Forgiveness sounds like something that is so simple. However, those who have tried to forgive, know that it is incredibly difficult. Join Pastor Tim as he challenges us to be people defined by forgiveness.
What is the church? We use the word “church to refer to a number of different things; buildings, people, local congregations, national denominations, separation of church and state. This can often lead us to wonder who or what or where is the church? Join Pastor Tim as he shares about the church.
The Hebrew word for “spirit” is ruach. It’s the personal presence of God. This spirit has been active since before the creation of the world and it’s calling you to be a part of that story. Join Pastor Tim as he unpacks the declaration, “I believe in the Holy Spirit.”
He will come again to judge the living and the dead
Most of us don’t spend a lot of time thinking about the end of the world. At a funeral or life tragedy, we often take time to think about life and eternity. But the scriptures tell us that death may not be the end of our life! Join Pastor Tim as he talks about what Christians beleive about the end of the world.
Why did the early church include a line tracking Jesus’ descension and ascension? Where they just trying to keep track of Jesus’ movements? Or do these lines reveal a much greater truth about the reality of Jesus’ death and resurrection?
P.S. I realized after the fact that I confused Kyrie Irving with J.R. Smith dribbling out the clock. My bad.
The cross is so ordinary and extraordinary at the same time. It was commonplace to see roads and hills littered with crosses from Roman executions. Crucifixion was a method of capital punishment in which the victim was tied or nailed to a large wooden beam and left to hang, perhaps for several days, until eventual death from exhaustion and asphyxiation. It is an ancient execution tool that has become synonymous with a major world religion. There is something profoundly different about Christianity that from the very beginning of its formation Jesus’ followers were intensely interested in the death of their God. So what is it about the cross? What is it that turns it from tragedy to celebration? Because it was necessary