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Our community, nation, and world seem more divided than ever.

Each day there are new headlines that show a seemingly ever-expanding gap between us.

Words of hate are spoken. We are divided on politics… Race and income… Education and heritage.

We elevate our personal opinions as fact, and those who disagree must be corrected at all cost. It seems we are being pulled apart faster than we can come together.

We’re divided.

But we were made to live by something greater than our opinions.  God has called a people to help reconcile this divide. A people made up of different colors, backgrounds, walks of life… but are joined together by the message of Jesus. This diverse group of people is called the Church.

Since its inception, the Church was never meant to be a building or an institution, but a worldwide movement... A movement that model’s Christ love through our unity, our words, our service, our families… A movement that doesn’t run away from the chaos, but runs straight toward it… A movement that has the power to bridge differences and divides.

We’re called to join together in His mission. When the Church unites, amazing change can happen. In a time of great division, we can stand United.


What is God really like? How we answer that question can define us. We often answer from the vantage point of our experiences, religious background, or family history. Over the next few weeks, we will look at one of the most important and neglected passages in the Bible. Amazingly, God actually tells us what He’s like – and it’s even better than we can imagine. It just takes the right perspective. 


Beyond Sunday

Sunday gives the Christ follower a needed time of worship, equipping, and community. Sunday is the foundation of our week…but Sunday is only the beginning. Over the weeks ahead, by looking at John 13 – 17, we will see ways each one of us can live out a fully committed Christian life every day of the week.


Everyone has their thoughts on who Jesus is. Some may think He only loves good people while others think He was just a historical figure who died. But the real Jesus is often different than common images of Him. Over the next few weeks, we will look at some of those common myths and through Scripture get a clearer understanding of who He really is.

The Gospel According to Genesis

Before the veil was torn. Before Christ’s death in our place. Before His miraculous birth. Before God spoke through a burning bush. And before the supernatural exodus out of Egypt. Thousands of years before it’s completion… The story of the Gospel had already begun… While the story is for us, it is not about us. It is about God. And in His story, we find our story. In order for the end to matter you must go back to the beginning.

Do Over

Ever wish you could have a do-over? We’ve all been there. Choices in our relationships, finances, or faith, can often leave us wishing we could try again. While our past may shape us, it doesn’t have to define us. No matter what, a fresh start IS possible. 

The Big Give 2016

Jeremiah 29:7 says, But seek the welfare of the city where I have sent you into exile, and pray to the Lord on its behalf, for in its welfare you will find your welfare. 

God is Stronger

Life can be overwhelming. It’s easy to feel helpless and leave little room for hope. While there are many things in this world that appear powerful… God is Stronger.

Why I’m Not a Christian

No matter what your thoughts are on Christianity, chances are you have an opinion. Over the weeks ahead, we will be looking at some of the common objections and questions concerning Christianity. 


We will journey through much of Luke’s meticulous investigation of the life, death and resurrection of Jesus. We will see how the Kingdom of Jesus is unlike anything anyone expected. It deals with Jesus’ divinity, over disappointments and decisions that need to be made.

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The Pursuit of Happiness

Everybody wants to be happy. Pursuing happiness is built into every person, of every age. We often think we’ll find it in a new relationship, or that next accomplishment – yet true, lasting happiness somehow eludes us. Contrary to popular belief, God is not anti-happiness. He actually invites us to be happy in Him.

Elephant in the Room

“Culture” has been defined as a ‘widely held set of beliefs and values.’ The Gospel is The Good News of the person of Christ and His work on the cross. The church is called not to be angry at the culture or apathetic toward the culture – but to engage the culture with the gospel.