Join us this Lent as we journey with Jesus together into the wild, and take a look at the remarkable scene in Luke 4:1-14 between Jesus and our adversary in the desert.
Jesus in the Wild is a perfect personal study and daily reader for individuals who want to gain a deeper sense of their vocation and calling in Christ, and for groups or congregations wanting a study on this well-known and moving passage.
An invitation for worship leaders to join us in a place of fellowship, encounter, and prayer.
Sourced and expanding out from the New Room family, Altars will initiate a friend group that redefines the meaning of “worship band.” This will be a fellowship founded in trust, courage, and empathy, and a community of banded discipleship in which all generations and styles are welcome!
We talk about confessing the ways we have fallen short of God’s ideals. Some congregations even repeat a confession liturgy weekly or monthly. But, is confession enough? Keith Turner shares insight on confession and why more is needed.
Times like Christmas Eve and the month of January are typically high attendance days at church. How can we utilize them to draw people in the rest of the year? Jeremy Smith provides tips for doing just that.