It Takes A Village

July 4 - 25, 2021

The Good Room

July 25, 2021 • Michael Jr.

Whatever this year past year has meant for you, we not only need to stay connected to God through it all, we also need to stay connected to the love of others. But how do we figure out how God is inviting us to serve those around us? Listen to Michael Jr. draw lessons from scripture, and his career as a comedian, to talk about how to hear God’s call.


July 18, 2021 • Priscilla Shirer

No matter what has been the most important factor in this past year for you, whether finances, mental health, a global pandemic, issues of race and racism, loneliness, or something else, this year has been one of the hardest years of many of our lifetimes. Join us to hear Priscilla Shirer show us how to be sustained in our spirit when life gets hard.

Redeemed for Community

July 11, 2021 • Soong Chan Rah

Between George Floyd and the BLM movement and the mass grave of 215 Indigenous children discovered in Kamloops, the church in North America has also been grappling with more than just a pandemic in the past year. It has been grappling with questions about race. In the midst of it all, Soon Chan Rah looks to the example of the Acts 2 church to offer some hope.

Five Reasons I'm More Optimistic Than Ever

July 4, 2021 • Craig Groeschel

One of the most frequently asked questions in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic seems to be “Do we still have a church?” There are reasons to wonder what the church will be like once all this is over. Listen to pastor Craig Groeschel talk about why, even in this unpredictable moment, he is more optimistic than ever about power and potential of the church.