Not everyone heard Jesus and believed. In this sermon we are invited to examine our own relationship to Jesus and whether we are moving toward or away from Him.
We know Jesus does miracles. But how do we resume life after we get our miracle, when life just kind of goes back to normal?
How does the Christlike nature of servanthood become a way of life?
What is unique about being committed to the church body with our money and other tangible resources?
The church is not a building. The church is the corporate body of Christ. Showing up with one another is important. Check out Sunday’s sermon to learn more.
Being church, belonging to the church, being a member of the body of Christ…however we refer to the relationship, it is an important part of who we are as committed Christians. As United Methodists we make five key commitments as members. We commit to support the church with our prayers, our presence, our gifts, our […]
Pentecost is the birthday of the church. Read the sermon to think through the importance of being connected to one another in the Spirit.
Hearing Jesus pray helps us to see through Jesus’ eyes. The sermon walks through a part of Jesus’ prayer before his arrest and crucifixion.
Jesus wasn’t our great idea. He chose us before the creation of the world. What does that mean for our life today?
It’s important to be connected to the source of power if we want to live powerfully in and for Jesus. Are you plugged it?
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