There's nothing better than getting a true picture of who we are, to impact the way we live. The New Testament book of Ephesians does this for us. Although it was first written by Paul to the believers in the ancient city of Ephesus, it is as much God's letter to each one of us today who are followers of Jesus Christ. And what it shows us, is that we're God's masterpiece. We're God's masterpiece, created to do good and to bring glory to our Creator.
Face time with someone you respect is valued time. Face time with God through prayer is one of life's greatest privileges. This four week series focuses on how to maximize this opportunity.
Motherhood can have many twists and turns and take you on journeys you didn't have planned. But through it all, God can make his presence known to you in ways you never imagined. Pastor Steve interviews Angela Lallman about her real life story and how, through God's grace, she discovered a different kind of wonderful in her life as a parent.
In light of the recent celebration of Easter and the reminder of the grace and the greatness of God, we experience relationship with Him. This week we are asking some questions about our identity. The identity question: "Who am I?" is important because when you know who you are, you'll know what to do. When you think of yourself, what comes to mind? What about when God thinks of you? Understanding who we are in Christ shapes everything!
Whether it is headlines of national news or circumstances in our personal lives, uncertainty is everywhere. Find something you can really count on. The Easter story has given hope and purpose to people for 2000 years. Join us on April 24th as we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ and the offer of new life through Him.
Jacob's faith story is found in the Old Testament book of Genesis, chapters 25-35 and 48-49. He was given the name Jacob because when he was born, he came out of his mother's womb with his hand grasping the heel of his twin brother, Esau. This was the right name for Jacob for another reason. He carries with it the idea that he will do whatever it takes to get what he wants. He was someone who took things into his own hands, which added a great deal of challenge to his life with God.
Over the next several weeks, we will explore the origins and teachings of other world views. This series will show their similarities and differences, and how each one differs from Christianity.
Centered is one way of describing a person who knows what they want in life and stays focused on doing what's most strategic to make it happen. This two week series looks at the two most important things we can do to grow in our relationship with God in 2011.