Sermon Series


Engage

As a faith family, we have seen God do great things in and through us. But as we look around, we know there is still much left to be done. We long to see a move of God in our church and community that will result in our vision becoming reality – to see our world changed by the gospel one life at a time. How does God want us to take the next step as a group of Christ-followers living on mission together? Join us as we engage God through His word and prayer and engage our community in anticipation of the upcoming fall launch.


Life On Mission

God is inviting you to join in His mission - to see our world changed by the gospel one life at a time.


The Story

While the Bible is filled with compelling narratives of love, triumph, heartbreak, and drama, it's not just a random collection of stories.


ONE

William Carey, the father of modern missions, once gave this challenge to Christians, "Expect great things from God; attempt great things for God." We are called to the most significant mission in the world - to glorify God by making disciples who change the world. Change the world? Really? Is that even possible?



The Gospel Centered Family

Join us as we discover how the gospel shapes us, changes us, and gives us a fresh vision for our roles as husbands, wives, parents, children, and singles.


Mark

The Gospel of Mark is an eyewitness account of what happens when people come face to face with Jesus. In Mark’s fast-paced, action- oriented, writing style we see the identity and mission of Jesus on display in these snapshots of redemption.


We Give

As Christians, we know that we should give. And most of the time, we love to give. But the growing pressure to make ends meet combined with our culture's obsession with always having more, fear often gets in the way of generosity. When we let it, fear has the potential to rob us of an intimate relationship with God and the opportunity to make a huge difference in people's lives.



The Thrill of Hope

Do you remember as a child what it was like enduring those days before Christmas? It was the waiting, the anticipation, the hope that made Christmas Christmas.