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David Bloom Rick Dieter Rob Ryg Andrew Werley Aaron Werner
2020 has given us many reasons to be weary but Jesus is the reason a weary world can rejoice!
In a year where life as we know it has be turned upside down it is so important to cut through the chaos and root ourselves in the only secure ground, Jesus Himself.
In this series, we will travel verse by verse through the Gospel of Mark focusing on Jesus life, teaching and His redemptive work accomplished for us in his death and resurrection.
When Jesus teaches us to pray, he invites us to pray " your Kingdom come, on earth, as it is in heaven."
In this series we are exploring what the Kingdom of God is and what it looks like to align our lives with God's kingdom here on earth. Each week we'll go through a passage in the Sermon on the Mount as Jesus proclaims the ways of His now and coming Kingdom.
Bridging the gap between our faith and everyday life.
Mountain top experiences from the Bible to help us see God more clearly.