Our fall Sunday series will cover one of the earliest New Testament books, Paul’s letter to the Galatians. It is our hope to see the true gospel in our post-secular culture where many ways to God are acceptable. Galatians presents the truth that we are justified and live, not by man-made rules for religion, but by trusting in God’s grace alone, through Christ’s work alone.
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Have you ever wondered about the relevance of the Gospel to your everyday life? Could the ancient Bible possibly have anything to say to our current culture and life? The Bible is God’s good news of his plan for his creation and humanity. And through his Word and His Spirit, He has given us the gift of being able to live in a way that brings Him the most honor, and us the most fulfillment. The apostle Paul’s first letter to the church at Corinth addresses several areas of life in Greece that parallel ours today. In this five week series we will explore the Gospel and power, tolerance, marriage, singleness, and Christian liberty.
The Psalms have provided God's people a way to worship in spirit and in truth for many centuries. They give us a way to express the joys as well as the pain of life, while still acknowledging the sovereign grace of God. Wherever you are in your spiritual journey, there is a psalm to keep in your heart and your head.