Services on 1 Corinthians
During this series we will be discussing sever labels/attribute of God who became man and Savior—Jesus Christ—as we ask, Who Is Jesus?
In this last week of the Get Fishin’ series, we look at one of the greatest “fishers of people” ever — the Apostle Paul. Specifically, we will look at his passion and how we can embrace that same passion for others as we can each become a Fishin’ Fanatic.
We live in a time where Satan desires to harm the father relationship that God made to help us grow. Many who walk around have wounds based off of broken father or father figure relationships. This week join us for Aren’t Many Fathers as we seek to find God’s method for restoring us.
Scripture: Matthew 10:40-42; 1 Corinthians 2:9 (NIV) This week the mission team to Haiti will share what God did with the mountains we and the people of Haiti faced on the Mission Trip, what God is done since and what God is calling us to do in the future with the people of Gressier, Haiti.
The church is one body and just like everybody, each part has a purpose, designed by God. One of the most controversial and most neglected areas of the Christian life is found in the areas of Spiritual Gifts. This week we will look at the Spiritual Gifts, what aren’t they, what are they, and what does this mean for me and my relationship with God.
For many Christians, talking about our beliefs can seem awkward; yet, we do not have keep it that way. In the series, Be Awkward, we will look at how we can become more confident in sharing our faith as we continue to Be Awkward.
In this 4-week series we will address common misattributes about God, like “God will not give you more than you can handle,” or “God wants you to be happy.” In doing so, we will look at how these quick areas may make us feel better temporarily; however, the often prevent us from delving into deeper relationship with Him. So, joins us as we look at where God says, I Did Not Say That: Week #1: God Won’t Give You More Than You Can Handle.
In the final week of the Old School Rocks series, we will look at something so old school that Jesus instituted himself: Communion.
The Olympics teaches us so much and it also presents a way to teach all of us the importance that we are running the ‘race of life’ in which we need to go for the gold! On your mark…get set…
Join us for this honest, humorous, and honest connection in the Resurrection and why it does matter.
In this sermon we explore this process of growing in faith and knowledge of Jesus, how growth takes devotion, intention, and is required to deepen our faith journey with the Lord.
This Sunday, we will celebrate our first three years past and anxiously engage together the future vision of Haven’s calling.