We are spending the next two weeks in a series titled Clean Break. We will be exploring how forgiveness should influence how we treat those over whom we have authority as we extend grace instead of demands. Then we'll begin to unpack how our family in Christ changes how we relate to others in conflict.
In Colossians 3, Paul gives us a great road map for living a life of faith. This morning we look at that, but then jump into forgiveness, one of Paul's many steps. It's easy to hold things against others, but you'll see how dangerous that is.
Do you believe that God is Sovereign? That He is in control of all things? That He will work for the good for all that love Him and are called according to His purpose? What does that really mean for us as followers? That's what we're exploring this week.
Conflict is a part of life. We will all have things happen to us that make us angry. How we respond to that anger is vitally important to our Christian walk. This week we look at how to respond to conflict in a biblical way.
Easter Sunday! This week we look at the Easter Story with an toward the grace shown to us as believers. From the story itself, to those the news was shared with, God's grace is evident everywhere in this story.
Easter Sunday! In this message we look at the incredible hope that we have in the story of the resurrection. We look at the response of the women who discovered the empty tomb, and an interesting theory on the book of Mark. What could it mean? How can we find hope in this story?