The Being Challenge leads readers to a stronger relationship with God through simple challenges that focus on the 5 keystone habits of Jesus: community, scripture, prayer, solitude and church.
Nehemiah’s life provides an amazing study for us as followers of Jesus in what it means to “seek Christ first in all things.
Through the season of Advent, we'll keep our focus on the true joy found in the ultimate expression of God’s presence: Jesus Christ, Immanuel, God with us.
This two-part series is on how we are blessed to be a blessing. May we respond to God's faithfulness with obedience and thanksgiving.
The book of Philippians was written by Paul to the church in Philippi to thank them for their love, prayers, and financial assistance in sharing the gospel.
Discipleship has become a buzzword in the Church, but really shouldn’t be. This month, we're learning to live on mission as discipled leaders.
People might say: “What can you do? You’re just a kid.” But the Bible tells us about incredible kids who did some amazing things.
This series is designed to help us talk about the tough questions and find scripture to help us answer them in conversation.
We are taking a dive into the Apostles’ Creed to help us understand what are we confessing when we say those words in worship.
A study of Jesus as Messiah in the Gospel of Mark.
A study of Jesus as man in the Gospel of Mark.