Killing Jesus in Our Lives

In Matthew 21, Jesus enters Jerusalem to celebrate Passover.  Passover was a celebration that everyone in Israel was expected to celebrate so everyone is converging into the city.  It’s like seeing a team win a super bowl and the city throws them a parade, everyone shows up. It’s this week when Jesus is betrayed and crucified.  Remember, it wasn’t long ago that Jesus raised Lazarus from the dead.  Jesus is super popular as he enters the city. Everyone . . . Read More »

Are You Making Things Harder Than They Need To Be?

Today we continue our study of Philippians by looking at a new section of Scripture! Believe it or not, after four weeks studying Philippians 2:1-4 we are now moving on and I want you to know as we get started today, that what we are diving into, is widely considered to be one of the greatest and most moving passages Paul ever wrote about Jesus.  How is that for an exciting build up to a section of Scripture!  . . . Read More »

Living Victoriously Regardless Of What Life Throws At You Next

Welcome back everyone to week three of our study on the book of Philippians that we are calling “The Ultimate Guide to Life & Love.”  I’m so excited about this and am hoping that three weeks in you are already understanding just how relevant and timely the book of Philippians can be for our lives today.  We are living in difficult and confusing times.  It feels like we cannot turn on the TV or open our phones or . . . Read More »

The Core of Christianity

We can create the most detailed and elaborate plans in life, but life may not work out the way you want it to.  You can even plan out your kid’s future in great detail, but it doesn’t always work out the way you want it to.  You know this don’t you?  It’s our life experience.  As many plans as we make, ultimately, God will determine how things will work out.  This doesn’t mean we don’t make plans.  It . . . Read More »