Confidence. Joy. Freedom. We all want these, but how do we get them?
Struggling to have these things is normal. If we look closer, we realize that living without confidence, joy and freedom is a symptom that we’re not living with God and his power to transform us.
But when we engage a relationship with Jesus, it changes everything. He empowers us to believe, say and do the things that give us a life filled to the brim with the good things God always meant for us to experience.
In this series, With or Without, we’ll dig into the Bible to see that when we begin to live our lives with God we change from the inside out, living without harmful beliefs, words and actions.
Jesus is a fascinating individual. In the historical accounts of His life, He can be found breaking cultural norms to bring light and hope to those who were oppressed, bending the laws of nature to reach those who doubted, and extending compassion to the hurting. He not only lived a life of passionate humanity, but demonstrated His divinity to the fullest extent by raising Himself from the dead.
In this series, we’ll spend some time in the Gospel of John, leaning into the signs Jesus gave us to show that He was God. We’ll get an in depth look at the Man that changed lives in the ancient world and discover that He is still changing lives today.
Join us as we get to know The Most Interesting Man in the World.
You know that Monday morning moment, when a co-worker asks about your weekend but you can’t remember what you did? Sometimes it feels like life is happening to us, not the other way around.
This series, Life Intentionally, is an exploration of how a few simple shifts in our mindset can help us to live on purpose, even when we’re on auto-pilot. When we intentionally build our lives and thoughts around the truth of the Bible, living out that truth in community, and serving those around us as a response to God’s love, we can know that our time and energy is being spent on what matters most.
Join the conversation to see what can happen when we approach life, intentionally.
Love is not just a feeling. Real love involves action—it takes grit and is often messy. It’s what we do to care for the people around us, which ripples out into our communities, and even across the globe.
It’s What We Do is an exciting, month-long initiative, discovering what it means to live from a place of radical love.
StartingApril 1st and for the next 35 days, we’ll engage inspiring weekend messages, daily challenges, and simple spiritual practices to help us experience God’s radical love and put it into action.
Join us for this series, It’s What We Do, and come out on the other side with a fresh perspective on how love can be what you do every day.
Love and sex. These topics are never far from our minds. That’s why we’ll be exploring them in our next series, Our Mixtape: 7 Songs We Fell in Love To.
From the first date to growing old together, our relationships are meant to be an adventure. With all the great aspects of true adventures – excitement, danger, joy, endurance, passion – love is meant to last for the long haul. And as love matures, it gets better with every step in the journey.
Join us as we step into full view of God’s vision for romance in our lives. We’ll find practical wisdom to help us experience true joy in our relationships.
If you’ve ever thought, it’s time for me to finally __________, you’re in good company.It’s a common problem for all of us. We tend to think achieving the right circumstances in our lives will make us the best person we can be. While New Year’s resolutions are great tools to keep us on track, they’re not the right tool for overhauling who we are.In this series, Good Goals, Bad Gods, we will discuss how pursuing a God-directed life brings the balance and perspective to our dreams that will ultimately make us our best selves.
This weekend Pastor Ryan encouraged us to take some time to reflect back on the last twelve months of our life. As we reflect, we want to take time to capture and journal about the things we spent our time doing over the course of 2017. John 10:10 talks about the abundant life; this kind of life is available to all of us, and it is something that God invites us to join into with him. This does not happen by accident, but we enter into it as we continue to submit our lives to God’s leading and his way of thinking.Ryan challenged us to make a habit of reflecting on this past year, and in doing so thank God for the ways that he worked in our lives, and then ask for his leading in 2018.
String the lights, deck the halls, bring on the snow (at least for Christmas Day). The fun of the holiday season also brings the things we want most to the forefront. And we want simple things: for our relationships to work, things to go our way, everyone to get along – in a word, happiness.
But as we all know, our interactions with each other during the holidays don’t always turn out the way we envision them.
So This Is Christmas is a series offering a practical perspective on inviting Jesus into every moment of our Christmas season. See how his presence can change us and the dynamics of the situations we find ourselves in.
You may have heard about having a relationship with God or following Jesus. But how does it actually work for humans to interact with a God who is a spiritual being?
When we do life with God in real time, and interact with him as a personal friend instead of an impersonal force, it causes us to live differently. Our outlook on life and our priorities change dramatically.
In this series, Live Differently, we’ll get a clear picture of the tools God gives us to interact with him and what it means to live with God every day.