Tagged as Baby, Bonhoeffer, Christmas, Manger, Might
Tagged as Advent, children, Christmas, Mystery, Wonder
Tagged as Christmas, Christmas Eve, Christmas Services
On Monday, December 24 (Christmas Eve), we will have services at 3:00 and 5:00 pm. Services will be one hour long and family friendly (child care will not be available). Invite your friends and family to spend some Christmas time with us! On Tuesday, December 25 (Christmas Day), there will be no 9:00 or 11:00 services. [...] Read more »
Tagged as Christmas, Generosity, Haiti, Half for Haiti
Last Christmas (2012) we made effort to reflect Kingdom values with our wallets, and together, tried to make an enormous difference in the lives of the people of Haiti.
Join us as we celebrate the songs of Christmas by singing carols on Friday, December 7 at 7:00 pm.
Tagged as Advantage, Christmas, Crippled Lamb, Mary, Winning
In our world, we all strive to gain advantages to have a better life. However, the truth of the Kingdom is captured in the story of a crippled lamb. Greg shows us how, in the Kingdom, having advantages can be a disadvantage, and having a disadvantage can be an advantage.
Tagged as Christmas, gifts, Salvation, Through His Brother’s Eyes, Trinity
Christmas is a time of gift giving. In this sermon, Greg takes about the greatest gift that we’ve received, and he also shows how we can give back. Put on your thinking cap for this one.
Tagged as Christmas, mammon, Occupy Wall Street, Through His Brother’s Eyes, Wealth
With all of the unrest around the economy, it can be easy to preach against the rich. In this sermon, Greg takes a look at the book of James to see what he says about wealth, and he finds that there is more to the story than fairness.
On Saturday, December 24 (Christmas Eve), we will have services at 3:00 and 5:00 pm. On Sunday, December 25 (Christmas Day), there will be no 9:00 or 11:00 services.