Sermons Current Series The season of Lent calls us to make a journey together. Over these six weeks, we are encouraged to deeply consider the gift of eternal life that is available to us in Jesus Christ. As we consider the love, dedication, sacrifice, and triumph of Jesus, we may recognize anew the call to grow in these attributes ourselves, walking with Him. The key to experience a renewed faith in this way is to share the journey with others.
Eternity is Now in Session 200th Anniversary Celebration Keys to a Relationship with God Preparing the Way Rhythms of Anticipation Art of Neighboring Beautifully Broken: Our Story in Christ The Path: Finding the Way of Wisdom Responding to the Resurrection Liturgy of the Ordinary To Be Encountered Love First 200th Anniversary Kickoff How Can I Keep From Singing? Living with a Curious Hope Ascend Lord, Teach Us to Pray Rise: The Power of the Resurrection Living the Jesus Creed: Loving God. Loving Others. Magnify: Reflect. Celebrate. Strengthen Love Incarnate Love Without an Exit Strategy Keys to Reconciling Love I Will Go Approved: Misused Passages of the Bible and What They Really Mean Our Only Comfort Living as Children of the Light Emmanuel: God with Us One Generation to the Next Learning to Fish for People Special Services The Book of James Grumbling About Grace
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We demonstrate our allegiance to the Lord Jesus in practical, everyday ways: in how we think, talk, walk, and work.