What we do with our resources during a time of crisis and uncertainty may be the greatest mark of authentic faith. Find out why, when Pastor Nate discusses "Generosity." The sermon context is from 2 Corinthians 8:1-9.
Two thousand years ago Jesus instituted communion as a way for his followers to remember the gospel. Jesus died in our place to bring us to God AND to rejoice that we will be united with him forever. During this season of online worship services, we invite you to join the church at the virtual communion table wherever you are worshiping this Sunday. Use whatever cup or bread of choice you have available and we will lead you in a time of remembrance and celebration.
How do we not only survive, but thrive spiritually during this season of life? By going "old school." We are modern people living in a never-ending cycle of information, work and technology. We have much to learn about thriving spiritually in all seasons from the time-tested practices of the people of God throughout the centuries. In "Old School" we will learn six ancient spiritual practices to implement into our rhythm of life in Christ so that we can thrive in the midst of this present struggle.