Pastor Chris Seay continues our Lenten series with a message about our forgetfulness. As we return to the Eucharist, tell our stories, and mark our lives and surroundings in remembrance, we are reminded of God's unfailing love and deliverance.
Pastor Sean Palmer continued our Lenten series in the story of the Exodus with a crucial word on freedom. We're not made to be free from every restraint; but when we accept the invitation to hold God above all, we open ourselves to experience true liberation from the powers that corrode our souls and keep our lives in bondage.
Guest preacher Nancy Ortberg shares a much needed word on the unique witness of the Church in a divided world. When we truly embrace our unity in and under God, stop comparing, and simply serve one another, lives are transformed in ways that we can never predict or anticipate.
This week, Pastor Sean Palmer continued our Lenten series in the story of the Exodus. Like the Israelites in this story, we find ourselves enslaved to lies and habits versus being uncomfortable. From scriptures, we find rejoicing in the news that Jesus gives us the option towards freedom versus slavery.
Pastor Chris Seay continued our Lenten series in the story of the Exodus; sharing an important and heartfelt word on God's desire for intimacy with us. We've been raised to merely follow rules, when what God truly wants from us is relationship
Pastor Chris Seay begins a conversation that we pray will guide us through the upcoming season of Lent. How might the weeks ahead be for us an exodus from the pharaohs that have taken hold of our hearts and lives?
Pastor Sean Palmer considered what the story of the paralyzed man and the film Lars And The Real Girl have to teach us about the demands of love, and how communities are called to carry the lost and hurting by way of loving acts that may seem radical, or even foolish, to the world.
Pastor Sean Palmer closed our series in Nehemiah with a challenging message of the nature and purpose of worship. We are designed to orient our lives around worship; but if we choose not to worship God, we will either worship ourselves, or idols that will inevitably devour us.
Pastor Chris Seay continued our series in Nehemiah, considering the various ways he modeled leadership, and how we are a people called into rhythms of curiosity, hospitality, focus, and celebration.
This week, Pastor Sean Palmer follows last week's message by defining what is a wall in our lives. As we examine Nehemiah's story of faithfulness and continue to build our wall, we learn from Nehemiah the need to discover the why.