Have you ever heard a person in business, in sports, or even in everyday life, describe a situation as a ‘game changer’? It’s something that happens, often unexpectedly, that totally changes the outcome of a situation and causes you to see it in a new light. You could be working on a project and encountering obstacles that seem insurmountable, when someone from outside the team comes up with an idea that gives new hope for a successful resolution. Or it’s a nail biting playoff series and it looks like your favourite team is about to lose, when a player makes a move that gives your team the edge. You may be reading a story and the author introduces a new character that takes the plot in an exciting new direction. The idea of “grace” in the Bible can be like that. Understanding what God means by His free and unmerited favour towards us can have implications that are so profound, that when embraced, it’s a game changer in your life.
Grace Changes Everything is a 12 part teaching series through the book of Galatians. Over the summer, we’ll be walking through this incredible book full of explanations and evidence for God’s grace. We hope that this series will help each of us see and live our lives in a fresh new way.
The idea of grace is an appealing one: God’s free and unmerited favour shown towards us. Its implications are profound if grasped and understood properly. And yet, so many of us struggle to either receive grace or fully embrace it as we should. Why is that? And why should grace change anything? Grace Changes Everything…
The idea of grace is an appealing one: God’s free and unmerited favour shown towards us. Its implications are profound if grasped and understood properly. And yet, so many of us struggle to either receive grace or fully embrace it as we should. Why is that? And why should grace change anything?
Grace Changes Everything is a 12 part teaching series through the book of Galatians. Over the summer, we’ll be walking through this incredible book full of explanations and evidence for God’s grace.
Have you ever been engaged in a meaningful conversation with a friend only to hear “Well, that’s true for you, but not for me”? Or maybe you sought advice for a major life decision and you were encouraged to “follow your heart”. Perhaps these popular soundbites are well meaning but are they genuinely helpful? Do they help bring clarity out of confusion? Surely if anything can be real or true, then nothing is truly real and we are left nowhere to stand and have nowhere to go.
There was once a man who claimed to be Truth himself. Could he hold the keys that unlock all reality? Could he be the answer for why we are here and where are we going? Join us this Sunday as we explore Jesus’s response to the oldest question of all: “What is truth?”
Over the past 4 weeks, we’ve been diving into the topic of the workplace, discovering God’s place in our work. Throughout the series, we’ve invited you to submit your questions as it relates to this topic. This Sunday, we will be addressing those questions in a Q&A format.
he plane was about to land and you could sense the excitement as these wary travelers were anticipating a few weeks of uninterrupted sunshine and leisure time on the beach. Two friends were overheard making a vow – they would shut off their work mobiles and lock them in the hotel safe until they landed back home. Sound radical? There is a new market for remote travel destinations that help guests become “unplugged” from the daily grind – totally unplugged…meaning no Wi-Fi. Why, in a world where you can access anything, anytime, at your fingertips, are people realizing the importance of disconnecting? Let’s explore this as we complete our series on Faith and the Workplace.