Living in the Power of Christ’s Resurrection

As we close out our series in 1 Corinthians, it is quite fitting as we are moving into this time of transition and growth in our church family, that we strive to cultivate an environment of the love that Paul has talked about……

Stepping Into the Body

If only for the reason that they don’t ever have to stop playing a sound, it is commonly recognized that the stringed instruments form the bedrock of a symphony.

The Church Gathered

As we explore Paul’s letter to the church at Corinth, we come this week to a turn in focus in the letter.

The “Awful” Grace of God

Sometimes it seems that in the midst of our worst pain, whether it be physical, emotional or relational, that God cannot be found.

A Love that Limits Liberty: I Can but Should I?

We hear people say all the time that they don’t care what other people think.

Let’s Change, You First

Mention the word change, and watch eyes pop.

Sin is a Family Matter

Alexander Fleming made a huge discovery that saved countless lives, though it happened basically by accident.

Talk is Cheap

It’s “American” to be ruggedly individualistic, but is it a healthy Christian mindset?