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.
Pastor Chris continues our series drawing from Scripture as well as the unique insight of theologian C.S. Lewis to consider how we're called to care for children, and our collective responsibility and privilege to raise and encourage them in their growing faith.
Pastor Chris Seay returns to the series we've recently begun, engaging with scripture and the unique wisdom and insight of theologian C.S. Lewis. This week, Chris invited us to consider matters of vocation and calling, and how our lives at work can more fully reflect the light of Christ.
Pastor Gideon Tsang challenges us to a live out our true identity by "consenting" to the love of God. Instead of endless striving, we are invited to embrace the good news that God is completing a good work within us. Our consent draws us towards a willingness to let God do His work in His way.
Pastor Chris begins a new series that we'll revisit throughout the year; engaging with scripture and the unique insight of writer & theologian C.S. Lewis. If we desire true and lasting transformation in 2017, it begins from the inside out; with the renewal of our minds, and hearts shaped by obedience.
Pastor Josh Hilburn invited us to consider our lives as united with that of Jesus, and to ask ourselves where we have sought meaning elsewhere. As we focus not on pleasure or power, but on relationships, spiritual health, and participation in God's mission of reconciliation, we discover our true purpose and impact in the world.
Pastor Chris invites us to consider how we might grow in self-awareness in this new year; gaining insight about our "blind-spots", humbly acknowledging places in our lives and hearts that long for transformation, while finding great comfort in the perfect love of our Father and Creator.
As we gathered to welcome the new year, our guest teacher Sean Palmer addressed diversity and division; inviting us to consider how we weigh our convictions, the giving and receiving of truth spoken in love, and the need to gain perspectives that differ from our own.