- Saturday: 6PM
- Sunday: 9 & 10:45AM
Explore eight passages from Luke, and use our Richer Life devotional book to learn how to enjoy God’s generosity towards us; and how to let that generosity overflow from us to others.
Join us as we explore this little-studied book about the beginning of the Church. Follow pastor René as he travels to the sites mentioned in the book of Acts. We'll learn how God used a very small group of people to change the world through the Gospel...and how it can happen again!
In The Seven, René Schlaepfer journeys to the original sites of these seven churches. What he discovers through new archaeological finds and manuscript research helps decode these documents. And if you ever feel discouraged, exhausted, or in need of a personal word from God, these words of Christ can change the way you see your present…and your future.
What you believe about God changes everything. Knowing God as He is will lift your spirits and transform your entire perspective. Yet so many people think of God as unloving, uncaring, or unknowable. Devote 50 days of your life to intentionally noticing and studying God’s messages to you about Himself. You’ll get a crisp, engaging introduction to what the Bible, creation, and some of history’s greatest thinkers really teach about God. What you find will surprise and renew you!
If Jesus came to set us free, why are so many Christians drained of joy and life? Why is it so hard to shake the feeling that you are not measuring up? Why is the Christian message often misunderstood, even by Christians, as “try harder?” If you feel guilt-ridden, unhappy, and spiritually dry, this 50-day study is for you. Rediscover the liberating message of God’s free gift of grace! Get into small groups and use our daily meditation guide and you’ll discover the joy of growing in grace along with those around you.
Our world is in a catastrophe of hopelessness. How can you build your own hope and optimism? And how can you encourage others? Hope is essential to Christian faith, so for 50 days our whole church will develop “the hope habit” together through daily readings, memory verses, small group meetings, and “hope projects”.