Changing My Expectations of God
At some point in time, we've had expectations of others that were not met. And more often than not, this is even more true of our expectations for God. Maybe we expected him to show up in a difficult time or season, or show up in a relationship, whether it be with a spouse, kids or friends. Join us as we wrap up our series Holy Shift with Pastor Alfredo Ramos and his sermon titled Changing My Expectations of God.
Learning to Love my Enemy
It's no surprise that over the past few years we have seen a rise in division throughout the world. Culturally, politically and even in our own churches, we have made enemies all around us. However, we may be looking at our enemies all wrong. We might even be defining the wrong enemy! Join us as we enter week 5 of Holy Shift in our sermon titled Learning to Love My Enemy from our lead pastor, Pastor Matt Brown!
Changing the Way I See God
Often times when we aspire to make shifts in our lives, we focus on the physical or mental challenges we're facing. But what if the most important shift we need to make is not either one of those, but a spiritual one? This week Pastor Matt returns as we continue in our series Holy Shift with a sermon titled "Changing the Way I See God"!
Creating Sacred Space
It's no surprise that we're all incredibly busy these days. Rarely do we hear of anyone being bored, with nothing to do. Either consciously or unconsciously we fill our days with work, media, entertainment and tasks as we navigate life and adulthood. But how often do we make time for rest? How often do we take time to unplug from our digital world and spend honest time of rest with God. This week we continue our series Holy Shift with our sermon titled "Creating Sacred Space" from our teaching pastor, Pastor Alfredo Ramos!
More Than a Resolution
What would happen if when we looked to make changes in our lives, we started to think about the idea of eternity? Maybe a higher perspective of who we are and what our purpose is is the right shift in thinking we need to truly change.
Reflecting on Our Practices for 2022
It's a new year and what if instead of stressing on new resolutions, you simply answered the question what kind of person do I want to become? This is where the teachings of Jesus get interesting. Jesus gave his followers practices, rhythms, habits to follow that He knew would change them. What if we started the new year by considering our habits and imagining what could happen if we adopt some of the spiritual practices of Jesus?