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  • Advent means coming. As we wait - are we truly listening and waiting in joyful anticipation? Brandon brought the word last Sunday, catch up in our Sermon Summary here.


  • I naturally function doing 800 things at one time. I have ADHD and I’m unmedicated. This means that I always have a ton of projects that are half done. I’ve learned to use it to my advantage so that instead of just sitting still and resting, I’m constantly working on something. Even though it is hard for me to sit and see a project through to the end before focusing on something else, everything eventually gets done. I focus better this way, but it is also chaotic...


  • The practice of generosity is about far more than finances, including how we give ourselves to others.

    This past Sunday we looked at measuring the output of our giving, joyful, sacrificial, and generous, as well as the gospel motivation to give. The bottom line is that we will give in proportion to our measure of the greatness of God. If our God is great, our giving is generous, and if our God is small, our generosity will match...


  • As I’ve spent the past several years asking God to reveal more of His character to me, I would say the biggest things I have really learned to be true are that He is active and sovereign and good. He has woven all of our lives together on this earth purposefully. Our individual lives and our lives in relationship to one another. This has become more than just head-level knowledge to me. He has given me experiences of Himself that make these words have real heart-level meaning for me. I’d like to share with you just one recent example of how He has done this...


  • Sunday is the first week of advent, and our church focus over the next five weeks is for you to know and see Jesus during the Christmas season. To do this, we are going to look at five regular rhythms of things you will already be doing, and see how doing those things can help you enjoy Jesus more...


  • How many times have you tried over the years to keep Jesus central to Christmas? Like the New Year’s resolution that is always well-intended, frequently forgotten, so is it with knowing Jesus through the Christmas season...


  • What are you praying for God to complete in your life? Where do you feel the odds are against you? How does Jesus meet you in your battle and fight for you? Read our sermon summary to dig in more...


  • When looking back on the year my friends, family and myself have had, it has been a year of challenges, hard news, lost loved ones, messy endings, and not so great beginnings. The type of year that makes people want to sit back, compare their situations, ask a lot of whys, and lose faith in the plan that God has for them. This is the type of year that could lead to one of two outcomes: trying to fix ourselves or coming to the end of ourselves. Neither outcome is fun to get to the end of the journey, but one is cyclical, while the other brings life and joy...


  • Our hope is to remind you of the victory and the power of God that can translate into every area of your life, and that when we ask in faith, God listens. There is great power in God, and great power in our faith...


  • You might not have considered that there’s a fight when it comes to your joy. Or maybe you haven’t thought much about your joy at all. Maybe you think of joy as an emotion that just arrives on its own; one you don’t have any control over. Maybe right now for you it feels easy to come by. Or maybe joy feels impossible and the idea of fighting for it sounds exhausting...