This series follows “death” from Genesis to Revelation, recounting its beginning, its sting, its reign, and its multiple losses until its final defeat through the work of Christ on the cross. One day, the last enemy, which is death, will be destroyed and its sting neutralized removed forever!
Some might say the church has fallen on hard times. Many people express openness to Jesus, but they just can’t stand to be around some church people. This four-week series uses the letters that Paul wrote Timothy to anchor a number of foundational principles that detail what the church is and its importance in the life of the believer. “I Love Jesus, But Hate” wrestles with areas that cause people hesitation in church. It also examines what God’s Word teaches on the importance of the local church.
This four-week series walks through the positive and negative effects that social media has on our faith, our relationships, and our overall character and integrity. For all of us, social media can be a useful tool to spread the love of Christ and to enjoy sweet, everyday moments with family and friends. However, we must remain careful to balance the negative aspects that come with it. This series will cover common bad practices we see in online behavior, the balance of physical community and online community, the proper treatment of others online, and social media evangelism.
This four-week series examines how the Bible uses several different sports metaphors to describe the Christian life. As followers of Jesus, we are called to seek after an eternal crown through faithfully running the race God has set before us, by fighting the good fight of faith, and by working together with other believers to advance the kingdom of God.
This four-week series deals with common heretical beliefs held by those in society—and many in the church. Through examining some of these beliefs through a biblical lens and seeing the struggles Christians have had throughout the centuries, we can see the truth of God’s Word and how to gain a better appreciation of the importance of correct doctrine.
This six-week series Lent provides a serious reflection on our mortality and moves toward a joyful vision of the New Heavens and the New Earth on the last Sunday of Lent. This pathway—from death to everlasting life—will bring the congregation to a place of expectant hope in preparation for Resurrection Sunday.