Serving others is a great way to honor God. Whether serving within the church or in the community,, we offer a variety of ways for you to utilize your natural gifts and interests while activating your passion to know God.
Whether in the church, community or your home, our goal is to build relationships and share life with one another and God. There are a variety of groups to help you grow spiritually, build strong values and enjoy fellowship.
All work and no play makes Jack and dull boy. This modern proverb was first published by James Howell in 1659 but it is a biblical principle that can be found all through the Bible. Throughout history God has called his people to celebrate; celebrate the Passover, celebrate God’s goodness, celebrate God’s righteousness, and Jesus told stores about how the kingdom of God is feast to celebrate. Heaven itself is a celebration – a royal wedding feast. Good leaders understand the need to help people celebrate and this week we will celebrate in worship and learn what’s involved in true, God-honoring celebration.
Generosity isn’t about giving a big gift one day, it’s about giving big parts of our lives away every day. Generosity involves joyfully giving away our time, energy, talents, resources, possessions and money in order to add value to others. Learn from King Saul’s son, Jonathan, how to develop our own lives of generosity.
On July 4th we celebrated 238 years of freedom as a nation because men and women were committed to a cause. They were “sold-out” and “all-in” for establishing a nation where people could experience the fullness of “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness”. Commitment is important to all leaders because commitment leads directly to action.