Michael shares on how the presence of God is available to us through Jesus and the Holy Spirit, and how we can access the power of God today.
Worship is how we respond to our knowledge and experience of God. We often find it easier to worship God when times are good than when hardships and tragedy occur. Yet (spoiler alert) God is sovereign in both the good times and the hard times. Michael explores the sovereignty of God, challenging us to rest in his sovereign nature.
A healthy biblical community throws their time and effort into both friendship and mission. Michael shows us a case study in this tension from the book of Acts, the story of the beginning of the early church.
Michael shares on three realities we face as an “already and not yet people”: how the kingdom is already here, how it’s not yet fully here, and how it’s coming fully and completely in the future.
What do you expect God to be like? Michael shares on the tension of experiencing God with both grace and truth through Jesus Christ.
Some people enjoy tension while others avoid it at all costs. Michael begins a new series where we explore and celebrate the tensions in our relationship with God, with each other and with the church.
Who of us doesn’t feel weary and burdened and overwhelmed? Who wouldn’t appreciate a little rest? For this Easter message, Michael shares on what it means to live a resurrection life, full of rest and intimate connection to God every day of the year.