What controls you, rules you. We so often settle for lesser gods and heroes. The Old Testament book of Judges tells the story of people trying to live their lives without the truth, grace, and power of their loving God. Join us this summer to find out what happens when everyone does what is right in their own eyes. Spoiler Alert: it isn't pretty!
Finding mental stability is a daily struggle for most of us. Our moods and emotions are untrustworthy guides to the inner peace we seek. Maintaining mental health includes anchoring our identity to Jesus, actively entrusting God with our lives, connecting to healthy/loving people, growing our capacity for hope, and seeking the healing work of the Spirit.
Living the life God invites us into requires wisdom. Each day we make choices that are either wise or foolish. How you choose matters. This summer we'll focus on wisdom and what God has to say about it.
It's being faithful with the little things, like seeds, yeast and salt that can make a big difference. As we begin a new year, we'll explore how when we're faithful in the little things we will be entrusted with greater things.
We're all searching for ways to unclutter, uncomplicate, unplug, and find simplicity. This Christmas, we're turning to God's eternal messages of hope, peace, joy and love as we reconnect with rest, less, space and grace during this season of anticipation and celebration.
Wandering, Not Lost uses real stories from the life of Moses to help us think about how we live our lives. We'll explore the pace we set, what we focus on, who we invite in, the work we make time for, how we deal with anger, and more.