Can you trust your emotions? How do you handle anger and grief? Are you able to find joy in the midst of life’s challenges? This series will explore what the Bible says about healthy emotions and how the Spirit of God transforms our hearts to align our emotions with our Heavenly Father.
Join us Easter Sunday, April 4, at 10:00 AM, as we celebrate the Resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ!. We’ll be meeting live in combined worship with Rosewood Community Church at their campus (1397 W. Hedding St.).
Covid protocols will be observed: if you have symptoms of illness please stay home, your temperature will be taken, masks must be worn, hand sanitizer will be available, and safe social distancing will be observed.
On April 11, we’ll begin a new series entitled, “Pathways to Emotional Health.” Stay tuned!
Please join us Sunday at 10:00 AM, via Zoom. On October 4, we’re beginning a new series entitled R-E-S-P-E-C-T, a series on grace, love, and respect, based on the book of 1 Corinthians in the Bible.
1 Corinthians is the first of Paul’s letters to the Church in Corinth, one of the largest and most influential cities in ancient Greece. It is a disciplinary letter that calls the church to unity, morality, humility, and generosity. It exalts the sacrificial character of love.
We hope you’ll join us for this insightful and relevant study.
Please join us Sunday at 10:00 AM, via Zoom. We’re currently a 12-week series on the Psalms.
The Psalms are a collection of prayers, songs, and poetry, written by a variety of authors though-out the history of Israel. With songs of praise, laments, cries for mercy, and shouts of joy, the Psalms touch the heights and the depths of human experience. They also point us toward the coming Messiah, whom we know as Jesus Christ. Some of the most inspiring and quotable scriptures come from the Psalms; we welcome you to this inspiring series.
If you’d like a study guide to help you follow along, order Psalms: A 12-Week Study (Knowing the Bible), by Douglas Sean O’Donnell, available at Amazon.
Beginning April 19, we shall embark on a series of messages on the Sermon on the Mount.
Jim Wicker, professor of New Testament at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, wrote, “This sublime sermon bursts with object lessons, humor, hyperbole, proverbs, paradox, symbolism, and high prose. It plumbs the depths of ethics, philosophy, and theology, yet with much practical application. A delight to read, it reflects ethos and pathos, covering a wide range of passions and emotions, but it is also both convicting and challenging.”
During the Shelter-in-Place order, we’ll continue to meet weekly on Sundays at 10:00 AM, via Zoom. Click here to join the meeting.