Take a breath… minus one. It is estimated that the average person will take about 8 and a half million breaths in one year. What did you do with them? What will you do with the rest? As a follower of Christ, every breath you take matters. God has uniquely crafted and blessed you with gifts, skills, resources, and influence and every breath you take is a new opportunity to either use those blessings entrusted to you or not. Join us this Sunday for a powerful sermon that will make you question what you will do with the breaths you have left.
If you only ate one meal a week and tried to have it sustain you for six days... you would grow weak. If you ate healthy for 7 days and exercised, you would grow strong. It may seem like a silly statement, but for most Christians, this is what our spiritual week looks like. Join us this Sunday at Revive as we discover that a relationship with God is based on “Way More Than Sunday!”
This past year my parents, Lyle and Carolyn Rosenberry, celebrated 50 years of marriage. It’s an achievement we don’t see very often today. How did they do it? What is the secret to their longevity as husband and wife? Come find out this Sunday as another set of Rosenberry’s take the stage to share their marriage testimony with us. Get ready to fight for the best, til death us part.
Recently, my daughter came home from school and said to me, “Daddy, boys are so different.” Indeed, they are! My girls are beginning to discover that while the other person in the ring also bears the image of God, it is expressed in different ways. Men look different, they feel different, they smell different, and they process differently. Join us this week as we learn how to strengthen our marriages by fighting to see things through his eyes.
Men, just when you thought you knew everything about your wife there was to know… you find out there is so much more to learn. In our lives together, there is endless value in understanding what is important to the other person In the Ring. Join us this week as we learn more about the intricacies of women, and discover how to strengthen our marriages by fighting to see things through her eyes.
When we step into the ring of marriage we bring with us the weight of our expectations – What life is “supposed” to look like, our hopes, and our dreams. In and of themselves, these desires are okay, but what happens when our unspoken expectations go unfulfilled? Before you throw in the towel, let’s take a moment to think about the other person in the ring. This week, we will be FIGHTING EXPECTATIONS!
The book of Revelation has been a topic of conversations, debates, arguments and let’s be honest… great confusion. But the end of God’s amazing book is not the end at all. In fact, we discover God is just getting started. What can we learn from this book of mystery? Join us this Sunday at Revive as we unlock some truth in a book that says so much.
Whenever we see a child who is lost, one of the first questions we ask is “Who do you belong to?” For some, it’s easy because they look exactly like their parents. As a believer in Christ, do you look like your father? If you don’t, then maybe we need to ask the question… “Who Do You Belong To?” We hope you will join us this Sunday as we discuss what it looks like to be child of God.
What we pursue truly determines who we are going to be in this life. For many, our pursuits are easily seen by the people that travel in our circles. But do they match what God wants for your life? Join us this Sunday as we dig into the first letter written to young Timothy and learn that the best things in life to pursue, may not be exactly what you think.
In the Old Testament, God was very specific when it came to the building of his tabernacle. Each detail was precise and they all had very specific meanings. Join us this week as we look at all the pieces of this holy structure and discover what happens when the Tabernacle Comes to Life!
Our relentless pursuit of God’s word takes us deeper into understanding God’s will and desires for our lives. The deeper you dig, the more Rooted you become as a follower of Christ. This 5-week series will take us into the final books of the Bible and reveal what God is trying to tell us. Join us for Rooted.
Everything changed in a moment. When Jesus was born, we were given the invitation to be known, accepted, and forgiven. When we experience His love, we can’t help but Come to Worship. This Christmas, Revive invites you to discover what it really means to worship the One and only Son of God.
Your heart is the epicenter of your life. It pumps the blood that sustains every system of your body. Without it, you would die. When we pour our heart out to God, we are giving him our very lives… and that is exactly what God wants from each of us. Listen as we continue to celebrate the birth of Jesus.
When a child is born, a common response is to shower the family with gifts. But far too often, we approach our worship to God empty handed. Listen as we continue our “Come to Worship” series and look to open up the treasure chest and bring God the very best that we have to offer.
It happens instinctively when we celebrate, when we complain, when we ask permission to speak, or signal to turn, and even surrender. This simple act of raising our hands can also be a tremendous act of worship. Listen as we discover what God’s word says about raising our hands in worship, and why Jesus is worthy of such a gesture.
For over 2000 years, legalism has been at the forefront of religion. It was what the religious leaders regularly used against Jesus, and it is still alive and thriving today. Join us at Revive this week for the final testimony of our series. We will hear from our very own Hannah Knock as she shares her story of what it was like growing up in a world of rules, and rules alone.
They say that the best things in life come in small packages. This is certainly true with Sophia Herzog. Standing at just 48 inches tall, Sophia has defied the odds and shown the world that if you trust in God and work hard, you can achieve greatness. We hope you will join us this Sunday at Revive as we invite Sophia to come and share her incredible story.
God is not done with you yet! But are you done with God? Many have walked away from faith, choosing instead a life free of restrictions; one of self-gratification and indulgence. Yet, as with any good parent, God is patiently waiting in the wings and eager for his children to return home. Join us this Sunday at Revive and listen to this very narrative from our good friend, Chad Young. Come discover how the highway to destruction is often filled with exits that lead back home.
He leads us in worship almost every week. He regularly pours his heart, his time, and his resources into the church, loving and leading people with intention and grace. But there is a story most of you don’t know. Join us this week at Revive as we hear a powerful message from Andrew Estes. Learn firsthand about the forgiveness and restoration Andrew found in Christ Jesus, evidenced with his bride and through the Bride. You don’t want to miss it!
Every Sunday morning at Revive, the service begins with “Your story is welcome here!” However, if the only story you are familiar with is your own, you may instead hear a whispering doubt: “Every story is welcome here…except yours.” Your story is too messy. It’s too complicated and it’s filled with a whole lot of ugly that most people just can’t handle. What would people think if they really knew and what could God possibly do with it, anyway? “This is Me” is a 5-week series detailing the stories of five different people from all walks of life who chose to let God take control of the chaos. Be prepared to get messy and to get real because…THIS IS ME!