Gail Cooper brings a Mother's Day message from the book of Ruth.
God's sovereignty, love, and protection are always with us, even when we can't see them.
God has given every believer some big promises. Those promises were made in the Old Testament first, but they are still at the core of God's heart today. They have never, nor ever will change. This 6 week series we will be looking at the ancient celebration of Passover and see God's heart for us in the four cups of wine. These four cups represent four CORE promises that have never changed. Through this series you will find the transforming hope of Jesus in every message. Join us for this exciting new series!
What if you took more risks in life? What if your life were different? What if you knew that salvation wasn't just to save you from hell, but to give you life abundantly? What would your life look like?
It's a new year and it's time to get back to the basics. This series is designed to help individuals critically evaluate their life and, before anything else, put God first.
God is with us â€“ in answered promises, realized dreams, and refreshed hope. How could we help but sing? Letâ€™s explore the songs born from our joy that Christ has entered the world. Join us for Carols.
Jesus is more than just a man. Throughout history, He is known for infinitely many other things.
Prayer is a powerful weapon. God is perfect, but we Christians live in a fallen world. We not only need to know our real enemy, but also we need to know that we have been given all power to defeat him.
Art + Light discusses how both culture and God can collide in our life, teaching us how we can use this experience to become masterpieces for our Heavenly Father.
This series will reveal the incredible power of the seven miraculous signs of Jesus found in the Gospel of John, showing how they are not simply something Jesus did in the past but also something He wants to do in the now, in the present. This message series is based on Mark Battersonâ€™s book, The Grave Robber, which shares true stories of modern-day miracles and brings to light the countless everyday miracles we take for granted--miracles that point us toward the One who healed the sick, calmed the storm, and yes, even raised the dead.
"Our impossible situations are God's greatest opportunity to reveal His glory. Sometimes it's hard to believe that God still does miracles. We don't expect Him to move in miraculous ways in our day-in and day-out lives. Maybe we'd like to see miracles, but it's hard to see past our problems. All that is about to change, like water into wine."