Church Online 2019

December First Wednesday: Anxiety Panel

It's a Wonderful Mess

It’s Christmastime and that means it’s time to show everyone how harmonious and happyyour family is, right? But for almost all of us, Christmas is generally more about havoc than Hallmark. Our family gatherings can make the Griswolds from Christmas Vacation seem well-adjusted and normal. If Christmas with your family looks less than picture-perfect, join the club! In It’s a Wonderful Mess, we’ll look at your family from God’s perspective. And you just might be surprised to discover that your mess brings God’s best. You may just find that your mess—as messy as it is—is wonderful!

I Can See Clearly Now

When Anxiety Attacks

When Anxiety Attacks it causes nervousness. It brings tension. It can even be paralyzing. But it doesn’t have to be that way. We weren’t created to live in a constant state of anxiety. God’s plan for you doesn’t include stress, being burned out, and always feeling exhausted. It’s not His desire for us to live in fear. Instead, step boldly into the peace that God offers you even . . . When Anxiety Attacks.

Series runs November 3-24.

The Monster in Me

More frightening than the Boogeyman. More seductive than a vampire’s kiss. More destructive than alien invaders from another galaxy. It will numb your soul, steal your life, and threaten your most treasured relationships.Its lair is found in the last place anyone wants to look: the dark and mysterious depths of your heart. Left to its own, it will grow in power and influence, like a lab experiment gone terribly wrong. But this monster has a weakness. It can be defeated. You can escaped its
clutches. What is this monster that dwells within each of us? In this new message series, you’ll learn what it is,and you will be given the weapons needed to destroy it. Join us to learn how you can overcome this monster and save your world, forever.


Slow your roll. This may be the best advice you get all year. But what exactly does it mean? Well, when someone is “on aroll,” it means they are enthusiastically following an idea, a plan, or a line of action. This enthusiasm has the person moving quickly forward and perhaps not thinking things through. But we all know there are times in life when we just need to . . . simplify. Life can be crazy—like outta-control crazy. And sometimes the best thing we can do is learn to simplify. Because sometimes simpler is better. Join us for a new series that will shed some much-needed biblical insight on how to slow down and . . . wise up! September 8-29.

Hope in Action