Questions: If God is good, Why is there so much bad?

Wars, famine, natural disasters, murder, sickness. Why is there so much bad in the world? Where is God when there is so much bad in? Does He care? Does He see? What, if anything, is He doing about it? find the answer to these questions.

Questions: Is Jesus the only way?

Got Questions? Who says Jesus is the only way? Aren’t there many roads to God. Who are you to say what’s the exact way? Shouldn’t we just let every person figure it our for themselves, and believe what is best for them? What makes the Christian Church right? “Is Jesus the ONLY way?”  

Got Questions? : Part 1 Who needs Church?

Got Questions? Part 1: Who Needs Church?   Anyone who enters the church expecting perfection does not understand the nature of that risk or the nature of humanity. Just as every romantic eventually learns that marriage is the beginning, not the end, of the struggle to make love work, every Christian must learn that church…

Growing Up: Deep Relationships

We need friends, and church is the best place to make friends. Unfortunately, many are part of a crow, but find themselves to be terribly lonely. We hunger for deep relationships, bu we don’t know how to find or form them. You may day that you don’t need friends, but you do. Jesus Himself had…

Growing Up: Faith in every Circumstance

Part 6:Faith in every Circumstance Romans 8: 1-39 The Word of God is a believer’s insight to the personality of God. It is how we learn His likes and His dislikes, what pleases His heart, and what makes Him angry. It shows us how He feels about us, and how He is going to operate…

Growing Up : Part 5 Being Transformed

  Growing UP Part 4: Daily Habits . Be transformed Bottom Line: Transformation is not just a biblical concept, but a tangible work of Christ. Three areas of evident transformation: 1. Relationships a. I will never grow as much alone as I will with other believers (Ephesians 4:11-16) 2. Worship 3. Service a. We have…

Growing Up: Daily Habits

Our Daily habits determine our direction. Like going to the gym builds muscle and strength, our daily habits as a believer cause us to grow and be more like Christ.

Dawn of a New Day

    This weekend we are making some changes to help us serve families in a greater way. In this message, we’ll catch a vision of what the future looks like when your family and your church work in harmony to create “orange.” There’s incredible impact when the church and home work together to strengthen…