Sermon Series

Value/Virtue

While most people tend to agree on basic human values, do we really put them into practice? This year, we'll take several Sundays and explore specific ways that God calls us to turn our values into virtues that we live out in a tangible way.

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We love a good story - one with a beginning, middle, and end; a story where you can even skip to the end before knowing the details that brought that ending about. The Bible is not a cover-to-cover linear story, it is more like a narrative arch emerging from the library of books that comprise it. If we look at the end of the Bible in Revelation 21, we find a picture of a future reality that leaves us with the questions: How do we get there? What started this story and why did it lead us here? If this ending hasn’t happened yet, how do we fit into the story? Keeping all of these questions in mind, this eight part series explores how the pieces of the Bible fit together to tell one compelling story of hope, compassion and love - the greatest story ever told.

The Greatest Story Ever Told

The Bible calls us to more than a moment of spiritual transformation, it calls us to a lifetime of healthy spirituality that actually changes our thoughts, feelings, and actions - a behavioral spirituality. The truths presented by Paul in Colossians about "putting off" old behaviors and "clothing" ourselves with a new way of living are the heart of our hope. This series explores how Paul’s spirituality stands up to modern behavioral science and meaningful psychological work.

Behavioral Spirituality