Galatians

Paul—sent by God—writes to break tension. He writes to set the tone for ministry in the early church, affirming the importance of inclusion without ignoring differences. He addresses the boundaries we create and what gets in the way of Jesus’ followers living out his teachings.

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Vision 2019

God is not done guiding our steps. These steps into the future will honor our previous chapters while turning new pages—and adding new meanings. Each new word on these pages will point toward Jesus’ teachings to seek and reach others.

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Name and Calling

As you move into a new year, do the work of discovering your truest name. Knowing our truest name will always be a struggle with God. Hearing our truest name will require that we first see who we are in light of who God is. 

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Love's Pure Light

Light illuminates, reflects, exposes, and ignites—light fights the dark. We immerse ourselves in Jesus’ love because he is the life and light of mankind. We get to discover God’s glory through his son as we make sense of who we are. Jesus’ incarnation as a baby and sacrifice on the cross was always the plan. It was the plan for the sake of everyone. And it was the plan so that you and I could be fully us.

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reGROUP

There is freedom in telling the truth. About who you are, what you've done, and what's been done to you. Jesus calls us to come out of our hiding places and into the light.

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Vision Sunday

Our vision is to form biblically functioning communities that reach lost people, connect in Christ-centered relationships, teach truth, serve others, and worship God. 

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The Sermon on the Mount

In the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus addresses prayer, marriage, and the narrow gate. He describes the eternal impact of loving our enemies and giving to the needy. Jesus uses his words to paint a picture and set a standard for what living as we’re called to be ought to look like.

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The Life After

Our encounters with Jesus allow us the opportunity to face the risen Savior of the world, with our questions and hardships in hand, and trust that in him our needs are met, our fears are overcome, our hope is secured.

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Easter

As we celebrate our risen Lord we remember that God continues to bring dead things back to life again, no matter how very dead they seem to be.

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The Day Death Lost Its Sting

On his final day, Jesus was betrayed, taken, arrested, struck, ridiculed, scorned, crucified. He moved through unimaginable pain, willingly. And each unbearable step he took toward the cross, more of his glorious character was revealed. In walking toward darkness, Jesus would become eternal light. In taking on death, Jesus would conquer the grave. In his last breath, Jesus would rescue the world and death would forever lose its sting.

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I Am

If Jesus is who he says he is, that has implications for each of us. It affects the way we relate to each other and to the world around us. But who did he say he is? When Jesus spoke of himself, he proclaimed to be the bread, the light, and the gate. In his owns words, Jesus is the the shepherd, the vine, and the resurrection. He is the way.

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Join Africa

Though our church’s global partnerships are active year-round, we take an intentional Sunday each year to focus in on God’s mission in the world and how we can each be a part of it. 

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God At First Sight

God came down at Christmas—not with a mystic flash of light or a trumpet heard ‘round the world. The God of the universe, in all his glory, broke through to humanity by becoming human. The Christmas story holds the stories of very real people—Mary and Joseph, the magi, Simeon and Anna, and the shepherds—who had their worlds forever changed by the birth of Jesus. Join us for God at First Sight as we see the impact of those encounters and what they mean for us.

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Rhythm

There is a rhythm to our days, a cyclical nature to our lives, a pattern to our actions. We make room for what we decide matters—what we devote ourselves to. So, where and how do we fit God in? If our devotion brings God glory, what tools do we have to draw closer to him and reflect him better to the world around us?

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