Paul’s letter to the Galatian church is perhaps one of the most important letters for the church. This five-week series will look at its importance and theological relevance for our faith and life today. Specifically, we will look at the sweeping vision of grace that Paul lays out in this letter.
In this eight-week series, we examine the seven signs John describes in his gospel, along with the resurrection, which is the ultimate sign of Christ's victory and divinity. These signs give us a window into how God is at work in the world through Jesus, and what it means for our faith and salvation.
The book of Proverbs is a collection of wise sayings from (primarily) King Solomon. This seven-week series will look at the multiple gems of wisdom and themes found in the book and consider practical areas of our life where God’s wisdom can shape and change how we live.
This standalone message ignites an excitement for the new opportunities a new year or season offers believers who keep their eyes on Jesus. We can develop high-quality habits of turning the pages of Scripture to find our place in the powerful story of God.
This four-week series will look at different characters in the Christmas story to see how the birth of Jesus was good news of great joy for all of them, whether an elderly couple like Zechariah and Elizabeth, a poor young couple like Joseph and Mary, the marginalized shepherds, or even cosmic beings (angels).
This four-week series examines the biblical understanding of generosity. By looking at the character of God, the good Samaritan, the widow’s offering, and Paul’s encouragement to give generously, we will see that God wants us to be generous in all areas of our life.
This four-week series looks at some of the more bizarre passages in the Bible—the ones that make us think, “What on earth?” Along the way, we’ll see how even the strangest parts of the Bible reveal God’s nature to us and encourage and strengthen our faith.