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!
This week we will examine the state of the church. We will take an in-depth look at church multiplication and why church planting today is as important as it was during the 1st century. How can we move forward, and be the church that God wants us to be?
We have heard it in movies, sitcoms and even in our own homes… “Don’t kill the messenger!” But what happens if they do kill the messenger? Join us this Sunday at Revive as we continue our series through the book of Acts. We will look at the first person to give up his life while proclaiming the name of Jesus and the impact it had on the early church.
If you have ever been in the delivery room at the hospital, you know it can be a crazy place. You will see different people doing different things, but all with one goal… to deliver a healthy baby. The birth of the church was no different. It was started by crazy individuals all with different gifts and talents but with one goal, to bring life into the world. Listen as we look at the birth of the church and how we can learn from its very beginnings.
Most things in life begin before they officially start. There is a foundation to be laid, a team to build and lots of planning involved with most any project we begin. The church is no different. Jesus was preparing for the church from the moment he began his ministry.
God doesn’t always change your circumstances, but often times he will change your perspective. This is the game changer in life because we see things differently, you can live differently. Listen as we learn how to embrace God during the seasons in the valley and find Hope In The Dark!
We all think it will be someone else’s problem. That all of that stuff is for other people to experience and go through. But then it happens – to you! Who do you tell? What do you say? Join us this Sunday for a very powerful first hand message from Hannah Lightfoot and find out how God is using her story to help others.
Our high paced world has conditioned us to expect everything in life to come immediately. Fast food, high speed internet, and Amazon Prime guarantee things fast… no waiting. Evidently God didn’t get the memo that everything needs to happen on our timeline. He knows what many of us have forgotten, that sometimes, we need to wait. Listen as we continue our series Hope In The Dark and discuss what to do, in the waiting.
When life hits hard, it plunges us into a sea of questions we hoped we'd never have to ask. But when you feel broken, abandoned, and struggling to find answers, there's a beacon in the storm. A message series focusing on the book of Habakkuk, Hope in the Dark shows us how we can cling to God even when our circumstances are overwhelming because He will carry us through the storm. Join us this week as we launch a new series.