The Hope of Glory ~ Luke Burrow

            Right now, perhaps more than any time in recent memory, we live in a world of anxiety, fear, and uncertainty. Alongside the clearest worries about physical health and the wellbeing of those we love,...

Ongoing Ministry in a Social Distancing Age

As we all try to keep our physical distance from one another and seek to ‘flatten the curve’ in order to slow the spread of sickness, our staff has worked very hard to adjust ministry to serve you. What is ministry going to look like for the next while? Our website...

Embracing Strange ~ Andrew Hall

From an early age, I felt like a fish out of water. Growing up as a Christian in a very secular city, I was aware of a handful of other believers in my high school. My family’s religious practices – going to church on Sundays, reading the Bible after dinner, taking a...

Seen for Good ~ Luke Burrow

“Beloved, I urge you as sojourners and exiles to abstain from the passions of the flesh, which wage war against your soul. Keep your conduct among the Gentiles honorable, so that when they speak against you as evildoers, they may see your good deeds and glorify God on...

Proclaim the Excellencies! ~ Gary Prickett

What is your view of church, or even, the Church? As we continue our consideration of faithful living in a predominantly faithless culture in the light of 1 Peter, how we see ourselves and our mission is critically important. As Christianity is kicked to society’s...

Living in Babylon ~ Andrew Hall

Disney boycotts. Christian marches. Keeping prayer in school. What happened to the “Moral Majority”? During the 1980s, Christians fought the culture wars by using politics as the primary means to maintain the Christian West.  But Christendom is no more. Recently,...