Romans is arguably the most important epistle in the New Testament. Often referred to as Paul’s masterpiece, it unpacks some of Paul’s most important teachings and unpacks many of his greatest contributions to our faith. The letter can also be confusing to readers, which is why it is often ignored. Paul's Epistle to the Romans changed the world and its words continue to speak powerfully to us today.
As a small group, you can examine five essential spiritual practices rooted in Jesus’ own walk with God: Worship, Study, Serve, Give and Share. Each practice is part of our daily walk with Christ and is an essential part of growing together as a community. This book was written by our Senior Pastor, Adam Hamilton.
Join our campus pastors as they lead us through a 5-week study to explore the traditional Advent themes of Hope, Peace, Joy, and Love and what they mean for our lives today. You will also want to join the pastors at the end of the class on a Zoom discussion to ask your questions and engage in conversation.
This year we celebrate Black History Month in word and song with dramatic readings from black authors and powerful worship music.
We are people of hope! As Christians we know Jesus walks with us through our joys and sorrows, our times of contentment and our times of pain. Easter is here – and with it the new life we find in Jesus!
As Pastor Adam Hamilton begins a new sermon series after Easter, our adults, students, and children will all begin a five-week study that corresponds with the message each week. Explore with us the ways we can cultivate hope in our lives, our communities and our world.
Dr. King popularized the notion of the “Beloved Community,” envisioning a society based on justice, equal opportunity and love for one’s fellow human beings. As followers of Christ, we have the joy and honor to carry that responsibility.
In this series, we learn what it means to express agape love – the love of God operating in the human heart – as we seek to preserve and create an inclusive community.
Uncertainty is all around us. The pandemic, a global recession, and the strain of national elections make us feel a paralyzing sense of fear and anxiety. But in the midst of our uncertainties, God is sitting with us, calling us onward, to live with courage and hope.
As we lean into this call, we have to engage both our minds and our hearts, resting in both hope and lament. For this class, we are being led by a psychiatrist and a psalmist – Dr. Kelly Bisel and pastor/songwriter Matt Bisel – to help us confront our fear and anxiety with practical lessons that unite science and faith.
Romantic relationships are complicated. They can be fulfilling, rewarding and inspiring, but they're also hard – even in normal times. But in the middle of a global pandemic, when tensions are already high and we're pushed to the max in every area of life? Pastors Scott and Wendy Chrostek want to help you make your relationships a priority.
The new year becomes a great time to establish new habits and set new direction for your life! For four weeks in January, join Pastor Scott as he leads us through a study that will allow us to renew our focus on the essentials of our faith and enliven our spiritual lives.
Basic conversations have become more and more challenging as our society divides on a variety of issues. How do we Christians relate with those whose beliefs are profoundly different than our own, while remaining faithful to the gospel? Michelle and Jeff Kirby offer ways to engage and build bridges with gentleness and respect.
The story told from Genesis to Revelation is the narrative by which many people have come to find enduring purpose and profound meaning.
Join Chris Folmsbee, Senior Director of Discipleship, for a 3-week journey through the entire Bible, stopping to carefully observe 8 key episodes of God’s story. This is an essential experience for those seeking to engage with God through the Bible’s big story.
Starting a new Small Group? Use this leader guide and study resource as you lead your group through "The Walk: Five Essential Practices of the Christian Life."
During Lent, we are examining the Gospel of Mark in daily scripture readings, small groups, classes, and our weekly sermons. We invite you to walk with us through this Gospel as we follow the life and ministry of Jesus together.