The New Testament letter written by Jude is short – just one chapter. But it is packed with truth about the importance of The Faith in the midst of turbulent times. In this series, we’ll study this small book in detail and discover the incredible relevance to our lives today.
Kingdom Come Sunday is an opportunity for us to highlight and celebrate God’s activity through our strategic ministry partnerships. We can do so much more together than we ever could on our own, and as we unite around Christ, we are able to give many more people repeated opportunities to see and hear the Gospel of Jesus.
Everywhere we look, we find false narratives that people believe and build their lives around. This even happens with the Gospel, and the enemy of our souls attempts to twist the Good News into something that it’s not. We want to detect and identify what the Fake News is, so we can truly embrace the Gospel.
God wants people to see Jesus through His children. This is one of the significant ways He brings people to Himself. But, sometimes, we don’t always give a clear picture of Jesus in our lives. We need to figure out how to get out of the way and reflect the light of Jesus into our world.
The whole Bible centers on Jesus – even the parts before His birth in Bethlehem. As we explore the pages of the Old Testament, we see that God institutes feasts for the Israelite people to celebrate. In this series, we will discover how each of these feasts is pointing forward to Jesus – and what difference that makes in our lives today.
Faith: it’s a word that is often used, but do we really know all that it means? What place does faith have in our world today – more specifically, what place does it have in our lives? In this series, we are going to answer that by looking primarily at Hebrews 11 and discovering how faith impacts our present reality – and our future.
Have you ever felt like you couldn’t measure up to expectations? Or has it ever seemed like you were stuck in your faith? The Gospel of Jesus offers us an infinitely better alternative than our attempts at religion, because the Gospel is about God reaching down to us in the person of Jesus.