Sometimes we get really caught up in doing the right thing, but these week we will explore how instead of giving us a checklist of things to do, Jesus calls us to be something that our world needs.
The idea of Kingdom Living can seem daunting. This week we will explore how Kingdom Living is not a daunting task set before us, but a blessing to be received from Christ.
We all encounter them. They come at those times that are most inconvenient, usually unexpected, and unwelcome. They are interruptions. This morning we will explore how they will come, how will we respond and what will we learn from His whispers to us in the process.
We have all had that moment where we forget the rest of our story mid-sentence, or we cant remember why we called someone while the phone was ringing. This kind of drift with our memories also happens in organizations. This week we are looking at the importance of staying on mission.
The Father sent Jesus to live and die and be raised from the dead to establish His church as the vehicle to rescue and restore people and ultimately all of creation. Jesus has sent us to carry on His mission by enjoying constant fellowship with the Father, Son, and Spirit, and intentionally pursuing His mission of renewal by making disciples who make disciples.
Whether we recognize it or not, everyone of us is building a legacy that will outlive us. The way that we treat others, the way we make them feel, and the lessons we have to pass on to the next generation are really important. This week we consider how we can leave a positive legacy.
Message Summary: Every family goes through Demo Days where there is disagreement and fighting that is tearing down the peace in your home. This morning we are going to look at the cause of our fighting and how we can live as peacemakers.
Without a foundation a house cannot stand the test of time and weather. That same principle is true for families as well. This week we examine how mutual submission and service is one of the foundational functions of a healthy family.
This week kicks off a series about remodeling the relationships inside of our homes. As we look at the Biblical description of the ideal family, we will take time to consider how our families need to change.
This morning as we gather to celebrate the manner that Jesus rose from the dead we will consider some of our own feelings about death and the way Jesus helps us to overcome death.