"Maturing in the fullness of Christ" (Ephesians 3:19; 4:13) is about experiencing God's love more and more. By rooting deeper in the knowledge of Christ (education), Christ's love for his family (community), and Christ's love for the hurting (mercy), we are more strengthened to flourish in God's love. Because that is why Jesus came to live, die, and rise on our behalf — to give us "a more and better life than we ever dreamed of" (John 10:10 Message). So that in everything Jesus might be preeminent (Colossians 1:18).
Being born again in our secular age requires learning how to live an enchanted life again as a child of God. So we strive to grow in the knowledge of Christ who makes us more attune to the benevolence of God and the giftedness of life.
We call this our Field of Dreams
Everyone begins here with Christ-centered praise, liturgy, sermons, and communion. It's all about inspiring more love for Jesus.
"Do gay people really go to hell for being gay?" "Isn't God a cosmic child abuser for sacrificing his Son?" These are questions addressed in Theology 101, an effective vaccine against secularism.
After giving a grand tour of the strange new world of the Bible, this course shows how every page of the Bible is ultimately about Jesus.
It's spiritual adulting class for those who struggle with experiencing God on a daily basis.
It's about learning to be the hands and feet of Christ while growing his heart.
Blood is thicker than water, and Christ's blood is thicker than that. So we strive to grow in Jesus' love for his family that is characterized by a remarkable commitment to one another. Such familial support testifies to the truth of God's adoption of us.
When our hearts break for the things that break the heart of God, our hands and feet soon follow to bring relief. So we seek to grow in Christ's love for the hurting in the most tangible and practical ways so that the broken may be healed and flourish.