Our guest teacher, Jim Nutter, offers insight into Transfiguration Sunday, the journey of transformation that lies ahead in Lent, and the invitation of Jesus to more fully live into His death, that we might also share in His promise of life made new.
Pastor Chris Seay concludes our series on Heaven and Hell with a discussion about choices we make; to submit ourselves to His better plan, or reject our rightful identity as His image bearers.
Pastor Chris continues our series on heaven and guides us through scripture on what Heaven will be like and how amidst this broken, temporary life, we can experience and share moments of heaven on earth.
Pastor Chris Seay begins a new teaching series on how Heaven changes everything. We are invited to live as people who find hope not in this world, but in a God who is making all things new.
Pastor Chris explores the life of John Newton, the writer of the Hymn, Amazing Grace, and invites us to explore this amazing grace that is for everyone
Pastor Josh Hilburn invites us into a different kind of plan; a new year marked not by what we can accomplish or change, but by transformation through a deeper relationship with Jesus.
Pastor Josh Hilburn asks about how we view God, and invites us to receive God's good gift of himself; transforming our identity and rhythms of love for one another.
Pastor Chris Seay continues our Advent teaching with a call to live in the light as followers of the coming King. We are joined by musical guests the African’s Children Choir, our friends and water partners in Uganda. To support water projects with the African’s Children Choir visit ecclesiahouston.org/advent
Jack Wisdom and Steve Turley complete our in depth teaching of the Magnificat, also known as Mary's song—a song of anticipation and praise for the coming King.
Pastor Chris Seay continues teaching on our Advent journey, as we anticipate the arrival of a radically new kind of king. Our King who comes to liberate all people, inviting us to embrace citizenship of his eternal kingdom.