2020 has been a year full of uncertainy. It's been rough on all of us. But I do know that we aren't the first people to deal with uncertainty on this level. Faith Works, a sermon series based on the book of James, looks at how to find something to hold on to when life feels uncertain.
Routine is comfortable and familiar, but there is danger in routine. If we're not careful, routine can lead us to distraction, disappointment, and restlessness. This sermon series is based on the book of Haggai, it's a short and often-overlooked book with a powerful story about starting over. I think it's the perfect cautionary tale for anyone looking to find their way back to "normal".
In this series, we are going into the studio with Michael Gomez, our worship leader and music expert, to explore lessons from music relevant to our lives.
A lot is going on in the world right now. And that means there is a lot that people want to talk about. No matter how we try to avoid it this summer, you'll probably find yourself in a heated conversation or two. So, how do you have these conversations without losing your cool? Over the next few weeks, we'll share three essential rules to keep your conversations cool this summer. We'll share the rules of engagement.
We are excited to start this series on our new Church Online Platform! Tune in and watch live with us at 10:00 a.m.
The story of Exodus isn't just a story about some people a long time ago in a land far away; Exodus is our story too. It's the story of God drawing us out to draw us in. He draws us out into the wilderness, into the uncertainty and the unknown, to draw us into relationship with Him. What if this wilderness we are experiencing right now is exactly where God wants us to be? What if God is using this to make us into the people He called us to be?