JOIN US IN-PERSON OR ONLINE SUNDAY AND ALL WEEK LONG RIGHT HERE!

locations

Demoting Fear to the Backseat
Sep 18 10:04 AM

Demoting Fear to the Backseat

Sep 18 10:04 AM
Sep 18 10:04 AM

All of us experience some level of fear in our lives. The degree to which fear shows up and impacts our lives depends, in large part, on how we observe and even engage it. You see, the moment we begin to observe fear, we have given ourselves some distance from it, a little bit of separation from it, and we can begin to see it from a little bit of a higher perspective. By doing so, and incorpporating other techniques, we can begin to put fear in its proper place — the backseat.

Read more
When Your Reaction Doesn't Fit the Situation
Sep 14 11:24 AM

When Your Reaction Doesn't Fit the Situation

Sep 14 11:24 AM
Sep 14 11:24 AM

Do you ever respond to a situation in a way that doesn't seem appropriate or helpful? Maybe your response is over-the-top or perhaps you don't have enough of a reaction. In either case, getting to the root of your reaction will help direct you to the most appropriate remedy for the reaction. One way to do this is by identifying how you were feeling about yourself in that situation? This question brings the focus back on self and shows you how you are interpreting the situation. And it is the meaning you make of a situation, rather than the situation itself, which often determines your response. And when you understand the story you're telling yourself, and where that story comes from, you have the power to make a change!

Read more
Finding the Courage to Dig Deep
Aug 31 1:20 PM

Finding the Courage to Dig Deep

Aug 31 1:20 PM
Aug 31 1:20 PM

Feelings are hard. And right in the middle of them is fear. It is interesting how many of our actions are based on fear: fear of the unknown and the uncertain, fear of change, fear of loss, fear of rejection, and the list goes on. To deny that we have fear is not the same as denying fear its power and authority.  It requires courage to do so, but, like all of our emotions, it can be helpful to lean in and discern what our fear is telling us. In order to do so, it's helpful to understand what the Bible has to say about fear as well as to have some tools to tap in to.

Read more
Connection in a time of Distance: An Exploration of Connection to Self and Others
Aug 31 10:48 AM

Connection in a time of Distance: An Exploration of Connection to Self and Others

Aug 31 10:48 AM
Aug 31 10:48 AM

In this time of social distancing, connection certainly looks different. From girl’s/guy’s night over Zoom, to live streaming Sunday morning worship, to virtual school, COVID-19 has certainly had a significant impact on our lives. Whether you're feeling lonely from a lack of connection or feeling overwhelmed by too much time with family, it's helpful to have tools for how to have a healthy connection and interaction. 

Read more
Supporting Our Teachers as They Transition Back to School
Aug 13 10:03 AM

Supporting Our Teachers as They Transition Back to School

Aug 13 10:03 AM
Aug 13 10:03 AM

As teachers begin a new school year in a global pandemic, there is undoubtably a measure of anxiety around the uncertainty and unknowns. Even the most seasoned teachers might feel ill-equipped or ill-prepared for this uncharted territory. We, as individuals and as a community, can offer support and encouragement during this time.  

Read more

< view previous