Each of us makes choices ever day. Sometimes we look back and we are pleased with the choices we have made and sometimes we have lots of regrets! Tune in as we explore one of the most important choices we can ever make.
As we begin a new year together, we are often tempted to focus on all of the “bad” things that happened last year. We are making resolutions and promising that we will do a better job at managing time. The truth is that we really don’t “manage” time. We manage our priorities. Tune in to find out one of the most important realizations that we can have for the new year.
We all have things lurking in the shadows of our lives. Join us as we present Facing The Shadows, A Good friday drama. An opportunity to reflect on Christ’s passion!
Church bells can be heard all around the world! Choirs are singing and you see people coming in the door – some familiar and some new faces. Join us as we celebrate the resurrection of Christ.
Jesus told a parable about a dishonest manager who was terminated because of his actions. Tune in and find out why Jesus praised this manager.
Everyone will leave a legacy for the world. How will you be remembered? What is the one sentence you would like the world to say when they speak about you? Tune in as we explore the concept of a legacy.
How do you define success? The world defines success quite differently than Christ. Tune in as we explore how our mission as individuals and a faith community can and should be transformed.
Have you ever had a back ache? Did you know that the bible gives some advice on what we can do about them? Tune in as we encounter Jesus and a woman with a back ache in the synagogue.
Most people are passionate about something. Jesus taught a parable about being ready. He instructs his followers that they should diligently wait. that they should “be ready” In today’s scripture lesson luke 12:32-48 we are reminded that for those who have been given much, much will be required. Tune in as we explore this passage. Find out what Jesus is really looking for in each of us.