What Me, Worry?

Pandemic. Hurricanes. Racial and political unrest. There’s a lot to worry us right now and it’s not easy to lay our anxieties aside, as Jesus tell us to do in Matthew 6. Yet it’s possible when we break it down

September 13, 2020: “When Grief Breaks Your Heart”

Jesus had a lot to say about what it means to be happy. People often say I want my children to be happy and my family to be happy. But we define happiness based on things we acquire or things

September 6, 2020: “At the End of Your Rope” (Livestream)

Jesus had a lot to say about what it means to be happy. People often say I want my children to be happy and my family to be happy. But we define happiness based on things we acquire or things

August 30, 2020: Keeping the Amazing in Grace (Livestream)

Religion and spirituality–Christian faith–can be a life-giving source. But it can also be very limiting and even toxic when love is removed from the equation. Throughout the month of August, we’ll discuss how religion can sometimes take a turn for

August 23, 2020: Recovering Pharisees (Livestream)

Religion and spirituality–Christian faith–can be a life-giving source. But it can also be very limiting and even toxic when love is removed from the equation. Throughout the month of August, we’ll discuss how religion can sometimes take a turn for

August 16, 2020: “Who Is My Neighbor?” (Livestream)

Religion and spirituality–Christian faith–can be a life-giving source. But it can also be very limiting and even toxic when love is removed from the equation. Throughout the month of August, we’ll discuss how religion can sometimes take a turn for

Why Should We Wear Masks?

What should our response be when it comes to wearing a mask during this pandemic? In this week’s eVideo, Rev. Dr. Kip Laxson says we must uphold our Christian responsibility to think of others and care for our neighbors. On

August 9, 2020: To Love God Is To Love Like God (Livestream)

Religion and spirituality–Christian faith–can be a life-giving source. But it can also be very limiting and even toxic when love is removed from the equation. Throughout the month of August, we’ll discuss how religion can sometimes take a turn for