When the word hospitality is talked about, what comes to mind? In Isaiah 56, the idea of hospitality is tied closely with righteousness, but not the righteousness we are familiar with. Listen to guest speaker, Kathryn Cheng, as she explains and expands upon the biblical concept of being hospitable and how we can grow our relationships within our community and our city through God’s hospitality and righteousness.
Hospitality: Welcoming Others to See Their Worth
March 8, 2020 • Kathryn Cheng
April 5, 2020 • Chris Rattay
When we are faced with suffering, it is hard to reconcile the current pain with a God who loves us. But even if it lasts our entire lives, there is redemption in the pain. So take heart. Because this momentary life we live on earth is nothing compared to the wonders and glories and goodness that we will experience with Jesus.
Nothing More Liberating
March 29, 2020 • Chris Rattay
“I felt in my Spirit this week that we needed to take a pause in addressing the big issues of this crisis. We will get back to the big issues as we’re going to be in this for a while. Today though, we’re going to address what is arguably the most important practice the most important practical aspect of our faith; it is the foundation that everything is built on, the pillar that our daily lives rest on. And that is forgiveness.” - Chris Rattay
When Faith Meets Barriers
March 22, 2020 • Chris Rattay
It won’t be romantic and it won't be perfect, but, when you look back at this moment you will realize that this was the catalyst for change. It will have been a future-shaping time, an identity-shifting time, a time where God was calling us to change without the distractions of the world and all to do with seeking out our identities with complete abandonment. In a time where everything is in what seems to be a never-ending transformation and change, find in the freedom He gives us to press in closer to Him.