The mission of our spiritual life ministry is to make disciples who are growing in the knowledge and likeness of Christ and to equip them for the work of ministry. To guide us in that mission, we have developed a model that identifies seven key areas of discipleship. We believe that it is God's desire for his church to grow in every way more and more like Christ, and in doing so, to be better equipped to share him with the world around us (Eph 4:11-16). As we give intentional focus to each of these discipleship categories, we allow God to use every opportunity to form us spiritually for his glory.
Lenten Postcards, a new daily devotional by Dr. Jesse Middendorf and Stephanie Lobdell, invites you to join Christ on his final earthly journey. Become a companion with Jesus as he journeys to the cross through the Gospel story, until you emerge victorious with Christ on the day of resurrection. Each daily reading includes questions intended to foster meaningful reflection. Pick up your copy from the church for just $7. Purchasing with a credit card is now also available for a small additional fee.
Faith is a journey. To grow, we need to go deeper. We believe this happens when we move toward more authentic relationships with Jesus and one another. That's what Life Groups are all about: growing closer to others and to Jesus so we can become more like him. Are you ready to grow?
Women's Ministry invites all ladies and girls ages 10+ to join us for yoga the first and third Mondays of each month from 5:00-6:00pm in the Kid City classroom. This is a great opportunity to experience the physical benefits of yoga while utilizing prayer and Scripture along with the mutual encouragement that comes from building Christian community. Wear comfortable clothing. A free will offering will be accepted to cover the cost of instruction.
Men of all ages are invited to join us for food, fellowship, and a brief lesson. This event takes place at 8:00 a.m. on the second Saturday of each month in the cafe of the church. This is a great opportunity to be encouraged and meet other men in the church. Special events will be scheduled on occasion. See Brian Speidel or Scott Bell for more details.
Our resource center is a great place to find materials to help you grow on your faith journey: non-fiction and fiction books, book and video studies for personal or group use, Bible study tools, and more! We also welcome donations of gently used resources for consideration to keep our library growing. We have an easy-to-use check out system that allows you to borrow our materials then return them to be a blessing to others. The resource center is located across from our cafe. Stop in and take a look around.