This week kicked off our new series WHY NOT? For three weeks we will be focusing on God’s view of money together as a church!
Join us for the final week of of our series, “Battle.”
Do you want to be bitter … or be better? As we continue through this challenging season of Covid we all find ourselves in a variety of attitudes, opinions and stances. Many of us are frustrated but in our frustration, we run the risk of missing an opportunity that God wants for each of us. When we get through this season and look back, will we be able to say that we are “better” because of it, or “bitter?” God wants better for you and I and He has outlined the path to ‘better’ in Romans chapter 8.”
We live in a world of wants. I want this, you want that but have you ever thought about what God wants for you! Have you ever considered that it includes things that are better than you ever imagined? But what are they and how do we position ourselves to experience it?
You were created to experience life with others but for so many people loneliness and isolation are the norm. With so much division and conflict between people in our world it is no wonder that so many find it hard to find a connection with healthy community. But it doesn’t have to be that way. God says that it is possible and in week 2 of our series “Circle Up”, we will be talking about solutions that you can apply today.
Join us for week 3 of our series, “At The Movies.” Groups Pastor, James Jones, talks through the movie, “Yesterday.”
God doesn’t take pleasure in you being imprisoned by regret. He wants to set you free. This weekend, Pastor James Jones unpacks how to life a life free of regret
Think about all the things we tend to search for in life. Things like happiness, money, freedom, peace, and more. Humans arguably spend a majority of their time searching and seeking, and thanks to Google, it’s easy to search for just about anything you can think of. But what are we ultimately searching for? In this message, James lays out 3 key things we should be searching for – three things that are sure to revolutionize our life, change our destiny, and transform our legacy.
In the last message of the year (and the decade!), Pastor James wants us to usher in 2020 knowing how to examine ourselves, Jesus-style. Together we’ll take a spiritual “selfie” and ask God, “What do I do?”