It is the end of the semester, and for all of us this means a transition into a new season of life. Whether you are simply transitioning into a summer away from your UVA community, or you are a fourth year transitioning into a new season of adulthood, we are all called to live with an undying love for Jesus. The question is, how do we live this out? Listen to our final MNL message of the year from our campus pastor, Pete Bullette, as he teaches us about the essentials of the Christian life and how they will enable us to live with an undying love. This message marks the end of our series in the book of Ephesians entitled Different, where we have been learning about how as Christians we are called to live lives that look different.
We have spent the first half of the semester talking about how the book of Ephesians anchors us to know who we are in Christ, now with that identity in full view we are learning about how we are called to live differently. Join us this week as our campus pastor, Pete Bullette, teaches us about why we walk differently, the ways we walk differently, and how we walk differently.
What are the things that get in the way of us experiencing the love of God? In our message this week, our campus pastor Pete Bullette talks to us about how our shame gets in the way of experiencing the love that God desires us to experience. This is the sixth message of our series in the book of Ephesians called In Christ, where we are learning about what it means to truly place our identity in Christ.
What is the nature of our salvation? What are we saved from? How are we saved? And what are we saved for? These are the questions our campus pastor Pete Bullette seeks to answer in this message.This is the third message of our series in the book of Ephesians called In Christ, where we are learning about what it means to truly place our identity in Christ.
What is the most essential resource for living life in Christ? Listen to our message from this week as our director, Pete Bullette talks about how the Spirit of wisdom and revelation empowers us to live as followers of Jesus. This is the second week of our series in the book of Ephesians called In Christ, where we are learning about what it means to truly place our identity in Christ.
Have you ever struggled with placing your identity in your performance or your popularity? This week our director, Pete Bullette, talks to us about what it means to place our identity in Christ. This is the beginning of our series in the book of Ephesians, where we are learning about what it means to live a life in Christ.
What exactly is the nature of salvation? This week, Pete Bullette tells us how our relational God established a covenant relationship with us through Jesus. Pete reads us through Revelation 19 and articulates how we must both pursue and rest in our relationship with Christ. Pete concludes by challenging us to consider if and how we are making ourselves ready for the marriage supper of the Lamb.
Pete and Rigo dive deep into the imagery of the book of Revelation, by taking a close look at Chapter 12. Join us this week as Pastor Pete walks us through the symbolic nature of the conflict between Good vs. Evil in our world of living in the now and not-yet!
How can we be Christians of steel? There is an ongoing cosmic battle between Jesus and Satan that engulfs our lives today. We are thankful to know that Jesus has already won, yet life remains difficult. Pete Bullette helps understand our current struggles in light of this cosmic battle and calls us to place our trust in the blood of the Lamb.
The Book of Revelation paints a picture of a diverse community of believers from every tongue, nation, and tribe. In honor of Hispanic History Month Rigo expands on this picture by giving us a glimpse into his story as he grew up in a Hispanic church environment and felt a call towards a life of missions.