Jesus answered, “My teaching is not my own. It comes from the one who sent me.” (John 7:16)
Our desire is to grow in our prayer lives - to deepen our rootedness in prayer. Join us as we look to Jesus and learn from Him through the prayer he gave us - The Lord's Prayer.
God is with us always and forever. No matter our current circumstance, God is with us. Whatever is happening around us in the world, God is with us. Because God is with us, we have hope, peace, joy, and love. Join us as we explore this promise of Emmanuel: “God With Us.”
Do you want to grow in your practice of gratitude? Are there things holding you back from living with deeper gratitude? Join us as we explore how to overcome the things that hold us back from actively practicing gratitude.
To refresh is to give new strength or energy. Focusing on the prefix "re" as forward moving or making things anew, we invite God to refresh us as followers of Jesus Christ.
"Come, Holy Spirit" is the prayer of our hearts. We invite the Spirit to move in our lives and our congregation to breathe new life into us for serving Jesus Christ here and now.
The joy of Easter inspires us to reflect on the gifts it gives us - courage, peace, new life, vision, community, eternity, and the Holy Spirit. Join us as we explore these blessings.
O taste and see that the Lord is good! (Psalm 34:8) God feeds us in many miraculous ways. The messages are based on Biblical stories of how God feeds us and cares for us.
How can we be the church Jesus Christ is calling us to be here and now in the time of this pandemic? Using the letters of the word church as our starting points, we talk about the qualities of being the church.
The resurrection of Jesus Christ must be experienced. We are encouraged in our own faith by considering the witness of many who experienced His resurrection firsthand.