Real Faith

April 4, 2018 • Ryan Hurley

"Cause I got to have faith" was the chorus to George Michael's song Faith playing all over the radio in 1987. Nothing could be closer to the truth for God's people today. Everyday, we exercise faith without even realizing it. Faith that oncoming drivers stay in their lane, faith that the food we're about to eat is not poisoned, and so on. Yet, if we're honest with ourselves we often fail to have faith in God when things don't according to our plans. Our starting point with God is faith. It is basis of our relationship with God and the path to pleasing God. Join me Wednesday night as we explore the importance of faith in transforming our experience with God.

Wind and Water

Psalm 1 • March 8, 2020 • Gabe Moreno

We call them “storms” for a reason –– difficult seasons of life shake us up and rock us to our core. Ultimately, suffering has one of two effects for each of us: to break us down, or to grow us up, and we get to choose which outcome is ours. Join us for a special message about how to weather the storms of life...and come out the other side, not uprooted, but rooted more deeply than ever before in what’s truly good for us.

Heavy Lifting

Matthew 11-25-30 • December 29, 2019 • Gabe Moreno

We’ve all heard the phrase “...put yourself in their shoes…”. While this may speak to the wisdom needed in waiting to make a judgement on a person’s character, it is also a commitment to consider the many potential burdens a person may be carrying in a given season. Jesus offers His strength and grace when it comes to lifting heavy burdens; instead of pointing out our many weaknesses. Our response is to bring all burdens to His feet and follow where He chooses to lead us.

The Work Of Ministry

Romans 15:14-21 • November 10, 2019 • Daniel Fusco

We are all called and empowered by Jesus to be a part of His transformational work in this world. As we always say, “Transformed people transform people.” As Jesus is transforming us, He invites us to partner with Him to help others know Him and be transformed. This process is called the “work of ministry” and we will be exploring that together today.