We are going to be looking at the struggle of life through the hope of eternity. As Peter brings this letter to a close, he encourages us to "...take your stand." This concludes our study in 1st Peter.
With all the pressures and enticements of this world, choosing to follow Jesus can sometimes look a little bizarre. We continue our discussion in 1 Peter and learn how we can be a blessing to the world around us without being overwhelmed by it.
Did you know your relationship with God is impacted by the way you treat others? We will examine how the Lord wants to use you to influence your marriage and relationships as we continue our series in 1 Peter.
If you brought a Bible with you, I’m going to invite you to turn to the book of 1 Peter. We’re in 1 Peter 2 together. This is a beautiful passage of scripture. We started this as a church family when coronavirus started because if ... Read more
Government ... how should we respond? The answer helps us examine our spiritual health as Christians. We are continuing through our sermon series “All In” from 1 Peter. Together we are learning what it means to live for the Lord through any circumstance.
This week Peter wants us to understand the power of Christ’s kingdom and the important identity he gives to those that belong to his kingdom. God reminds we can live out our new identity we find in him no matter the circumstance we face.
How do we respond to the chaos of life? During these unprecedented times, it can seem like every day is more difficult that the last, but God wants to work through our circumstances to draw us closer to Him.
Got problems? Nobody likes them, yet we all have them. What if we allowed God to use our problems to refine us, rather than to crush us? This week we examine how God works through the difficulties we face.
Have you ever experienced a day that changed everything? A moment when you knew life would never be the same? Resurrection Sunday—the day that brought hope for all of mankind for all of eternity. The day that changes everything! We examine the most extraordinary event in all of history, and the way it touches each of us personally.