Month: October 2018

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How is Jesus Making a Difference in Our Lives?

How is Jesus Making a Difference in Our Lives? We’ve spent eight weeks in sermons and in small groups looking at different areas of our lives, talking about the variety of ways that following Jesus is making a difference in our lives. Time – How are you committing to trusting God with your time? “But ...

How is Jesus Making a Difference in Our Lives? –Week #8: Mind

This week we're talking about stewardship of the mind. We might expect this means taking care of our mental abilities, but is that all? I hope you don't "mind" a spoiler... there's more to it than that!

How is Jesus Making a Difference in Our Lives? – Week #7: Work

We tend to think of work as just that thing we do until we retire, but really we are called to different roles throughout our lives, in our employment and otherwise. How is God calling us today?

How is Jesus Making a Difference in Our Lives? – Week #6: Community

What does it mean to be a community? Is it just about location? Or is it about something more? How does following Jesus make a difference in how we live in community with others?

Paul’s Directions for Christ’s Disciples

Love from the center of who you are; don’t fake it. Run for dear life from evil; hold on for dear life to good. Be good friends who love deeply. Practice playing second fiddle. Don’t burn out; keep yourselves fueled and aflame. Be alert servants of the Master, cheerfully expectant. Don’t quit in hard times; ...

God at the Theater: Big Fish

In the musical "Big Fish," William Bloom is on a quest to find out what's real and true about his father Edmund's stories. We too search for what is real and true in our lives and in the world.

How is Jesus Making a Difference in Our Lives? – Week #5: The Body

We know so much more about how our bodies work now than the Bible writers did, but that doesn't change our understanding that our bodies are a gift from God. God knows our bodies because He created everything including our bodies, and then even became flesh and dwelt among us (John 1:14). How does knowing Jesus make a difference in how we view and treat our bodies?