Our church is a place where all are invited in to discover who God is and the purpose He has for all of us in His story. We think church should be one of the most engaging and exciting places on the planet—a place where people of any and all backgrounds can experience a God who is real and relevant in their lives today. And that’s exactly what we want to help you do!
The greatest Christmas miracle is the Miracle of the Incarnation when Divinity put on flesh! Let's just put it out there, WE DON'T KNOW how a baby's heart starts beating OR how the infinite creator of the universe became a single cell that became the promised Savior of the world! It is another mind-boggling topic that causes us to worship our huge GLORIOUS God!
Acts 12 – Freedom
This week we see Peter miraculously freed from prison to keep the Gospel spreading and the church growing in numbers. Christians today can also experience miraculous freedom. Freedom found only in Christ, and that enables the believer to be a mighty witness of God's grace and impacting the growth of the local church.
Acts 11 - Labels
This week in Acts 11 we encounter the word "Christian" for the first time. This is a name that has been tarnished over the ages, listen as we are reminded through God's word what it really means to be a Christian and how we can redeem that name and even carry it with pride!
Acts 10 - Crossing Barriers
This week we see how both, Peter and the Roman Centurion Cornelius took steps of risky faith and how that faith ultimately proved to be the very thing that God used to make the Gospel accessible to the gentiles.
Kingdom Hearts 2: The 2 G's
Gratitude is the emotion that fuels Generosity and gratitude is fueled by Grace. Everything we have is from God including the grace that helps us obey Gods command to give thanks in everything and trust Him to supply all of our needs in Christ Jesus. Be grateful and generous!
Who would you never expect to be saved? Saul was a well educated, religious fanatic, who persecuted Christians and was opposed Jesus. But his condition before Christ was no worse than yours and your conversion is just as miraculous.