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SABBATH - Spiritual Disciplines

Brendan Krismer

July 30, 2023

We live in a culture that values productivity and as a result, many of us are constantly on the move. From our 9-5 to our side hustle, sports tournaments, and hobbies, we have become accustomed to this relentless pursuit of "Busy". But what if there was a practice from the Way of Jesus that directly contradicted the anxious and marginless lives most of us live? As we dive into the spiritual practice of Sabbath, we see that scripture teaches us that Sabbath is more than just a day off... It is the biblical rhythm that God wrote into the DNA of humanity from the very beginning of time.


COMMUNITY & CONFESSION: Spiritual Disciplines

Collin Bishop

July 23, 2023

Being fully transparent with people is one of the hardest things to do. However, we see in James chapter 5 the importance of being a part of a community that has confession. When we live out this spiritual discipline of community with confession we find healing and freedom. Community with confession can produce change and help us become better disciples of Jesus.


MEMORIZING SCRIPTURE - Spiritual Disciplines

Cory Chatham

July 16, 2023

Even when we value the Bible as God's Word, living and active, we tend to overlook the value of storing His Word in our hearts and minds. Join us as we discover why Memorizing Scripture is so important for us here and now and for the next generation.


BIBLE INTAKE - Spiritual Disciplines

Corey Huard

July 9, 2023

If you’ve been around church for much time at all, you probably recognize that as Christians we should be reading our Bibles. But the unfortunate truth is that most Christians aren’t spending time in the Word of God nearly as much as they should be, which may be caused by not understanding how valuable scripture truly is. When we are healthy in our spiritual discipline of Bible intake, we will better know our Lord and become better disciples of Jesus. 


SERVING - Spiritual Disciplines

Ken May

July 2, 2023

Have you ever connected eternal life with service to others? Jesus does. Jesus' words define what love is and His actions demonstrate what love is: Service to others is how we express our love for God. Please join us as we learn to carry out the answer to the question, "Teacher, what must I do to inherit eternal life?"


FASTING - Spiritual Disciplines

Josh Garrett

June 25, 2023

Is there a practice from the way of Jesus to break free from the power that our body and its desires have over us? A way to break free from the underlying pleasure principle that is driving us, that is leaving us all immature and unable to be the people God longs for us to be? YES, it is a practice known as FASTING.


[Week 43] Farewell

Jason Price

June 18, 2023

Paul ends the book of Romans with a few parting instructions. He speaks of unity among the believers, being steadfast in obedience and he sends along a few words of greetings from those who are with him. And he ends his letter where he begins, restating his goal: that all gentiles might come to the obedience that comes from faith.


[Week 42] Ministry Partners

Jason Price

June 11, 2023

No one does ministry alone. In every successful ministry endeavor, there are always people behind the scenes that make sure the mission is accomplished. It was true for Paul and it is true for us. In this section of the letter, Paul sends greetings to some of the most important men and women who have played a pivotal part in his ministry.


[Week 41] Ministry Agenda

Jason Price

June 4, 2023

As we near the end of this letter. Paul shares with the church his future travel plans. Through this text, we get a reminder that these are real people who lived in a real place in real-time. We see how this letter fits inside the timeline and life of Paul's other ministries and letters. We also get a picture of the local church's role in advancing the Gospel.


[Week 40] Just like Jesus

Jason Price

May 28, 2023

How do we respond to those who are spiritually less mature than we are? Just like Jesus did for us. We bear with their failings as Christ does with ours. We endeavor to build them up, as Christ does us. We accept them just as Christ accepted us.