Today we celebrate the resurrection of our savior, Jesus Christ!
Stan Welch reads Genesis 4 to show us this big idea: The only way we can approach our Holy Creator is through faith. The one who comes to Him this way, finds his home in God. The one who does not, will face temporal and eternal consequences.
Pastor York continues reading Romans 6:1-14 to point out this big idea: Our union with Christ means that we died to sin with Christ and we are raised to live in a brand new way with Christ. Sin no longer has power over us.
Pastor Dave Ruble reads Timothy 1:12-20 to show us all this big idea: Only the true, pure gospel of Christ Jesus has the power to both save and transform the lives of sinners and with it bring the promise of eternal life.
For those who are in Christ, God will one day resurrect our physical bodies and we will be transformed. Pastor Dave York gives takes us through this big idea found in 1 Cor. 15:35-49.
Pastor Dave York walks us through Romans 1:16-22 while enjoying the atmosphere at the ballpark. He hopes for us to see that God has revealed Himself in such a way that all of us have a clear idea of who He is. And He has provided a way for us to know Him.
Dan Reeves helps us see the big idea of John 1:35-39. Eternal life is more than living forever, it is the fullness of life in union with God, through Christ that goes on forever. And the degree to which we possess and experience that, today, in THIS LIFE, hangs heavily on one question: What do you seek?
Pastor Dave York continues in our “Children of God” sermon series. Today, he gives a message on 2 Corinthians 5:14-21 while discussing this big idea: because we’re God’s children, we are called and empowered by God to represent Him in this world.
Pastor Dave York gives a message on Galatians 4:4-7 while showing us that Christians have been adopted into God’s family because God loves us and give His Son for us.
Dave Ruble gives a message on Psalm 1.
Pastor Dave York gives a message on the transformative power of the gospel.
Pastor Dave York kicks the 2019 Men’s Conference off with a message from 2 Corinthians 5, while Rex Heard shares how the gospel transformed his self-sacrifice.
Dan Reeves gives us a message on how the gospel transforms our integrity.
At the Life Together Conference, we set our compass to navigate five cornerstones of our faith:
God Initiated and Exalting – Spotlighting God as the author and finisher of our faith.
Scripture Governed and Fueled – Rooting our gatherings in the unchanging truth of God’s Word.
Gospel Centered and Driven – Elevating the Gospel that binds our hearts in unity.
Spirit Enabled and Empowered – Moving under the powerful wings of the Holy Spirit.
Church Aware and Prioritized – Putting the church’s mission and well-being at the helm.