Join us for celebration Sunday as Pastor Jonathan Scott unpacks the importance of baptism and as we celebrate those who have taken the step to be baptized themselves!
As a church, we believe in standing on the essentials which looks like keeping Jesus first, prioritizing the gospel and being rooted in scripture. We believe that when we can practically understand how to implement those key aspects in our lives, things will start to change for the better. Let’s join Pastor Jason Smith as he unpacks what it looks like to stand on the essentials.
Two of the most foundational characteristics that the Bible teaches us about God is that He is holy and loving. But if holiness means being separated from sin, how can a holy God truly love a broken humanity? Let’s join Pastor Jonathan Scott as he teaches us how not only are God’s holiness and love not opposite of each other, but that they actually work together for our good.
We are committed to building bridges that connect everyone to dynamic life in Christ and one of the ways that we’re doing that is through BRIDGE GROUPS! These groups are full of people from all walks of life that you can do life with and experience relationships with on a deeper level. Let’s join Quinlan Lee and she encourages us to come and see the impact that Jesus can make in our lives through community.
How can we believe that God is fully good all the time when there is so much going wrong around us? How can we trust that He’s in control? If those sound like questions that you’ve asked yourself, you’re not alone. Let’s join Pastor Jonathan Scott as he unpacks how God can be both of these things at once.
We’ve seen a lot of tragic situations, specifically this past year, that are void of justice and lacking in mercy. If we listen to our feelings and emotions, we’ll want mercy for ourselves, and justice for everyone else. But what if, instead of following our own feelings or an arbitrary standard, we found and used God’s idea of justice and mercy; not just on others, but even on ourselves. Let’s join Pastor Jason Smith as he guides us through how Jesus faces justice and mercy and how we’re to face it as well.
Are you constantly striving to achieve? Are you always thinking about what the next thing is? Are you consistently trying to figure out your next move? Does any of this sound familiar? The list goes on and on with things that can and do fill our minds on a daily basis. Most of the time we are focused on trying to do and be so many different things that we often lose sight of our own peace. Let’s join Jason Smith as he leads us through three different and practical ways that Jesus brings us peace.
Where do you find your peace? It can be easy to attach our peace to relationships, jobs, doctors reports, etc. The list of circumstances that our peace can rely on goes on and on, but in the Bible, Jesus says that He does not give peace like the world gives. Join Jonathan Scott as he leads us through WHERE to find the peace that Jesus makes available to us.
It can be hard to think of something to be grateful for this year. Maybe you’ve experienced a loss, your job situation is up in the air or you have no idea how to be both a parent and a teacher. This year has thrown a lot of difficult and unexpected challenges our way. But we can be thankful of the fact that regardless of what changes or shifts in our lives, God is the same yesterday, today and forever. The favor and purpose He has for you is bigger than the challenges that lies ahead. Let’s join Keith Burney as he explains why there’s always a reason to be thankful.
There are many words you could use to describe this year but the word “normal” isn’t one of them. 2020 has brought some unforeseen and unexpected obstacles, including financial challenges. Join us as Jonathan Scott and Nick Dusenbury dive into conversation about practical ways we can best steward o