Are you ready for an adventure of faith? Let’s join Abraham as he hears God and sets out for the unknown, showing us how to have a trusting, indestructible faith.
In a world where everything can be destroyed, how can our faith be indestructible? Join us this week as we explore the true meaning of indestructible faith as shown in Hebrews 11, and discover how our faith can be the most pleasing to God.
Do you ever wish you had a really strong faith? A faith that could withstand hardship, persecution, conflicts, and uncertainties? A faith that pursues God and finds peace, that does not give in to fear, that trusts God in all circumstances and that brings goodness and justice into the world? We need an INDESTRUCTIBLE faith! We are going to learn from the experts – those saints listed in Hebrews 11 in what is often called the “Hall of Faith.”
Pastor Beth and Kevin Singleton teach together on the topic of Biblical Justice and Confronting Racism.
In the light of the current national discussion on justice and racism, we are taking two weeks to discuss these issues from a biblical point of view. Listen with an open heart to hear and learn and be a people who stand for justice in the world.
One of the deepest longings of the human heart is for intimacy. We hunger for relationship with someone who knows us well and with whom we can be open and free. As we finish up our series on the Psalms this week we will see the psalmists boldly express their unabashed love and intimacy with God, and learn how we may enter into such closeness with Him ourselves. May God awaken our thirst for Him!
You are invited on a journey this week. A journey with the psalmist singing the Psalms of Ascent on his way to Jerusalem. You and I are pilgrims on a similar journey – let us sing the songs of hope as we journey together towards God!
Get the crowns and robes ready, we’re going royal! This week we will look at the royal/Messianic psalms and see how the psalmist points us over and over again to the kingship of Jesus. May Jesus be the King of our hearts this week.
No good playlist is complete without some songs for the hard days. The days when we’re angry, or sad, or disappointed, or even scared. Listen as we explore the Psalms of Lament that God included in the Psalms for just those kind of days, and in doing so, discover just why they are so important in our lives.
Join us this week on Mother’s Day for an appropriate topic – the Psalms of thanksgiving! On a day where we should be thanking the mothers and nurturers in our lives, we also want to thank God for all His many blessings, both physical and spiritual.