Our world often tells us that we should be focused on securing our material wealth, but this week we examine how stewardship and generosity are important elements in a life of faith.
(Jeremiah 17:1-8/Romans 12:1/Galatians 2:6-7/John 15:4/) (Length 31:56/Size 9.13 MB)
This week we are exploring the importance of sowing good seed in the lives we lead if we desire to reap a harvest of blessing.
As we consider what it means to give God our best, this week we are going to look at lessons we can learn from three different kinds of people about how we should live out our faith.
The story of Gideon shows us how belief, even if it doesn’t come easy, leads us to live out an active and daring faith.
This week kicks off our Daring Faith series, and as we start this series we look at the difference between living lives of fear or lives of faith.
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.