Living Hope: Embracing Humility

Hope doesn’t have to be wishful thinking! When hope springs from faith in God, it brings confidence and assurance about “what we do not see” (Hebrews 11:1), such as the future. We can also be ready to “give a reason for the hope that we have” (1 Peter 3:15-16).

Updates, Invitations, and Other Fun Ways to Connect – March, 18, 2020

Dear Church Family and Friends, We are praying for you during this time when face-to-face and group meetings are being limited. In fact, we want to invite you to join us for an online prayer meeting using software called Zoom. There are links below to join the meeting. I am also posting more detailed instructions […]

Update on Church Schedule During Coronavirus Restrictions

We just posted a short video update and sent out the following email posted below. Since recording the video suggested groups sizes have been reduced which I mention in the email. Dear Church Family, How should the church respond in a coronavirus age? First of all, it’s important for us to remember that this isn’t […]

Living Hope: Part 2

Early Christians had almost nothing. They lived on the margins of society. They were often persecuted. They struggled for survival. And yet they were flourishing in the grace of God, full of hope and life. They were looking forward to a better day. They knew that their final story was better than their circumstances were telling them. When all of life said “There’s no hope,” they were trusting in a LIVING HOPE that we can also have.

Living Hope

Early Christians had almost nothing. They lived on the margins of society. They were often persecuted. They struggled for survival. And yet they were flourishing in the grace of God, full of hope and life. They were looking forward to a better day. They knew that their final story was better than their circumstances were telling them. When all of life said “There’s no hope,” they were trusting in a LIVING HOPE that we can also have.