The weather of winter - cold, dreary, snow, and dark - often affords us some great movie nights unlike the sunshine and daylight of summer months. In 2018 Mickey Mouse turned 90 years old and his impact and lessons have touched the lives of countless children and families. The movies of Disney have become classics for generations - with timeless lessons and values for us all. During January we will see the lessons of scripture lived out through Disney movies.
As you scroll through your day, does it feel like everyone else has it all together? Someone always has the best job, cutest kid, or happiest relationship. We're pressured to measure up to other people's social media status updates and left with more #struggles.
This five-week series studies what it's like to live a Christ-focused life in a selfie-centered world. Topics include finding compassion, authenticity, relationships, contentment, and rest.
Throughout this sermon series, and as we break ground on our new church building for God's people of all ages, we will explore the gifts, graces, and joys of each stage of life.
Pastor Jim and Pastor Mira shared some of their favorite books of faith. Each book has shaped them in unique ways: renewing their faith, drawing them closer to Christ, or challenging them to live differently.
Study phrases that capture some element of truth - yet they also miss the point in important ways. Join us as we search for the scriptural truths.
Learn how to become new in Christ.
A closer look at "The Lord's Prayer." Learn to use this prayer as a powerful tool in our devotional lives.
We all have our favorite Christmas movies, the ones we watch year after year - movies that bring friends and families together, that inspire us, and that make us laugh. And sometimes, they remind us of what Christmas is all about - the timeless story of hope and joy and love - the birth of a child.
John Wesley, founder of Methodism, had three simple rules for the covenant groups and church he began. During this sermon series, we will look at these rules, learning what they meant to Wesley and what they mean to us today.