The mission God has given us is a “get to”, not a “have to.” As a church family, we get to partner with the Holy Spirit to reach Central Kentucky and there isn’t anything that we could give our lives to that is more fulfilling than that. In this message we will look at how Paul and Silas set an example for the church in Philippi by leading with joy and gratitude. (Acts 16/Philippians 1:1-11)
What happens when you ask a bunch of kids to tell the story of Christmas? Enjoy this story of Bethle-ha-ha-ham and the magical star that appeared.
The beauty of creation is meant to point us to its Creator. Worship has a way of bringing everything into focus—what matters in life and what doesn’t. It also reminds us that God’s power and God’s presence is always on display.
We were created to experience meaningful relationships and all too often we settle for surface level imitations. Jesus had close friends and when one of them died, we see him express just how much they meant to him. In this message, we will explore how to develop and grow lasting friendships with people you’ll spend eternity with.
Everyone everywhere will have something bad happen to them at some point in life. Trusting God to use the bad for something good is not always easy, but it is necessary if we want to heal and help others heal. In this message, we will look at the ups and downs of Joseph’s life and how God had a plan from the beginning of Joseph’s life to bless him even when he couldn’t see it.
Jesus invited twelve people to leave behind a predictable life for an unpredictable one. Setting down fishing nets and saying goodbye to friends and family was only the beginning of a life full of twists and turns and unexpected encounters with people from every walk of life. What Jesus expects from us is simple, but leaving our old way of living isn’t. In this message we will explore how to say “no” to a lot of good things so we can say “yes” to the most important things in life.