11/19/17 – Homeland – The Opportunity Of Hospitality

Where is home for you? Is it the place where you lay your head at night? Is it where you’re most relaxed? Maybe it’s when you’re with certain people? Is it somewhere you long for or a place you wish you could return to?

Moving, displacement and immigration are terms we use to describe people leaving a familiar place and trying to call a strange, new place “home.” Differences in food, schools, language, and relationships provide us with new, everyday life challenges as our environment changes.

People immigrating to new areas is nothing new to human history. It makes culture dynamic and the world around us ever changing. We are going to take 3 Sundays to explore what this means to our lives, the church, the gospel, and our growing global community.

+Weekend Extra – How Do I Love and Not Enable?

+Weekend Extra with Pastor Jeff and Pastor Ryan.
There are always extra thoughts, topics, and insights that cannot be covered in the conversations on the weekend. The Weekend Extra is to help further the conversation from the message. In this episode Pastor Jeff discusses the third week’s conversation of Love Differently.

11/12/17 – Love Differently – Love Does

Loving God means loving people. God works in our lives to prepare us to impact our world by giving our lives away. When it comes to love, nothing is quite as intriguing as the motivation and style of love derived from God. Jesus showed us this radical and life-saving love through giving His own life away. As we recognize that Jesus’ radical love is directed toward us, it changes our outlook, lifestyle, and even who we love. We begin to love differently.

11/12/17 – All Out All In: Resources

Medina East Campus | Week 2 | Tony Livigni | November 12, 2017

Whether it’s a religion, a sports team, your family, or the checkbook … we all worship something in life. The problem is, we don’t always realize what it is we worship, or that it might be the wrong thing to worship altogether. All Out All In will help us test different aspects of our lives to discover what we worship, figure out what God’s best is, and know how we can realign ourselves to be All Out AND All In.

11/12/17 – Homeland – The Moral Minority

Where is home for you? Is it the place where you lay your head at night? Is it where you’re most relaxed? Maybe it’s when you’re with certain people? Is it somewhere you long for or a place you wish you could return to?

Moving, displacement and immigration are terms we use to describe people leaving a familiar place and trying to call a strange, new place “home.” Differences in food, schools, language, and relationships provide us with new, everyday life challenges as our environment changes.

People immigrating to new areas is nothing new to human history. It makes culture dynamic and the world around us ever changing. We are going to take 3 Sundays to explore what this means to our lives, the church, the gospel, and our growing global community.

11/5/17 – Love Differently – First Loved

Loving God means loving people. God works in our lives to prepare us to impact our world by giving our lives away. When it comes to love, nothing is quite as intriguing as the motivation and style of love derived from God. Jesus showed us this radical and life-saving love through giving His own life away. As we recognize that Jesus’ radical love is directed toward us, it changes our outlook, lifestyle, and even who we love. We begin to love differently.

11/5/17 – All Out All In: Intro

Whether it’s a religion, a sports team, your family, or the checkbook … we all worship something in life. The problem is, we don’t always realize what it is we worship, or that it might be the wrong thing to worship altogether. All Out All In will help us test different aspects of our lives to discover what we worship, figure out what God’s best is, and know how we can realign ourselves to be All Out AND All In.

Join us! The beginning of a series is a great time to come check us out!