This pandemic--and the resulting social isolation--is more than an interruption and intrusion; it is an opportunity.
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This series is based on Mark Batterson's book,
Draw the Circe: The 40 Day Prayer Challenge.
We are embarking on a 40-day journey to develop the habit of prayer that will continue on day 41 and beyond.
In this series, Pastor Rob loosely follows the plot of the Charles Dickens' classic,
A Christmas Carol.
Over the course of three chapters in Matthew (5-7), we read some of Jesus' most challenging teaching. This series will exam this "Sermon on the Mount" section by section to see what we can learn.
We have not been called to navigate this life along. We have been called to deep, committed Christian community.
Worship is significant. Worship is important. Worship is part of who we are and how we live. But what is worship? Why do we worship? How do we worship? This series endeavors to answer these fundamental questions. The answers will give new meaning to, purpose for, and reason for worship.
Looking at different topics connected to families
We will explore answers to 3 Big Questions:
Why am I alive?
Does my life matter?
What is my purpose?
Jesus is many things to many people. However, if people knew who he really is, they would want to know him.
Learning to flourish in difficult times