Once you believe in forever and live with it in view, you will understand things you never did before and live in a radically different way.
FAITH OAKVILLE: Have you observed it? People, maybe even people close to you or who used to be closed to you, have changed. Anger, rage, bitterness, fear, anxiety, grief, and a host of other emotional health issues have increased to levels that have people shaking their heads in confusion. And Christians haven’t been immune. What is wrong? What is wrong with us? In this series titled It's Time for a Check-Up, we are taking time to do some evaluation and understand how the good news of the Gospel can break through to bring healing.
FAITH COLUMBIA: One book in the New Testament is credited for turning the soul of Augustine “upside-down.” The same book warmed the heart of John Wesley towards conversion. The very same book also turned a German monk, Martin Luther, from searching for assurance of his salvation to confidently declaring, “When I understood this text, the doors of paradise swung open, and I walked through.” This powerful, life-changing and profound book has been nicknamed “The Gospel According to Paul” but is better known as simply the book of Romans. Together we’re going to dig deep into Romans and mine out this beautiful letter that shows us the power and beauty of the Good News for all people. In this first series of three over the next couple years, we’ll focus on the gravity of sin and the depth of our declared righteousness in Jesus.
As we prepare for Easter, we celebrate Palm Sunday, Maundy Thursday, and Good Friday during Holy Week.
Jesus says some things about being His follower that are difficult to understand.
Are we clinging to part of God’s creation or to the Christ who truly strengthens and offers the extraordinary life?
A new start, a clean slate, a new beginning, new changes. What changes and challenges will we face in 2016?
Explore examples of singing that result from God’s mysterious and wonderful movement in the story of Christmas.