Dear Beloved


I’m Still Coming Back for You.

April 3, 2022 • Brian McCormack

It can be hard to place our foremost hope in the return of Jesus. Learning to await his second coming unlocks joy and confidence many of us have not experienced before.

My Word is Still True.

March 27, 2022 • Brian McCormack • Luke 24:13–35

In a culture of false narratives, Scripture provides the true and better story we all long for.

Silence is Still Not an Option.

March 20, 2022 • Zach Hendricks, Brian McCormack

Testimony goes up, out, and down. Telling the story of God's work in our lives glorifies Him, encourages and stirs up those around us, and directly confronts the kingdom of darkness.

I Still Have a Plan for the Nations.

March 13, 2022 • Dan Challapalli

God’s heart for the nations was introduced in Genesis, re-launched in Jesus, came to fruition in Acts, and culminates in Revelation. What’s our role in that mission today?

The Way to Joy is Still Giving.

March 6, 2022 • Brian McCormack • Acts 2:42–47

God calls us to give him everything we have. Our dollars, and our days. As we learn to practice generosity, God multiplies it all for his glory, our joy, and the good of our city.

I Still Hear Your Prayers.

February 27, 2022 • Rob Garey • Acts 2:42, Philippians 2:5–11, Mark 9:14–29

Prayer is an invitation to join Jesus who is already interceding for us. While it might be hard to believe that He still hears our prayers, He helps us in our unbelief!

You Still Have the Spirit.

February 20, 2022 • Brian McCormack • Genesis 1:1, Acts 1:4–8

There is only one conclusion to make about a God who writes a story where his Spirit comes to dwell within — He is whole-heartedly committed to being near to you. And if He is always near, "hopeless" does not exist.

You are Still My Witnesses.

February 13, 2022 • Dan Challapalli • Acts 1:1–8

God calls his peoples to be witnesses of his marvelous kingdom — to be a light to the ends of the earth.

My Kingdom is Still Here.

February 6, 2022 • Brian McCormack • Acts 1:3–8

Too many Christians are passionate about the Gospel, and excited about their church, but somewhere between confused and apathetic when it comes to the Kingdom. Some words straight from the King can remedy this problem.

I’m Still Alive.

January 30, 2022 • Brian McCormack • Acts 1:1–4

A dead historical figure has nothing to offer you. A God who is alive means there is always hope.