As a deep breath fills your lungs with life-giving oxygen, the stories of Jesus will invite you to fill your life with life-giving good news. So, people, be ready to catch your breath even when life is hard!
April 25: In Times of Fear (John 20:19-30)
There are many things that keep us locked in fear. Finances, broken relationships, addictions, the unknown, our past, the list can go on and on. We all have fears. Even when we are locked in the room of our fears, Jesus breathes new life into us!
May 2: In Times of Exhaustion (John 21:1-19)
Are you expected to do more work in the same amount of time? Are you overwhelmed by all that needs to be done in your professional, personal, church and volunteer life? Most of us are exhausted by all of life’s demands. Just when we think we have nothing left to give, Jesus offers us nourishment and restores all that we need!
May 9: In Times of Loneliness (John 13:31-35)
We can be surrounded by people and still feel incredibly lonely. We can experience abandonment by loved ones and betrayal. At times we all wonder if we are in the world alone as an individual or if we are connected to one another by something bigger and deeper. Even amid these struggles, Christ calls us into a powerful community that is based on loving one another!
May 16: In Times of Suffering (John 5:1-9)
Do you want to be made well? After years of suffering and isolation, Jesus asks this powerful question and invites the paralyzed man into the pool of healing waters. When we get news of suffering in our world, it takes our breath away. In this Easter season Christ invites you to catch your breath and receive the blessings of his healing.
May 23: Songs of the Spirit "Pentecost Cantata" (Acts 2:1 - 13)
Join us for an uplifting morning of music as you catch your breath on this Pentecost-inspired Cantata Sunday featuring our various musical ensembles and choirs!
May 30: In Times of Division (John 17:20 - 26)
Lost friends or family members when discussing politics? Can’t agree on the little things let alone the big national and global issues? We live in a divided time. Jesus shows a better way, a way of unity that brings us together!