Special guest speaker, Dr. Claudia May, explores how the science and practice of emotional freedom can shape our understanding of fatherhood.
There’s no topic more contentious in church giving than tithing. Join us this week for some biblical clarity and truth on the difficult topic.
If you grew up in church, you’ve probably been taught about giving, But what does the Bible really say about the standard for giving to God?
When you give a gift to God how do you think He responds? Is it possible that your giving could delight the heart of God and cause Him joy?
If God truly is genderless, why does the Church use a title that conjures up images of men, supports patriarchy, and alienates women?
There’s a simple rule for all life on this planet: healthy things grow. Why? Because that’s how God designed us.
Jesus' death and resurrection changes everything in our lives, families, communities, and even our eternity.
Learn to think of baptism is terms of obedience to Jesus and joining the community of believers. Sign up now to get baptized on Easter Sunday, April 21.
Service: Raising Up the Next Generation of Disciples, ft. Dr. Ken Castor (Having Kids, Raising Kids, Week 7)
Join special guest speaker Dr. Ken Castor from Crown College as he shares challenges and biblical strategies for discipling children into adulthood.
Blending two families together is hard. Join Pang Foua Yang Rhodes as she shares the latest research and God’s enduring truth for these families.
It’s time to wise up about how we…I mean our kids use phones, tablets, and game systems.
Learn how to avoid the damage of parents not being on the same page.
What’s your top priority in parenting? Raise good kids? Have them eventually move out? Survive without going nuts?
There are a lot of reasons for having kids. Some good, some bad.
What happens when family planning doesn’t go as planned? Pang Foua Yang Rhodes teaches this week.
Shouldn’t we be angry at sin our world—racism, violence, oppression, hatred? The Bible’s answer to injustice might surprise you.
Doesn’t the bible say, “Be angry and do not sin.” (Eph. 4:36, ESV)? Sort of, but we can get this verse all wrong.
How in the world are we supposed to live unoffendable? It starts with one simple decision: giving up our “right” to be offended.
NO SERVICE ON DECEMBER 30. So, we're taking a week off from service to give all of our amazing volunteers a break.
God is with us, even when we’re at our lowest point—hurting, alone, worried, tired. This week see how He’s beside us in the valley.