A Big Ask

1 Thessalonians 5:12-18

Another year is over, and a new one has begun. 

As we wrap up 2018 and step into 2019, let’s remember all the ways God has blessed us and consider what it would mean to live with with acceptance and gratitude going into a new year. 

It’s a big ask, but one necessary to find serenity and peace within all the complexities of what it means to be the body of Christ and a beacon of hope to the world watching.

The Art of Joyfully Receiving

Luke 2:1-20

In the familiar Christmas story we see how radically personal the birth of Jesus really is: “For to us a child is born.” This is the gift of Christmas, the gift that has changed the world. But - just like any gift - the gift of Christmas must be received. And in our independence-valuing culture, simply receiving isn’t as easy as it might sound. Listen in to learn how you can experience Jesus this Christmas in a new and fresh way.

A Dwelling Place

Ephesians 2:19-21

No matter our distinctive or differing doctrines, all churches are called to unify in one particular mission woven throughout Scripture. Listen in as we take a journey through the Bible from Jacob, to Jesus and ending with Paul -- and find out what it means to be a dwelling place for God

Boom Goes the Dynamite: Living in the Tension of Your Plans and God’s

Proverbs 16:1-9

Life is filled with disappointments, failures, unmet expectations, and unfulfilled dreams. How do we live in the tension of making plans for our lives but also trusting in the God’s sovereign direction? Join us as we explore the wisdom that is found in Proverbs 16:1-9 and how God meets us in the disorder and chaos of our lives and provides hope for us in the new year and beyond.

Tim Reid

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You Have To Go Through It

Psalm 42

Life is filled with hard times. No matter how much we don't want to admit it, that's true. Our tendencies become trying to get around these moments in life, but the only way is through them. Listen in as we consider what it means to face life on life's terms.

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