It’s Hard To Believe

June 25, 2017 – July 23, 2017

From Christ’s resurrection to His promise to return to earth, from the inerrancy of the Bible to making sense of what happens when we die – it can be hard to believe. But through God’s crazy love – and a little unraveling, exploring, and translating – we can begin to make sense of those times it is hard to believe.

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In An Absolute Truth

June 25, 2017 | Pastor John Hill

Everywhere you look these days, it seems like people want to do whatever seems right to them. Is what is true for one person, not true for all people? Today, Pastor John takes a hard look at “moral relativism” and what Jesus says about it.

I Don’t Have To Be Good Enough

July 2, 2017 | Isaiah DeMoss

It’s not about how good you are, it’s about how good Jesus is. So many Christians others get this wrong. It’s easy to believe you have to do something to earn God’s grace, but the truth is that it just keeps washing over you, like waves on the shore, and there’s nothing you can do to stop it.

Christ Is Coming Again

July 9, 2017 | Pastor John Hill

A central part of the Christian Faith is that Jesus will come back. It seems really hard to believe. It’s been 2000 years since He left in the first place. How should we respond to the claim that “Christ is coming again?”

What Heaven and Hell are Like

July 16, 2017 | Pastor John Hill

The Bible has a lot to say about the afterlife: Heaven and Hell. And more often than not, the growing field of NDE’s (near death experiences) corroborates miraculously with what the Bible has to say. Taking a look at NDE’s gives us some powerful clues to reassure us of what Heaven and Hell are like.

Why Are Some Christians Mean?

July 23, 2017 | Pastor John Hill

Have you ever wondered why some people who claim to be Christians just don’t act like it? It’s likely they might not even be Christians at all. Jesus’ apostle Paul wrote a letter to the Philippians that gives us four reasons why people are pulled towards arrogance and hypocrisy instead of displaying the humble, loving, compassion of Jesus Christ.