We finish Ephesians 2 with an emphasis on what Jesus’ blood offers us: Hope, Peace, and Belonging.
Happy Independence Day Weekend! Well we had a bit of a technical issue that kept us from having a live meeting. I was heart broken as I love being with you all in person and the fellowship afterwards – BUT… the message is up and life-giving/changing.
Grace is getting what you don’t deserve – in this week’s message we look at Ephesians 2 and how we can entreat and celebrate His grace in our lives.
Happy Father’s Day! In this message we continue with the rest of Ephesians chapter 1 and relate both to fathers and how God loves us. Want more of God’s power in an area of your life? Watch to find out how.
We begin a new study on Ephesians and look at how much God loves us and has a purpose for your life.
There will be no meeting tonight 6/5/2021.
Our next meeting will be 6/12/201 7:00pm EST.
As we conclude our 3 part series on Shavuot, we look at how compassion drives the kingdom of God forward. Compassion is transformative and is the essence of God’s motivation to give us His Word and make us His people.
Shavuot celebrates the gift of God’s Word to us – a gift that’s good all the time and useful (better than socks). Listen in for ways that you can use the God’s gift in your life.
Shavuot offers a reminder that there is a new identity in God waiting for us and to take heart in even the smallest changes.
Where’s God in my circumstances?! That what Naomi in the Book of Ruth cried out in frustration. When we deal with things in life that don’t go our way, the Bible gives us steps how we can find God and solutions.
In an average human life, there are 30,000 days – give or take. Doesn’t sound like a lot (especially when you think how far along you might be in that range). But when you consider that each day…every day is a second chance to be kinder, braver, better – it’s a different context. Pesach Sheni shows us the mercy of God in a second chance.