Join us for Christmas at the Barn on Christmas Eve at 3PM! We'll meet at Gray Willows Farm to celebrate the birth of our Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ! Register using the button below! *** We will have heaters throughout the barn, but don't forget to bundle up as it will be chilly!***
Waiting can be one of the hardest things we experience. If we're honest, waiting for something of significance to happen can feel lonely. It hurts to wait for a response only to get silence in return. Zechariah and Elizabeth live through what can only be described as a truly silent night. Little did they know that their waiting and the fulfillment of God’s promises would show us God’s timing is worth waiting for, and that gives us hope.
We desire to live a life of significance, but sometimes, life's circumstances become overwhelming. All too often we end up putting off things that matter most in our life in order to deal with the demands at work and on our to-do-list. When life becomes too much to handle we can turn to God for comfort. Join us as we put our overwhelm in perspective and strive to live a life of significance.
Today we will discover what role our emotions play in our Search for Significance! We'll look at the story of Jonah and how God was able to use him, and how he transformed what we see as failures into opportunities to experience grace. God called him to live a life of significance!
Join us as we journey together to discover what role our emotions play in our search for significance! This week we'll look at the story of Jeremiah and how God saw his potential. Despite his inadequacies, God called him to live a life of significance!
Christ followers are invited to entertain the idea that we, yes we, were created by God on purpose with a purpose to step into someone's suffering or need and help. The church is at its best when we use our gifts to do this. So, today we will be studying Esther and how she found herself at the right place at the right time with just the right gifts to change the course of history forher fellow Israelites. Esther learned that she was created for such a time as this. Maybe today you will discover the same about yourself; you too were created for such a time as this.
Everywhere you go, there is a need in our cities, our nation, and our world. People are struggling, addicted, broken, and lost. If Jesus is the hope of the world, then His church should act as His hands and feet. Faith is more than a moment, it's a movement. It’s time for the church to act on the hope we have--to meet people wherever they are and share the love of Jesus. It’s time to meet the need. It's time to Just Move!
Setbacks are an inevitable part of your faith! The challenge is that we don't always know what a setback will be, even when we're expecting it. Here’s the good news; Jesus doesn't just give mercy because He can, but because He can relate. Jesus knows that setbacks are an inevitable part of your faith journey and He will be with you every step of the way.
Hebrews 12 challenges us to throw off all that hinders us from pursuing Jesus, to leave behind the sin which so easily entangles us. We are taught to fix our eyes on Jesus, the author, and perfecter of our faith. We can also learn from those who have gone before us and those running with us! The faith of others can motivate you to persevere.
Have you ever really hoped for something even though you had no idea how it might happen? Sometimes our hopes are so big that we don't even know where to begin. What big thing is God already saying to you?
Join us for worship at Rejoice as we celebrate our Faith In Action weekend!
Jesus describes living in God’s kingdom as the wise way to live. When the storms of life roll in, where does your strength come from? Is your life built on a solid foundation?