May 6-7, 2017 - The separation of church and state remains one of the controversial issues in our society. This matter seemed so much clearer back in Jesus’ day. Or was it? This week, we look at what Jesus said to His followers about being both citizens of their country and citizens of the Father’s Kingdom.
April 29 & 30, 2017 - Is Satan real? How much power does he have? Can the devil influence us? There are lots of opinions, but what matters is the truth. Who better to go to for the truth than the One who defeated Satan on the cross – Jesus. This week, we take a real look at what Jesus had to say about Satan.
April 22 & 23, 2017 - No one likes to be misquoted. Yet perhaps one of the most misquoted, or at least misunderstood figures in history, is Jesus Himself. Well, it’s one thing to take a political figure out of context, but quite another to misinterpret the words of our Savior, the second person of the Trinity. In this series, we look at what Jesus had to say about topics that are as relevant today as they were over 2,000 years ago.
April 15 & 16, 2017 - We say that life is filled with many questions, and we spend a lot of time asking them. We can do better. Join us this Easter weekend as we look beyond the questions, beyond the cross, beyond the tomb and instead we come face to face with Jesus. The Answer you’ve been looking for.
April 8 & 9, 2017 - John 11:45-53 - The raising of Lazarus was such a dramatic and pivotal miracle that it not only brought many people to faith in Jesus – it also instigated many to plot His death. Confronting the power of Christ always causes us to reach a decisive question: Is Jesus life for us or is He death?
April 1 & 2, 2017 - John 11:38-44 - When Jesus demanded that the stone guarding Lazarus’ tomb be moved, Martha resisted believing that only death would be found. But Jesus rebuked her by reminding her what she had been taught. When we fear that death is pushing in on us, we need to remember what Jesus has already taught us: That He is eternal life.