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What we believe matters. It has implications for how we live, what we focus on, and how we look at the world. Early Christians thought that it was important to believe the right things about faith, and to point out the wrong beliefs. They called these wrong beliefs heresy. We have inherited a pretty negative view of that word. heretic denotes people who are judgmental or close-minded. But in reality, these early Christians were simply trying to point out why certain beliefs didn’t best represent God. In this series, we will explore modern day “heresies” – beliefs that are arrived at in good faith but may have unintended implications for our faith in God.
January 23, 2022
Scripture: 1 John 4:1, 1 Corinthians 15:1-4, 12, 17-19
January 30, 2022
Reincarnation and Resurrection
Scripture: Genesis 1:31, Genesis 2:7, Revelation 21:1-3, 5
Matthew 22:2, Esphesians 2:5-6
February 6, 2022
The Bible Is Just Another Book
Scripture: John 5:39-40, 46-47, 1 Timothy 3:16-17
February 13, 2022
It’s Enough to Be a Good Person
Scripture: Luke 5:27-32, Romans 6:1-2
In Galatians, the Apostle Paul is writing to a community about how they can show themselves to be followers of Christ – when they live in the power of the Spirit, their lives won’t be filled with selfishness and vanity, but will demonstrate love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control. In this series, we learn how we can cultivate the fruit of the Spirit in our lives.
The You, You Meant To Be
January 2, 2022
Scripture: Galatians 5:16-23
January 9, 2022
Scripture: Galatians 5:22-23a, 1 Corinthians 13:4-5
Colossians 3:12-13a, Ephesians 5:8-9
January 16, 2022
Scripture: Galatians 5:22-23a, 2 Peter 1:5-6a, Matthew 5:5
We don’t know why the Grinch hated Christmas. We just know he did. If we’re being honest, there’s probably something within the Christmas season celebration that awakens a Grinch within all of us. Join us as we explore the faith themes in the Christmas classic How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Perhaps we might find, like the Grinch, that the very thing we think we hate is the one thing that changes our life.
The Heart that grew three sizes
November 28, 2021
Scripture: Isaiah 64:1-2, 6-7; Amos 5:21, 23-24;
Matthew 2:6; Romans 12:9
December 5, 2021
Scripture: Isaiah 60:3-6; Zechariah 7:9-10; Matthew 3:7b-12
December 12, 2021
Scripture: Matthew 2:11; Luke 1:26-38; Luke 1:52-53
December 19, 2021
Scripture: Psalm 136:1-3; Luke 2:8-20; Romans 12:17-21
“Yes” can fee like a four-letter word when we become over extended, when our “yeses” cause us to be taken advantage of or when we begin to resent those who we said yes to. But, “yes” doesn’t have to feel like a four-letter word. Join us as we look at how to say “yes” to the right things.
Money has a direct connection to our values, our faith, and the health of our relationships. It’s no wonder that in the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus presented a radical message about our “treasure” and our hearts. Throughout this series we will examine what our treasure is. How do we spend our time, energy, and money? And, if our hearts follow our treasure, as Jesus taught, how do we make sure they are aligned?
As a culture, we are living in crazy times. Never before have we been more informed, engaged and connected. But with conflict over the pandemic to celebrity scandals to racial injustice, never before have we been more confused, angry and divided. What in the world is going on? In our new five week series, we will explore topics – like cancel culture, polarizing views and mob mentality – through the lens of what Jesus would have to say about them.
What in the World?
September 5, 2021
Scripture: Matthew 7:3-5, John 8:4-11, 2 Corinthians 5:18-21
September 12, 2021
Scripture: Luke 19:36-40, Luke 23:18-32, John 14:6
September 19, 2021
Scripture: Matthew 26:56, Mark 15:40, 46-47, Mark 16:1-2,
Matthew 28:1, 5-8
September 26, 2021
Scripture: 1 Corinthians 13:5, James 1:22,
Matthew 28:1, 5-8
October 3, 2021
Scripture: James 2:14-17
Minecraft and Among Us video games have taken the world by storm in the last several years. But what can these games teach us about God? Join us as we game through religion.
Few things in life are more memorable than a road trip and summer is the perfect time to hit the road! Join us as we explore how those summer road trip experiences can help us grow in faith.
We long to connect with God over the sorrows in our lives and in the world. Lament is the ancient practice of expressing anger and pain to God. The practice of lament has often been lost or seen as taboo in the church. Join us as we explore the power of lament.
The Holy Spirit is God’s present activity in our midst. Through the Holy Spirit we sense God’s presence, comfort, leading, and strength in our lives. If you are going to grow deeper in your faith you need the presence of the Holy Spirit in your life. Join us as we explore the work of the Spirit in our lives.
May 16, 2021
Scripture: Job 33:4, Acts 2:17a, Joel 2:28a, John 14:15-17,
May 23, 2021
Scripture: Isaiah 64:8, John 3:5, Romans 8:14,
Galatians 5:16, 22-23a
May 30, 2021
Scripture: Acts 1:8, 1 Corinthians 12:7, 28,
1 Corinthians 14:12
Is science and faith at odds? Do you need to reject science to be a Christian? Do you need to reject Christianity if you ascribe to the theories of science? Join us as we explore the relationship between science and religion.
Science and Religion
April 11, 2021
Scripture: Psalm 19:1-6
April 18, 2021
Scripture: Genesis 1:1-19
April 25, 2021
Scripture: Genesis 1:20-31
May 2, 2021
Scripture: Luke 8:43-48
May 9, 2021
Scripture: Micah 6:8,
Learn to BE LOVE. Throughout Jesus’ ministry He teaches how to love with heart, soul, mind, and strength through reckless love. In this series we will see how we can love as Jesus and, in the process, love our neighbor more fully and deepen our relationship with God.
February 21, 2021
Scripture: Mark 12:28-34
February 28, 2021
Scripture: Luke 5:1-11
March 7, 2021
Scripture: 1 John 3:1-3
March 14, 2021
Scripture: 1 John 2:7-11
March 21, 2021
Scripture: 1 John 3:16-18
March 28, 2021
Scripture: 1 John 4:13-21
Anxiety. Sadness. Anger. Compassion. God has given each of us the capacity to feel deeply. The Bible shows us many examples of Jesus’s emotions: love, compassion, righteous anger, sadness, and more. In this series, we’ll look at how Jesus processed emotions so we can better process our powerful emotions and can start to understand how God will use them for good.
Do you ever feel like you are just repeating the same tasks day after day after day? What if this New Year is an opportunity to make some changes in our lives? Start again. Leave things behind. Start new practices. Hit Reset.