Month: February 2020

Asking For A Friend – Week 3 – A Calling For Today

I’m just…”Asking for a Friend”… It’s a phrase we use when we have questions, but are too scared or embarrassed to ask them. Often we go to the internet or a peer for insight or explanation. Sometimes, we just let the question sit unanswered inside of us for a long time. 

Unsurprisingly, this isn’t the best way to get solid, biblical answers for our questions. The Bible has many confusing stories, and Jesus often says things that are difficult to understand. However, wrestling with difficult issues is an important step in the process of becoming like Jesus. If we are going to truly learn to love and follow him, we have to give him access to every part of our lives, even the ones we don’t want to talk about or when His instructions are confusing or challenging.

Having a difficult time understanding the Bible? Don’t worry. It’s something that we have all struggled with, and in this series we’re going to learn together. We’re just going to say that we’re Asking For A Friend.

What’s the Difference – Introduction

Victor Hugo famously said, “Tolerance is the best religion.” In a society where the growing mantra is “What’s true for me is good for me, what’s true for you is good for you,” issues of faith and religion can become foggy. In this not-to-miss series, we’ll investigate “What’s the Difference?”between the Gospel of the New Testament and other belief systems … and answer some FAQs about our culture’s “You do you” mentality along the way.

+Weekend Extra – 2/16/20 – How To Invest Our Lives Through The Right Lens

This week’s Weekend Extra is with Shana Kim and Pastor Jeff Bogue.

The Weekend Extra is a podcast that deals with topics and questions about the Weekend message. It offers different thoughts, topics and insights that cannot be covered in the conversation of the weekend.

Asking For A Friend – Week 2 – The Returning King

I’m just…”Asking for a Friend”… It’s a phrase we use when we have questions, but are too scared or embarrassed to ask them. Often we go to the internet or a peer for insight or explanation. Sometimes, we just let the question sit unanswered inside of us for a long time. 

Unsurprisingly, this isn’t the best way to get solid, biblical answers for our questions. The Bible has many confusing stories, and Jesus often says things that are difficult to understand. However, wrestling with difficult issues is an important step in the process of becoming like Jesus. If we are going to truly learn to love and follow him, we have to give him access to every part of our lives, even the ones we don’t want to talk about or when His instructions are confusing or challenging.

Having a difficult time understanding the Bible? Don’t worry. It’s something that we have all struggled with, and in this series we’re going to learn together. We’re just going to say that we’re Asking For A Friend.