Comments From The Cross: The Temple & Thee Temple

The temple and thee temple. The temple that was destroyed and thee temple Who was destroyed. Join us on Sunday morning at 9:30am as we listen to those who passed by and mocked and misinterpreted Jesus' words of destroying and rebuilding thee temple so that all who believe in Him would have life and life eternal!

Comments From The Cross: Wailing Women

I’ll be honest. I’ve read and re-read the passion narrative countless times, but never have the group of wailing women stood out to me. Did you know this? A group of wailing women follow Jesus while he and Simon carry the cross to the place of the Skull. Their persistent presence and overwhelming emotion cause us to pause. Join us on Sunday morning at 9:30am as we begin a Lenten Sermon Series on the "Comments from the Cross."

Every Story Whispers His Name: Transfiguration Sunday

What does it mean that Jesus was transfigured? What does that look like? How did Jesus glow? Was it like taking a flashlight and shining it through your cheek? Was Jesus nuclear? Did He look like he just got a really bad sunburn for moment? I don’t know about you, but the more I read the Bible, the more I’m amazed by it. Just the sheer imagination, the awe-struck amazement of what happens. Join us on Sunday morning at 9:30am as we celebrate Transfiguration Sunday.

Every Story Whispers His Name: The Reality Of Hell

What if I told you that Jesus’ deepest suffering came in the form of a spiritual death? Not in physical or emotional suffering, but in spiritual abandonment. Separation from God. There we hear His words pierce our souls - “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?” Join us on Sunday morning at 9:30am as come to painful and powerful grips with the reality of hell.

Every Story Whispers His Name: Accepting or Rejecting

Accept or reject Jesus. The choice is ours. Either accept Jesus as the cornerstone of the building as the key to the whole foundation, upon which the entire structure is held together, or reject Jesus as the cornerstone, remove Him and that stone becomes a stumbling block. Join us on Sunday morning at 9:30am as we look to Jesus our cornerstone.