Simple.

In our world today, there is a deep longing for healing; personal, relational, cultural, racial… We have not yet realized that we have been going to the wrong sources for healing. We tend to complicate things. In reality, the answer is Simple. Join us for worship and learn, like Naaman, that the answer to our … More Simple.

The Source of Life

In 2 Kings 2, Elisha cures a spring in Jericho of the “evil” water that was causing death. In a similar way, many springs/wells of thought, action, & influence today are polluted or corrupted. Unfortunately, we see the sickness this causes within us and all around us. Like Elisha, God is inviting us to participate … More The Source of Life

Empty Vessels

The Bible is filled with stories of God’s faithfulness. He is faithful. Over and over again, He is faithful. He will keep giving His presence, and all the good that comes with His presence, as long as we continue to come to Him in our emptiness. We have as much of God as we are … More Empty Vessels

Really Close

Do you believe that God is up to something great in the world? Do you believe that God has a great purpose for you in helping build that great future He is creating? Through the story of Elijah and Elisha, one of the lessons God teaches us is that we need to get Really Close … More Really Close

Clear the Mechanism

Is God really active in the world today? Does God really play a role in anything anymore? Is God just a passive observer? Sometimes we need to learn that God does not only work in BIG, spectacular, earth-shaking ways. The One, True God also works in the infinitely small things…the seemingly monotonous and tedious things … More Clear the Mechanism

Losing “Loft”

There’s an old Greek saying; “You will break the bow if you keep it always bent.” What happens when we don’t care for ourselves? What happens when we fill every moment with “stuff”? Aren’t we supposed to always be doing something “productive” and have some tangible end result? Let’s learn from Elijah what happens when … More Losing “Loft”