As we continue our series of messages on the Beatitudes, we look at what it means to hunger and thirst for righteousness this week. We will look at the desire we have to follow God’s ways over our own ways and how we can align our lives with Christ.
This week we examine what Jesus means when he says "blessed are the meek".
This week we look at the second beatitude: blessed are those who mourn. We look deeper into this in the context of of the parable of the prodigal son.
This week we start our new series, Connect Fort Collins. Over the next weeks, we are going to look at the Beatitudes and how Jesus has taught us to live radically different. We will talk about how to live transformed, different lives while engaging the culture around us. This week we will talk about the first Beatitude: "Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven."
This week we finish our series "This is Church". Today we will talk about how we are going to fulfill our mission: to connect the community we live in to the Christ that we love. We believe that we do that best wen we KNOW Jesus, GROW Together, an SHARE Jesus. This week we unpack our vision and will see how each of us have an opportunity to connect people to Christ.
This week we are digging deeper into our mission to connect the community we live in to the Christ we love. We will break down how to practically connect the people around us to Jesus
This week, our focus is on what the church can do outside the walls of the building. since we are Christ's body, we bring the love and life of Jesus wherever we go. Today we look at the ways we are connecting to meet spiritual and physical needs of people in our community.
Pastor Dave Sather talks about what life in Christ is like; both personally and as a church.
Everyone plays a crucial role in the body of Christ. We each have our own unique gifts that have been a part of us since we were born. How can we use those gifts to see Heaven come to earth?
The Church is the restorative life of Christ to the World.
God is our provider and blesses us as we give.
Your calling has nothing to do with your vocation or your destination. It has to do with your person and your identity.
Baptism is an external celebration of what God has done internally. Through baptism we can declare and celebrate publicly the change that salvation has brought to our lives.
When questioning things in your life, where do you go for guidance first? Friends, family, social media, God? God is so good, that even if you wait until the last minute to ask Him, He will have an answer for you!
Worship is declaring God's worth and encountering him personally. Through worship we exalt God and encounter Him. What has God done in your life through worship?
Prayer is communication back and forth with the God who loves us. It is both speaking and listening. Prayer moves God's heart! How have you seen prayer affect your life?
The Word of God is more than a book, it is alive and active. The Word has power and the Word restores!
In the second message in the Rooted series we discover God's fatherly love.
First message in the Rooted series
When Jesus encountered people he empowered them with the Holy Spirit. Do you have questions or confusion of the Holy Spirit? How have you seen the Holy Spirit work in your life?