Man in the Mirror
Welcome to God
Carols
More - Four Myths About Money
Promise
Messy - How to

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Life is full of questions. Big questions. Hard questions. Questions that we often don’t want to think about because we’re not sure how to make it to the other side. We see this tension so clearly in the life of Peter; that finding answers means digging in, not running away. It means taking a long, hard look at our lives and seeking truth: about ourselves, about our world and our place in it and about the God who created it all. It means coming face to face with the person in the mirror.

Who is God? What does it mean to know Him? How do we do that? These are huge questions… but they are important ones.  We will be looking at those questions and more as we seek to understand what it means to know God and be known by Him. God wants us to know Him! With open arms He invites us in. We hope this series serves as a signpost on your journey saying… welcome to God.

Who is God? - Josh Crum

Follow Me - Jerry Day

Presents. Trees. Candy canes. These are some of the many things that make the Christmas season feel like Christmas. Christmas carols are another. They’re songs that many of us have sung for years. These songs are more than just nostalgia. They tell a rich story about Christmas, what it means and why it matters. Join us we experience the story of Christmas through the songs we sing.

Joy to the World - Jerry & Josh

O Holy Night - Jerry Day

We Three Kings - Josh Crum

Money. We spend our lives working to get more of it, stressing about the lack of it and wondering where it all went. We tend to believe that just a little more would fix everything.

Jesus talked about money all the time. It can’t be all bad, right?  So what is myth and what is truth? The Bible has a wealth of advice about money. See what God has to say about healthy ways to view and use our money.

“More” will change things… but it’s not always the “more” we think.

Things don’t always go how we plan. Stuff happens. Hardship is a reality. When those moments come, we can forget we are not alone. That God has not abandoned us. It can be hard to see how God is at work, but He is.

Ruth tells the story of how God kept his promises to one family through the hardships they experience on their journey. God cares for us, often in ways we can’t see or imagine. God promised He would.

Wouldn’t it be nice if family came with an instruction manual? Something to help you navigate marriage and parenting and relationships? Something to help you know how to “family” better? You’re in luck. Join us as we dig into the book of Proverbs to better understand how God created us to live and function together. We could all use help sometimes because family can be hard… family can be challenging… family can be messy.

War Words - Josh Crum

Finding the One - Jerry Day