We find belonging through serving. We serve to bring glory to God, because we need you and you need us.
Helping people recognize that church is a place to belong and we need to be investing in and inviting others into the family.
A look into the oldest book in the Bible as it addresses the oldest question in humanity: "Why?"
When Jesus Christ entered the scene more than two thousand years ago, he lived out this “Grander Vision” concept—prioritizing people above all else, seeking out potential in everyone he met, and taking action to draw them toward his Father. As he departed, he in essence said, “What I’ve done, I now want you to do!"
Looking at the lives of Joseph and Mary, we learn what it means to have faith when the signs are speaking, when they are silent and when they are strange.
Understanding what it means to be guided by The Promise, we explore how the wise men were willing, watching and worshippers.
International Pastor Mark McKinstry shares his heart for Spain and a challenge to see, trust and follow Jesus.
Learning to love our community and our college
When it comes to serving others, we need to understand the hour, understand the crowd and recognize that we don't understand.
In light of the recent tragedies in our country, what is our part as Christians to be agents of peace?
Why are the fields ripe? Who is sowing the seeds? Who owns the field?
Making America great has less to do with who is in the oval office and more to do with honoring the One on the throne. Greatest is reserved for those who serve.
We do not know the hour but we know that Jesus is coming again. Understanding our future impacts our lives today.
Understanding the Holy Spirit Baptism and God's process for releasing power in our lives.
Understanding the teaching of Divine Healing, why it is still for today and how we walk in God's authority and blessings.
Salvation is an important doctrine to understand and share, as it forms the basis for our beliefs as Christians