To Be a Member
As new believers or seasoned pilgrims, we all do well to hear the gospel. Constantly. To be reminded of hat Christ has done on our behalf, who we are in Gods sight and what we are called to be and do – we all do well to be reminded. Constantly! Together, we will look at what it means to be a member of Christ’s body, the church. Why do we even step foot in the door, and what are we called to do when there? What are the idols and falsehoods that war within us, within the church, peeling our eyes off the true prize? How is fellowship, that magnificent gift from God, truly defined?
The Beautiful Christian Life
Le Ann Trees
April 6-8, 2018
Iron that Sharpens
The Glory of Christ in Everyday Friendship
Oil and perfume make the heart glad, and the sweetness of a friend come from his earnest counsel.
What’s in Your Mirror?
by Sherry Wagner
April 8-10, 2016
The Crooked Generation | A History of Where We Are, and How We Got Here
Advice from a Tree | Reflecting Christ in the Family
The Choir of Perfect Harmony | Reflecting Christ in the Church
Authentic or Deception | Reflecting Christ in the world
Running the Race
by Margaret Falk
April 10-12, 2015
Running the race with our eyes fixed on Jesus
As Christians we are pilgrims traveling through this world to our final, heavenly home. Hebrews 12:1-2 describes this journey as a race to be run. How can we keep our focus on Christ? What are the weights that slow us down and trip us up? How can we encourage one another to persevere when out bodies are growing weak? Wherever you are in your pilgrimage, come and receive the challenge and the encouragement to run well.
The Lord, My Portion
by Lori Marinucci
April 11-13, 2014
“What does it mean to enter into Christ’s suffering? What if God uses suffering ad a primary vehicle to grow you in grace and make you dependent? How can you affirm God is love, when he allows evil to exist? We will explore God’s promises of a faith expanding, sanctifying journey through the wilderness of affliction, as we walk the road of dependence and faith, towards eternity.”