We are in spiritual battle to love God with all of our lives and to love our neighbors as ourselves. Join us in exploring 7 ways to engage in this battle.
What does it mean to "live out your calling?" What does "calling" even mean? Come explore how to live from your calling in Christ Jesus.
In these uncertain times, we need to continue to live from the Gospel. Here are three effects that comes from the life we have in Jesus.
The book of Esther begins with a party prepared by a pagan king but ends with a party prepared for God's people . For God's people, their story started with sin and sadness, but ended in rejoicing and celebration. Even in times of challenges and hardships, God invites us and even commands us to rejoice. This Sunday we will read about God's people rejoicing at the end of their story, and we will explore what we have to rejoice in, even though we are in the middle of ours.
How do we live in light Jesus saving us? Here are three ways to respond to God's grace.
As many in our nation and on our island ache for justice in our lives and for those who experience racism, violence and abuse, maybe you feel paralyzed. How do we respond in the times we are living in? Esther 7 will provide encouragement and instruction on how to pursue gospel-centered justice.
God's providence means that He is working in ordinary lives to accomplish His good purposes. How should we live in response to this? Come explore Esther 6 with us as we grow in our relationship with Jesus.
Due to the short term and long term effects of this pandemic, we need to form strategies for how we navigate family, workplace, schooling and relationships. In Esther chapter 5, we will receive steps in how to think through such strategies.
In life, we make impactful decisions. Sometimes, we are led by our emotions and regret doing so. Other times we analyze the decision to the point of not deciding at all. The book of Esther speaks into this topic.
Our lives are often marked by tragedies and sins, yet the good news is these things do not have to define us. Join us as we see how the book of Esther speaks hope into our lives.