Wrestling with "Intent"

“Intently” is a word we use to describe bookworms immersed in paperbacks or scientists peering through a microscope. Rarely do we see the word pop up in the 21st-century church ... until this weekend.

Enough is Enough

Up and At ‘Em! Words meant to ignite, energize and move.

This Easter weekend, we will enjoy familiar patterns and habits of worship, but we will also be challenged to embrace the supernatural, the unfamiliar and unexpected.

This Easter weekend, we will enjoy familiar patterns and habits of worship, but we will also be challenged to embrace the supernatural, the unfamiliar and unexpected.

Intended Consequence

In an ancient court of law a black stone represented a guilty verdict. A white stone represented an innocent verdict.

The Joy of Holy Communion

The bread and wine we consecrate and distribute, we believe, is a miracle

The Sunday before Easter is known by two names: Palm Sunday and Passion Sunday.

Thinking Differently

Lent and Easter shine a bright spotlight on who God is and what He has done through Christ. How we go about bringing that faith into the lives of others, while remembering it in our own struggles, is a question Jesus answers for us this weekend through a noontime conversation with a very different kind of person.

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