This week we have the privilege of sitting under the teaching of Dr. Bruce Lowe, a New Testament Professor at Reformed Theological Seminary, who shares a rich word on the transformative process of our sanctification in Jesus, and the role of community on that journey.
"Let the redeemed of the Lord tell their story."
Our stories have the power to connect us in community, encourage the hurting, and even remind us of how faithful God has been to us – but only if we open our mouths and tell them.
This Palm Sunday, our Lead Pastor, Miles Fidell, finishes out our Trust the Story series with a word from Psalm 107 on the power of sharing your story.
"Just trust God." It's advice we have all given or gotten more than we can count, but what do we actually mean when we say it? This week, our Lead Pastor, Miles Fidell, returns to the story of Moses to deliver a word on how trusting God begins with knowing His heart.
Do you find yourself feeling unqualified, unworthy, or unable to step into what God has for your life? This week, Gage Henry, our College & Community Pastor, shares an encouraging word from the story of Moses on how we all can find our belonging in the story God is writing, if only we can release the lies we believe disqualify us.
How can we stop the cycle of writing sin into our story over and over again? This week, our Worship Pastor, Matt Cole, takes us to the book of Genesis to deliver a practical message on how we can shift the center of our stories from our past and sin to the mercy and peace available today in Jesus.
When our life is falling apart, we have a natural tendency to rely desperately on God — but how do we remain in a position of constant trust even when life is easy? In the second week of our “Trust the Story” series, our Lead Pastor, Miles Fidell, shares a word on how a fresh encounter with the mercy and presence of God can keep our hearts faithfully focused on Him.