Why did Jesus, ‘the prince of peace,’ say that He didn’t come to bring peace but a sword? In this ‘crazy thing Jesus said,’ we look at some of the more challenging messages behind family, fidelity to Jesus, and whether or not family can become an idol.
What did Jesus mean when He said we would handle snakes and drink poison and not be harmed? Was it literal or figurative? How does this even apply to our lives today? In this message, we look at the ‘story behind the story’ to unpack a Kingdom calling of ‘proclamation and demonstration.’
What did Jesus mean when He said, “The Kingdom of God suffers violence and the violent take it by force?” In this message we explore what this does & doesn’t mean and how to apply this truth to our lives.
‘The Crazy Things Jesus Said’ series kicks off with a humbling declaration by Jesus: that we have been given the ‘keys of the Kingdom.’ As followers of Christ, let’s not shrink back from this responsibility but partner with God in transforming all things.
In the final message of this series, Jeff unpacks the original meaning of ‘church.’ Discover the what, why, and how behind our ‘shared space’ and the growing importance of gathering together in a world that drifts apart.
For many of us, loving God and loving your city starts at home. In this message, we explore how you can pursue friendship, forgiveness, and Christ in order to demonstrate the love of God to those closest to you.
The average person spends 100,000 hours working. What if what you did was more about transformation than it was a work-life transaction? In this message, we explore God’s invitation to view work as something beyond a paycheck.