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John Tanner | 8/20/2017

We're not merely about checking a box, having programs, building buildings, or meeting budgets. We're not just about inviting people to profess faith and leaving it there. We are a place of development. A place of growth. There is always a next step on the journey.

John Tanner | 8/13/2017

We believe life is better connected. God made us to thrive in intimate relationships. We believe connection in healthy, authentic, Christian community is the life-blood of our church.

John Tanner | 8/6/2017

We are a place where skeptics are welcome. You don't have to believe before you belong and you don't have to check your brain at the door. We value intellectual honesty, civility, and open-minded dialogue. We choose to address the most difficult cultural issues of our day head on, in a biblical and grace filled way. We aspire to be a safe place to admit your doubts and explore your faith.

John Tanner | 7/23/2017

Paul contrasts the desires/acts of the flesh with the fruit of the Spirit. What is the flesh? What does it mean to live in step with the Spirit and not according to the flesh?

John Tanner | 7/16/2017

Paul tells the Galatians that the “only thing that matters” is faith expressing itself through love. None of us can be justified before God by our works. We can only be justified by grace through faith.

John Tanner | 7/9/2017

In Christ a new creation, along with a new identity and a new community, has been forged. We are the family of God. The dividing walls of hostility have been removed. We are one in Christ.

Rica McRoy | 7/2/2017

Through Christ we have been set free. We are not bound by the letter of the Old Covenant law. But is that a license to do whatever we wish? Would that be real freedom or just another form of bondage?

Allen Wilson | 6/25/2017

In this series introduction, we will learn about the background and context of Paul’s letter to the Galatians, why he was so fired up, and why the false gospel of legalism they were being taught is so dangerous.

John Tanner | 6/11/2017

We will travel with Jesus and his inner circle to the mountain where he was transfigured before them. It was the trip of a lifetime. But what was it’s significance then and what does it mean for us today?

Rica McRoy | 6/4/2017

We will travel with Jesus to the pool of Bethesda, where people gathered in desperate hope for healing power. Healing was such a central part of Jesus’ ministry, but can we still experience his healing today?

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