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Life Is Complicated. We Can Help.

The world looks different. And with change, comes complication. How do we manage the complexities of marriage, parenting, anxiety, fear, and faith, with or without COVID-19? We all want our lives to count. We all want to make a difference. We're all in this together. Life is complicated...we can help.


The Art of Hospitality

Ekklesia

BETTER

We live in a world that tells us we should pursue our self-interests: money, career, status, buying the big house or an expensive car, going on fancy vacations, the list goes on and on. These are the goals of our culture and how many people view success. But at some point in our lives, we find that we're no longer interested in those things. Instead, we want the things that are truly worth having. What does it mean to look beyond yourself and this world to find something more? We all get the opportunity to make a choice, so when life gives you choices, learn to choose better.

Hidey Ho Neighbor

When Jesus was asked to sum up everything into one command, He said to love God with everything we have and to love our neighbors as ourselves. What happens when everyone who is a Jesus-follower takes this commandment seriously? Is it possible that the solution to one of our culture's biggest issues has been right in front of us for the past two thousand years? During this unprecedented time in history, being a good neighbor is more important than ever. When we attempt to stay socially connected in a world that is pushing us to stay physically distanced, it can get complicated. We know you want to get this right and we want to help.

Hope in the Dark

Can God be good when life is not?

When life hits hard, it plunges us into a sea of questions we hoped we'd never have to ask. But when you feel broken, abandoned, and struggling to find answers, there's a beacon in the storm. A message series focusing on the book of Habakkuk, Hope in the Dark, shows us how we can cling to God even when our circumstances are overwhelming because He will carry us through the storm.


Easter 2020

Fearless Living in a Fearful World

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