When we speak of awakening, we’re not talking about new age enlightenment, political upheaval, or social activism.
We’re talking about a daily alignment of our life to the light and love of Jesus, as we read in Ephesians:
Our work is anchored in helping dissatisfied and passionate believers follow that ancient hymn. If that resonates with you, we invite you to join us.
In this detailed study on the Spirit, author Matt Ayars not only proves that knowing and understanding the Holy Spirit is essential to our Christian life, but also reintroduces us to this third person as the one we’ve maybe been missing in our walk with God.
It is an introduction that is able to serve both laypeople and church leaders—delving into the doctrinal depths of who the Holy Spirit is and does, while outlining practical application points for the reader to take away and consider
Every year we gather together to be restored, refreshed, and reignited by the Holy Spirit. We invite you and your family or team to join us!
A Discipleship Band is a group of 3 to 5 people who read together, pray together, and meet together to become the love of God for one another and the world.
A series of short talks on theological topics from a wide variety of Christian professors, pastors, speakers, and theologians.
Maggie Slusher will host the book club, which will feature live conversations with author Dan Wilt. You will receive access to weekly live readings, email reflections, and the Facebook group for ongoing conversation.
During the book club you will:
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The Wake-Up Call is a daily encouragement to shake off the slumber of our busy lives and turn our eyes toward Jesus. Click here to get yours free in your inbox each morning!
Listen as Jeremy Steele sits down with Don Woolley to talk about the difference between the Greek way of learning and the Hebrew way of learning.
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