Teaching Pastor Sean Palmer shared a message on attaining wisdom. God has not made us to walk the paths of this life alone. We are called to learn from the experience of those who have gone before us.
Guest teacher Tracy Wilde taught through the Parable of the Good Samaritan; challenging us to consider if the primary question is not merely, "who is our neighbor?", but instead whether or not we are willing to truly be a neighbor, with compassion put into action.
Our guest teacher John Ortberg offered an impactful message on the importance of the table throughout scripture, and its vitality in creating and strengthening relationships and community. As a church family, and in our homes, how will we ensure that everyone has a place at the table, and no one is left out?
This weekend, Teaching Pastor Sean Palmer shared an important message on the purpose of the Church; exploring the nature of division throughout God's story in scripture, and the call of God's people into the ministry of reconciliation.
This week, Pastor Chris Seay shares with us the opportunity to be present in our pain. He shares 4 simple things to do during this season of lament in our city as we recover and heal. Will you lean in together with our community? Join us this week as we pray the Prayer of Dependence 500 times a day.
Our dear friends, Dr. Dan Allender and Rachael Anne Clinton from The Seattle School, joined us to offer vital language and great hope for the unavoidable trauma of this challenging time. We encourage you to share it with others as we seek to not merely rebuild, but truly experience transformation as individuals, as a church, and as a city in this long season of healing.
Pastor Sean Palmer offered meaningful guidance toward finding peace and faith in a season that is overwhelming in so many ways. As the recovery from Hurricane Harvey has only just begun, how will we center our reliance on God to provide the direction and endurance needed for the long road ahead?
We were overwhelmed and grateful to gather together as a family in the aftermath of the devastating storm that has rocked Houston and our wider region. Pastor Chris Seay shared a message on our love for this city, how we face with hope and resilience the trauma we've endured, and the call of the Church to lead the way as we rebuild and restore.
Pastor Chris Seay continued our series, The Gospel According To C.S. Lewis; challenging us to combat hatred by making the first step of committing ourselves in significant and tangible actions to care for abused and neglected children in our own community and around the world. If we are to see every child with the eyes of Jesus, as our own, how will we stand defiantly against the darkness for the sake of generations to come?
Pastor Sean Palmer continued our recent series. In a "show-off" culture where we are prone to project a carefully crafted image of ourselves, prone to believe we are "better than....", how does Jesus lead us instead into the kind of humility which aligns our sight with reality? Are the deep divisions in our culture in part a product of individuals and groups lashing out over the need to feel significant at the expense of the other?