Pastor Chris Seay invites us on a walking tour of Jerusalem to visit the likely sites of Jesus' death and Resurrection. In this Easter season, we continue to contemplate how God is working to manifest new life in our midst.
It was an unbelievable weekend of celebration as we gathered as a family to worship our Risen King. Pastor Chris Seay considered the phenomenon of "fake news", and in contrast, the overwhelming evidence of the transformation within the lives of the individuals and communities that bore witness to Jesus' Resurrection; a witness that continues to be passed down to this day and beyond as we seek to know, serve, and share the love of our Savior.
Pastor Chris Seay offered an invitation into Holy Week, continuing to draw from the unique insight of theologian C.S. (Jack) Lewis as we considered the character of Thomas the Apostle and how we handle doubt. Even as we stand shouting "Hosanna!" on this Palm Sunday, will we continue to investigate, wrestling with hard questions, struggling well with a story that defies easy comprehension?
Guest teacher Jonathan Martin continues our recent series exploring scripture and the unique insight of theologian C.S. Lewis. Drawing from The Great Divorce, Jonathan considers the ways that our will exists in tension with God's will for us, and how we're called to submission and release.
Pastor Chris Seay continues our series on the Gospel According to CS Lewis this week as we look at both scripture and Lewis' conversion to study generosity as Christians. Pastor Chris challenges us to live with open hands ready to give but also ready to receive.
Jack Wisdom continued our series using both scripture and the unique insight of theologian C.S. Lewis to consider our lives as a dialogue, with God and one another. In Christ, we are offered true koinonia; community, fellowship, authentic communion, a gift that is to be shared in humility with all who would hear.
Pastor Chris Seay continued our recent series exploring scripture and the unique insight of theologian C.S. Lewis, entering into the story of Nebuchadnezzar and offering us an invitation to address the places of pride and entitlement in our hearts. In this Lenten season, will we submit these places to God in the hope of transformation?
Pastor Chris Seay continued our recent series; drawing from the scriptures and the unique insight of theologian C.S. Lewis to offer us an invitation to better embrace tears. As Jesus himself modeled, we are called to weep alongside those experiencing pain and loss, and shed tears over the division and brokenness in the world.
Pastor Gideon Tsang invited us to orient our focus toward the Lenten season ahead; a journey that will be shaped by repentance ("changing our mind"), prayerfulness, and vulnerability.
Pastor Josh Hilburn invited us to consider the Church as a temple made to create space for anyone and everyone, with Jesus as our sole foundation; a people built together by God so that we'd work passionately and tirelessly to build up others.