God’s love for us is meant to share. Psalm 68:4-6 Luke 12:33-34 give us perspective about who God is and how we should respond. Let us live the message that “love gives” by being courageously generous with our time, energy, and money. Let us listen to, love, and serve those who are lonely and in need.
God’s love for us is lavish, as seen in what Jesus has done for us, as experienced in who Jesus is. Exodus 34:5-7 Galatians 3.
Jesus brings forgiveness and healing in the realization of His Good News. In Mark 2:1-12 we find a story worth repeating. Does the response of Jesus, to a hole in the roof, surprise you?
Our friend Pastor Mike Hennigan gives us a message about spiritual family.
“Love God with all, and your neighbor as yourself.” – Jesus Matthew 22:37-40. We are better together. All people are created in the image of God and, therefore, all races and ethnic groups have the same equal status and equal unique value.
Our primary concept of self-identity should not be our ethnicity, but our membership as part of the body and family of Christ.
The picture of God’s people at the climax of history depicts a multiethnic congregation from every tribe, language, people, and nation, all gathered together in worship around God’s throne.
Allison Flynn speaks.
Justin & Rebekah Kuk speak on fasting.
Ben & Kristen Faroe speak on prayer.
Joe & Anna Talaiver speak on courageous generosity.
In Acts chapter 5 we find a variety of stories that point toward a simple truth, “This message about Jesus, it is from God.” This simple message brings us a few questions to consider and action that we can take.