This Is Us


This Is Us, Part 7 • November 5, 2017 • Chris Edmondson

Not Difficult

This Is Us, Part 6 • October 29, 2017 • Chris Edmondson

Most people don’t have a problem with God. After all, plenty of people show up for church on Christmas and Easter. Unfortunately, people do have a problem with the church. For centuries Christians have made Christianity so complex that people simply write it off as irrelevant and confusing. In this session we’ll see how this problem surfaced in the very early days of the church, how they dealt with it then, and how we should deal with it now.

Generosity is a Heart Issue

This Is Us, Part 5 • October 22, 2017 • Carlo Serrano

“Since you excel in so many ways—in your faith, your gifted speakers, your knowledge, your enthusiasm, and your love from us I want you to excel also in this gracious act of giving.” - The Apostle Paul (1 Cor. 8:7)

Found People Find People

This Is Us, Part 4 • October 15, 2017 • Carlo Serrano

“We always figured that putting people before products just made good common sense. So far, it’s been working out for us.” - Howard Schultz, Chairman - Starbucks

Saved People Serve People

This Is Us, Part 3 • October 8, 2017 • Carlo Serrano

The church does not exist for us. We are the church and we exist for the world. We are not called to just be spiritual consumers, but spiritual contributors.

Life is Better Connected

This Is Us, Part 2 • October 1, 2017 • Chris Edmondson

Small groups are where people come together on a regular basis and “do life” together. This allows us to genuinely connect with others while being encouraged and challenged in our relationship with God. Being involved in a small group is the simplest way to impact and influence people directly for Christ.

This Is Us

This Is Us, Part 1 • September 24, 2017 • Chris Edmondson

People who were not like Jesus liked Jesus, and he liked them back. Since the church is the body of Christ, people should be drawn to Jesus followers. Even if they don’t agree with the message of the church, they should like the church. So, why isn’t that true?