2020-05-31T17:31:15-05:00

May 31, 2020

The rescuer has come. And he is on an all-out kingdom invasion. The Gospel of Mark tells the story of God in Jesus breaking in to hostile country, winning back lost ground, and liberating its people. This service we go deeper into the Bible with a reading through Mark you wouldn't expect. If the message of the Gospels is that the kingdom of God has come in Jesus, Mark focuses on the battle scenes.
2020-05-24T12:29:39-05:00

April 19th - May 24th

The Kingdom of God is the theme of the Bible, heart of the gospel, message of Jesus, and hope for the world. It is the key way the Bible helps us understand God, what he’s up to in this world, and how to relate to him. So what are we hoping for and when will it come? A series this spring on what lies ahead.
2020-04-19T17:04:55-05:00

April 5th-12th

Palm Sunday through Easter is the most pivotal week in human history. Mark writes of it as the exciting conclusion to Jesus’ kingdom invasion. The Gospel of Mark tells the story of God in Jesus breaking into hostile country, winning back lost ground, and liberating its people. This week finishes his account of Jesus’ decisive victory.
2020-03-29T22:08:32-05:00

March 2020

Expatriate. Definitions: (1) “A person who lives outside their native country.” (2) “A Christian this side of eternity.” This Lent learn how to live well as heaven’s expatriates in a world that does not welcome us.
2020-03-03T18:02:14-06:00

February 2020

The rescuer has come. And he is on an all-out kingdom invasion. The Gospel of Mark tells the story of God in Jesus breaking in to hostile country, winning back lost ground, and liberating its people. This November we go deeper into the Bible with a reading through Mark you wouldn't expect. If the message of the Gospels is that the kingdom of God has come in Jesus, Mark focuses on the battle scenes.
2020-03-03T18:02:35-06:00

January 2020

People think of church as a place to worship. Jesus says it’s an outpost in enemy territory. A 4-week series on God’s plan for the church.
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