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There are seven days in each week. And during those days we seem to keep the areas of our lives separate: church is church, home is home, work is work, play is play. We have a tendency to draw lines between the sacred and the secular and this is not God’s plan. The question we need to ask is: is Jesus Lord of each day, and of each area, of our lives? When we invite God into each and every thing we do, then we are free to embrace wholly living!

There are seven days in each week. And during those days we seem to keep the areas of our lives separate: church is church, home is home, work is work, play is play. We have a tendency to draw lines between the sacred and the secular and this is not God’s plan. The question we need to ask is: is Jesus Lord of each day, and of each area, of our lives? When we invite God into each and every thing we do, then we are free to embrace wholly living!


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As deeply emotional people, the Psalms are an authentic expression of ourselves. Using the Psalms, we can understand our human emotions and our God more fully. When we come before God with our hearts in our hands, we can experience His sustaining presence.

As deeply emotional people, the Psalms are an authentic expression of ourselves. Using the Psalms, we can understand our human emotions and our God more fully. When we come before God with our hearts in our hands, we can experience His sustaining presence.


After Adam and Eve sinned, they hid from God when they heard Him walking in the garden. Even though He knew what they did and where they were, he still asked them “Where are you?." Our God is a relational God and he created us to be in relationship with Him. That is why, at our core, each of us has a deep desire to be in communication with the creator of heaven and earth. So why is it that prayer is to often so difficult? Have we let a fast-paced culture where being on the go is expected stretch our prayer lives thin? Are our prayers short sighted and self-centered? Have we allowed barriers to come between us and the Father? Do we feel that our prayers never get higher than the ceiling?  Scripture is clear that prayer is necessary and it is clear on how we should pray. It gives us helpful checkpoints to make sure we are approaching God in a prayerful mindset.  In this series, we will explore what Scripture has to say about prayer and what it has to teach us. We will learn how we can better delight in God’s presence, through prayer, even in the midst of busy-ness and distractions. May we all gain a greater recognition of why prayer is unavoidable (and why that is a good thing!).

After Adam and Eve sinned, they hid from God when they heard Him walking in the garden. Even though He knew what they did and where they were, he still asked them “Where are you?." Our God is a relational God and he created us to be in relationship with Him. That is why, at our core, each of us has a deep desire to be in communication with the creator of heaven and earth. So why is it that prayer is to often so difficult? Have we let a fast-paced culture where being on the go is expected stretch our prayer lives thin? Are our prayers short sighted and self-centered? Have we allowed barriers to come between us and the Father? Do we feel that our prayers never get higher than the ceiling?

Scripture is clear that prayer is necessary and it is clear on how we should pray. It gives us helpful checkpoints to make sure we are approaching God in a prayerful mindset.

In this series, we will explore what Scripture has to say about prayer and what it has to teach us. We will learn how we can better delight in God’s presence, through prayer, even in the midst of busy-ness and distractions. May we all gain a greater recognition of why prayer is unavoidable (and why that is a good thing!).

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"I AM" is a study of the seven times in the book of John where Jesus makes an "I am" statement. Each week we will look at one of these statements. Within each of them there are not only specific insights about who Jesus is telling us He is but also a direction from Him about who we are called to be as His followers. Together we will explore each of these statements and why they are crucial for a life devoted to Him.

"I AM" is a study of the seven times in the book of John where Jesus makes an "I am" statement. Each week we will look at one of these statements. Within each of them there are not only specific insights about who Jesus is telling us He is but also a direction from Him about who we are called to be as His followers. Together we will explore each of these statements and why they are crucial for a life devoted to Him.



In this series, we will be looking at each of the signs (or miracles) that John outlines in his gospel. These signs of Jesus were used “to teach deep underlying lessons to his disciples."  Although these signs were performed a long time ago, the truths they carry with them show us very clearly who Jesus is and how we should live today.

In this series, we will be looking at each of the signs (or miracles) that John outlines in his gospel. These signs of Jesus were used “to teach deep underlying lessons to his disciples."

Although these signs were performed a long time ago, the truths they carry with them show us very clearly who Jesus is and how we should live today.