James, Julien and the Judge


The road home is full of grace—and judgment.


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God Is Weaving Our Stories Together into Something Beautiful


 

Your service and presence matter—to others and to God.


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Women Are Made in God’s Image, Too


 

But you wouldn’t know it by how we treat them.


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Totally Devoted: Three Ways to Breathe New Life into Your Time with God


The way you approach devotional times might change based on your season of life. And that's OK.


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You Belong with Me: Stories about Faith, Loneliness and Small Groups


 


Loving and obeying God, loving and serving one another, growing in maturity and bearing fruit can’t be done alone. Loneliness saps our faith of all creativity and flourishing. As T.S. Eliot observed, hell is “oneself . . . always alone.” Yet the church is a family (Ephesians 2:19) with a hope “laid up” for us in heaven (Colossians 1:5). If we find ourselves alone in our faith, something is off.

The stories below show how “thick” communities within the church can bring newfound joy and meaning to our lives. If this is your desire, check out our Small Groups Fair after the service on January 29. You’ll be able to meet group leaders and find the space that’s right for you (and enjoy Gunter’s Bavarian Grill for lunch).


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