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31 Days of Prayer

31 Days of Prayer

“Prayer is meant to be the conversation where your life and God meet.” Paul E. Miller

But for most of us, prayer is so challenging that unless our circumstances demand it, we simply do not pray. And when we fail to pray, our lives become marked by fear, anxiety, exhaustion and spiritual lethargy.

This series at its simplest is learning to make conversation with God a rhythm of our life.


Advent

Advent

Advent is the four-week season leading up to Christmas Day. Traditionally, Advent begins in darkness, and churches worldwide gradually light candles throughout the season to symbolize Jesus, the Light of the World, coming into the world.

Christmas, however, rarely starts in darkness these days. By the time we get to Thanksgiving, our world is an over-lit affair, with TV screens and phone notifications begging us to ATTEND THIS, BUY THIS, and DO THIS. The lesson, then, is not to simply find light-- but to Rediscover the Light that brings meaning to our lives and to the season.

This Light, of course, is Jesus, of whom the apostle John writes, “In him was life, and that life was the light of all mankind” (John 1:4).
Rediscovering the Light takes planning and intentionality. If we follow the currents of the world around us, they will lead us to where we end up every holiday season-- exhausted, let down, and stressed out. So instead, let’s experience this season differently and Rediscover the Light.


Acts

Acts

There are over seven billion people on earth, and 1 out of 3 identify as Christian. How did something so massive and so widespread begin?

The book of Acts answers this question - it tells the story of the early church and how it grew from a few followers into a movement - and in this series, we will talk about the kind of story it takes to change the world.


Just My Type

Just My Type

If you've ever had a tricky or challenging relationship (I'm casting a wide net here), then join us through this series, and we'll figure this out together.


Creed

Creed

Credo is the first word of the Apostles’ Creed in Latin. It means “I Believe.” Before we explore what Chirstians believe, why they believe it, and why it matters, we have to unpack belief itself. What do we mean when we say we believe? What are our sources of belief - and the reasons we believe? How do our beliefs affect our actions and life?


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