• The question is not IF you will worship but WHO and HOW you will worship -  Everyone is born a worshipper. True worship happens when we encounter God in a way that leaves us changed and causes us to surrender all we are for his glory. This series explores ways we can encounter God for worship. 


  • Discipleship is about the next step in a Jesus-first life. Jesus calls us to follow him, and that is only possible if we are willing to forget what is behind and move FORWARD>


  • Names are important. They can tell us how to address a person and they can remind us about a person's character. God, through Isaiah, speaks about the coming Messiah who will come as a baby and be as a light in the middle of darkness. Isaiah uses four phrases to describe the nature and character of this child who will one day make all the difference in the world. 


  • There is no question that Jonah is one big story. Whether you have a background in church or not, Jonah and his encounter with the great fish is a story as familiar as any one can find. Beyond his encounter beneath the waves, the story of Jonah is bigger than a fish tale: It is the story of the relentless pursuit of a merciful God.