First, a little bit of context. The church, as of Acts 15, is still figuring things out (hint: we still are today as well). There were an incredible number of Gentiles converting to the faith and God was at work in mighty ways. However, as the Church grew there was a fear that their new diversity would cause them to lose some of what made them distinct. They feared their righteousness was at stake.Read More
I love to read Acts, over and over, to be reminded that God is up to something always! It reminds me to keep my eyes open to see what he might be doing on my own street, workplace, or community.Read More
Written by: Garrick Fieger
I was in 7th grade when I gave my life to Jesus. It was overwhelming. I wasn’t quite sure what to do with myself, but I knew it was time to change my actions and start becoming the best version of me: the version where Jesus is the Lord of my life (at the center).Read More
Written by: Elyssa Schultheiss
It’s easy to think of church as a building.
A place we go to on Sunday.
We listen to a few songs, hear a message, and return home—checking off another box on our todo list. We get our “spiritual time” in for the week.