A Christmas Carol | Joy To The World | Christian Huntley

Pastor Christian Huntley

Discussion Questions: • How do you express joy? When were you most recently joyful? •Read Psalm 98. According  to the psalmist, why should we sing a new song? • What things does God do that should cause us all to “shout for joy?” -What has God done in your life that you can be joyful… Read more »

A Christmas Carol | O Come Emmanuel | Jeremey King

Pastor Jeremey King

Confession: Lord Jesus, you asked us to wait and watch with you. Each year we pause and celebrate your birth, but we often let the busyness of the season make our hearts sleepy. We confess that we forget to be watchful for what you are doing in the world today. Forgive us and remind us… Read more »

Home for Thanksgiving | I’m not over it.

Reading: Exodus 15:1-2 Then Moses and the Israelites sang this song to the LORD: “I will sing to the LORD, for he is highly exalted. Both horse and driver he has hurled into the sea. “The LORD is my strength and my defense ; he has become my salvation. He is my God, and I… Read more »

Prodigal: The Prodigal Church

Pastor Jeremey King

Reading — Luke 15:20–24, Confession — Father, you are extravagant in your expression of love and provision for us. You give us all that we have and call us to be extravagant with our love and resources for others in your name. We confess that we sometimes let fear or self-centeredness get in the way… Read more »

Transformed: True Net Worth

Pastor Ryan Alexander

Questions: Why do you think Jesus spent so much time teaching about money and material possessions? What do you think Jesus would have to say about these topics today? Read Malachi 3:6-12. What is your experience with and current belief about tithing? How does the thought that we are bringing back to God what’s rightfully… Read more »

Transformed: Consider Your Calling

Pastor Jeremey King

Reading — Colossians 3:23–24 Confession — Gracious God, You have chosen us, called us, and given us purpose to be your hands and feet of your Kingdom. We confess that we have let our work become about us and our needs rather than expressions of your provision for us and the world. Forgive us and… Read more »