrote, “For to us a child is born, to us a son is given; and the government shall be upon his shoulder, and his name shall be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Fahter, Prince of Peace.” Jesus came to bring peace to humanity; in fact, the […]