To finish off her Fall Retreat series, Sarah Malcolm poses the question: Is the Good Life What You Know or Who You Are? Sharing from a passage in Isaiah, Sarah shows us that the Good Life comes when we put God ahead of what we've done and who we've become.
For the Saturday night message, Sarah Malcolm continues her Fall Retreat message by asking: Is the Good Life Freedom from Suffering? Pulling from the story of Job, Sarah shows us how suffering can actually be an expression of God's goodness and challenges us to trust Him amidst suffering.
Sarah Malcolm continues her Fall Retreat series with another question about the good life: Is the Good Life Self-Determined? Through verses in Galatians and 1 Corinthians, Sarah consider ways we look for internal and external validation, then brings it all back to the ultimate identity we have in Jesus.
Sarah Malcolm starts her Fall Retreat series called "The Road to Identity: Conversations on the Good Life", which starts with a simple question: Is the Good Life an Independent Pursuit? She shares a story from Luke about a group of people who go above and beyond to bring their paralyzed friend to Jesus.
Who are you? After coming out of four hundred years of living in Egypt as slaves, this was a very important question for Moses and the Israelites. Abigail Herrera shares from Moses' encounter with God at Mt. Sinai on the three things that define us as followers of Jesus.
Nearly a decade in the making, we present our new series, Things I Need to be Reminded of Often. Staff member Katie Moran kicks off the series with a message out of Psalm 139, telling us that our identity lies not in our accomplishments or relation to other people, but in being children of God.
Have you ever wondered what it means to give all of yourself to Jesus? Assistant Director Josh Moran closes out our Marked by the Cross series and the Fall 2017 semester with a powerful message on what it means to live extravagantly for Jesus.
What qualified David to be the next king of Israel? You may be surprised by the answer! The reality is that we can often be led astray by worldly values and a mistaken sense of identity, when what God looks at is something much deeper.