too good to be true (3/6/16 - 3/27/16)
Is a free trip to the Bahamas too good to be true? What about buying a Bentley with two pay stubs and a J.O.B.? What about grace and hope and forgiveness for broken and hurting people? Is that too good to be true? Have you ever thought that some things that the church teaches are just too good to be true?
We get it and throughout this series we'll take the time to study what Jesus taught and some of the cultural references He made as we gain a better understanding of how to take our next step with Christ.
grace - mar 6, 2016
Is a free trip to the Bahamas too good to be true? What about buying a Bentley with two pay stubs and a J.O.B.? What about grace and hope and forgiveness for broken and hurting people? Is that too good to be true? In this message, we will take a look at a 3 day detour that Jesus took with His disciples.
power - mar 13, 2016
Pastor ryan blaylock
Do you have big, hairy, audacious goals? Have you ever tried to move a mountain? The idea of faith that can move mountains is found in Matthew 17:20 and, to be honest, sometimes this verse is at best confusing and often can be quite discouraging. Sometimes we feel helpless and verse is a mockery. In this message, we'll take a closer look at what Jesus said and why he said it as we take our next step in trusting Christ.
peace - mar 20, 2016
liz reicks - ekids director
Is it too good to be true that we can have grace and power? Hopefully you’ve been with us for the last two messages where we answered “yes!” to those questions. But now what about peace in our minds? Our vulnerabilities to mental insecurities are so powerful and debilitating, so how can we possibly have hope? Today we here a very special message about finding peace in the midst of our insecurities.
hope (easter) - mar 27, 2016
pastor ryan blaylock
It’s Friday, but when is Sunday coming? In today’s message, perhaps we can find ourselves alongside the disciples in the crushing darkness and despair they experienced on the Friday that Jesus was crucified. If the story ended there, what could we possibly have to live for? In a moment the disciples' word was obliterated... But then Sunday came and they discovered Jesus was no longer in the tomb. In a moment, the disciples were filled with hope and life and strength! Perhaps we can find ourselves alongside them in that moment as well, even though it seems too good to be true.