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I SEE You
Sometimes people are invisible. They get lost behind the scenes of life; homeless, fatherless, friendless, feeling worthless. They come in all shapes and sizes, all income brackets, all colors, and families. They live unseen or unnoticed. You can come to their rescue. You can be the voice that reminds them they’re not alone. And it all begins with these three words: I SEE you. Join us this weekend at any of our four worship experiences as Pastor Rich leads us one step further in our summer series Powerful Words. No one saw invisible people better than Jesus. When you live like Jesus with people, you can see them, too.
I TRUST You
Who do you trust? Why do you trust them? Behind trust is a reason and a result. The reason you trust someone is your connection to them. Maybe you know them or you’ve seen what they do. It’s a big deal when someone trusts you. The result of trust is even bigger. In fact, for a follower of Jesus, having someone trust you may lead them to the biggest decision of their lives. Join us this weekend at any of our four worship experiences as Pastor Rich leads us into week #5 of our summer series Powerful Words. Come expectant!
We all blame people, probably more than you think; the guy cutting you off in traffic, the person cutting you off in conversation, your kids for making you late. Any time something doesn’t go the way you want it to the tendency is to blame. I blame you. Those are powerful words. But what if there’s another way? What if you could watch Jesus deal with a man who deserved blame but got something else, something greater? See, blame brings shame, but claim brings change. This is the model Jesus set and if you want to live like Jesus with people you need to stop playing the blame game. Join us this weekend at any of our 4 weekend worship experiences as Pastor Rich leads us into week #4 of our summer series Powerful Words. Come expectant!
Forgive. It is a simple word with big implications. We all want to be forgiven, but giving forgiveness doesn’t always come easily. This weekend in our traditional services, Pastor Jim Decker will lead us in the lesson, The Two Faces of Forgiveness. The sermon will be centered around I John 1:8—10, Ephesians 4:30-32 and Mathew 18: 21& 22. Join us as we explore what it means to be forgiven and what it looks like to offer forgiveness.
"I forgive you". Three simple words, but sometimes harder to say than we think. Why should we forgive? How do we forgive? These are important questions for us to think about when it comes to our relationship with Jesus Christ and our relationships with our family and friends. Join us this weekend as we dig into these questions and hopefully you will leave with a better understanding of the forgiveness our Lord and Savior has extended to us and how He commands us to do the same to those that have hurt us and our loved ones. Until then, open your bible and read Mark 1:25, Hebrews 12:15 and Matthew 6:14-15 to get your hearts ready. Matt Coyne, Director of Student Ministry at New Stanton Church, will be preaching in Current this weekend.
I HATE You
"I hate you." Those are powerful words. Perhaps more than any others, they harm the one who speaks them as much as the one who receives them. We all feel hate on some level. Most of us harbor it in some way. But where does hate come from? And is there a way to get rid of it? What difference would it make if you could? Join us this weekend at any of our worship experiences as Pastor Rich leads us into the second week of our summer series "Powerful Words".
I LOVE You
Matthew 22:34-40 & John 13:34-35
Your words carry weight. Because you live in relationships with people your words matter. But what if they matter more than you realize? Many of your relationships have been built and broken by words. But what if your words could lead people into a relationship not just with you but with Jesus? The life goal of every follower of Jesus is to lead other people to Him. Join us this weekend at any of our worship experiences as we begin our summer series Powerful Words. Come discover how living with people like Jesus can lead people to Jesus.