Living with a Mission (Matthew 28:16-20)
Seven Questions to Help Us Live with a Mission.
Gospel-Centered Community: Loving What Christ Loves (1 Timothy 3:14-16)
Let the meaning and magnificence of the church encourage your passionate participation in the church.
Joyful Service: When the Gospel Turns Our World Upside Down (Romans 12:1-8)
Serving and loving others becomes our passion and our joy when the Gospel reorients our worldview.
The Gospel-Centered Family (Eph. 3:32 & Deut. 6:4-7)
Let the gospel define, direct, and empower your family.
Beauty in the Unity of Weakness (2 Corinthians 13:11-14)
Our triune God will use suffering and sin to expose our weaknesses, but in our weakness, the gospel works in and through us resulting in His church reflecting the beauty of His grace, love, and fellowship.
Stewardship: Living in Light of Eternity (Matthew 25:14-30)
Faithful stewardship is living for the Glory of God and investing your life in the Purposes of God
Distinguishing Marks of the Gospel-Centered Disciple (Matthew 5:1-12)
The Gospel-centered disciple lives the good life in joyful obedience to God.
The Grace of Suffering (Jonah 1)
Scripture and Prayer: The Transforming Grace of Fellowship with God (John 15:7-8)
Abiding in Christ produces a transformed life
Grace-Empowered Change (James 4:1-10)
Transformation comes as we address the sin and worship of the heart, through the grace of the gospel.