You can use the Ignatian practice of Examen to look back not just on your day, but on your year, to see where God was and where he is leading you.
God has done many amazing things, but Jesus coming to earth as a baby to be with us is what we celebrate. For God so loved the world, that he gave his one and only son. - John 3:16
The Bible is full of stories about coming home. Charley preaches on what we can learn from the wise men about coming home.
Meals together are one of the best ways to celebrate. Dave Peterson preaches on how we learn from Jesus how meals are actually all about relationships.
Charley Scandlyn talks about the gift that Jesus, God’s greatest expression of love to our world, invites us to receive.
Your soul’s journey to Christmas
The thing about “preparing” is that you can’t put it off! Charley Scandlyn teaches on what we can learn from Martha and Mary about preparing our hearts for Christmas.
Pastor Charley Scandlyn closes our series with the picture of a loving God, who knows us, pursues us, and says that we are significant.
Kevin Kim talks about the generous nature of God, as well as the power and danger of Greed.
We know that “Holy” is a God word. But what does it really mean? Charley Scandlyn preaches on how holiness is the heart of who God is, and why it means we can fully trust in him.
Pastor Charley Scandlyn leads us in praying for the people of the Tree of Life Synagogue.
Author and Fuller Professor Ron Sanders and Charley Scandlyn close our series talking about how followers of Jesus can engage in conversations that minimize politics and elevate personhood.
Charley Scandlyn on finding freedom in not needing to have the last word. New Community Church Board President Daniel Stid reads Mark 12:13-17.
Kelsey Woodruff continues our series on following Jesus in a divided world with “The Posture.”
Christianity and democracy have a complex history together, but is there a future where these two great traditions draw the best out of one another?
God cares about and is with us in our pain and woundedness. There may be wrongs done to you that will never be righted on earth, but God’s great love has the power to bring us healing and restoration. Charley Scandlyn prays for the church followed by Kate Lamont singing “Be Thou My Vision.”