Are you feeling frustrated with your local church? It’s easy to see the flaws and imperfections of those around us, but it’s important to remember that God has a unique purpose and plan for the church. In the book of Revelation, we see a wake-up call directed toward 7 churches, reminding us of the truth of God’s desire for His people. Join Luanna Cooper in Room 305 at 6pm each Wednesday night for sessions that will challenge your perspective and encourage you to embrace your part in helping the church fulfill its calling. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to deepen your understanding of the church’s role and how you can be an active participant in God’s plan.
Discovering what a God-shaped life looks like is not always easy, especially when we are faced with various challenges and decisions in our daily lives. However, the book of Proverbs provides us with invaluable insights and guidance on how to put our spiritual lives in order. Through memorable images and poetic language, the book describes how we can apply these insights to every aspect of our lives. From family and friendships to issues of justice, desire, goodness, and conflict, Proverbs has something to offer everyone. Join Dan Hecke in Room 200 at 6pm each Wednesday night as he leads a study group to help us all better understand and live out the principles of a God-shaped life.
Life can often feel chaotic and overwhelming, leaving us feeling lost and alone. However, there is a way out of the chaos and into a place of deep connection with the divine. The love of the heavenly Father can transform our lives, offering renewal and refreshment to our souls. But how do we experience this love in a world that is constantly demanding our attention and energy? The answer lies in coming away from the noise and distractions of the world and into a place of peace and safety. Join Rose Poag in Room 204 at 6pm each Wednesday night and be guided towards this place of intimacy with God. Through gentle, calming, and assuring guidance, you can experience the transformative power of the Father’s love and enjoy the gift of His intimate presence.