Have you ever wondered how some people can be so generous? Do you struggle to figure out how to be generous yourself? In this week's message, our guest speaker, Jenny McJunkin, shares some of her journey into outrageous generosity while sharing both her heart and God's heart for generosity.
Have you ever experienced disappointment that made it difficult to follow Jesus? How do we live out our faith when we're blindsided by unmet expectations? In this week's message from Luke, Pete tells us how Jesus helped his followers through their disappointment around Jesus' death.
Do you want to make a difference in someone's life? Do you wonder how Jesus did it so well? In this week's message from Luke, our very own Sarah Fletcher shares the story of a man who climbed up a tree to see Jesus, but instead Jesus saw him and changed his life.
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.
Are you struggling to make an impact in the world around you for God's Kingdom? In this week's message from Luke, Pete talks about the incredible things God can do if we just make ourselves available, even if all we have is a few loaves of bread and some fish.
What does a community centered around Christ look like? How does one eat a meal without elbows? In this week's message from Luke, Pete gives us some insight on both of these questions through one of Jesus' parables about fighting for a seat of honor at the table