Pop culture’s films and music give you the impression that love and romance is a young person’s game; but the truth is this: Love is like wine, and gets better with time.
We've been taught to see evil and injustice in mainly individualistic terms. The Book of Revelation confronts and exposes oppressive "cultures" and exploitative economies represented by the "Beasts" and "Babylon" and the Harlot. This makes Revelation a very timely book as we expose aspects of American society and our history that has the "marks of the beast."
A Memorial Weekend service with a message focusing on the meaning and significance of the Ascension of Christ
This is part 3 of “Apocalypse Now”, a sermon series on the Book of Revelation. Jeremy draws out key themes of Rev. 5 & 6 – the centering vision of the entire book – while drawing inspiration from local sites of his hometown.
This is part 2 of our series on the Book of Revelation. This message explores how Jesus spoke specific messages of hope and challenge to his churches back then, and he still does today. Join Jeremy as he wanders his hometown community making connections to the past.
Spiders and snakes are not very cute or cuddly and, for most of us, they have a high “ick" factor. But they likely are NOT what keep you awake at night. So, what are you REALLY afraid of?