December 2017

How Long?

Sometimes we ask “how long?” when we are suffering with pain, filled with anxiety, brokenhearted over injustice in the world, wondering if God will ever answer prayer, and so much more. We’ll meet Simeon and Anna, two elderly people who had waited a lifetime for God to bring the spiritual redemption of their lost neighbors […]



Light in Darkness

We live in a world filled with the darkness of violence, poverty, racism, sexual abuse, erosion of human rights, etc. We also look within ourselves and see anger, impurity, selfishness, etc. The Prophet Isaiah spoke to his generation that felt similar darkness overwhelming them, warning about the devastation of their sin while casting vision for God’s […]



Advent Taize Experience



Dawn is Breaking

In the opening of his Gospel, John talks about the coming of Christ, but for him this is not something new or unexpected. John describes how God’s glorious light has been at work from the beginning, and how we can trust in God’s power to illuminate the darkness of our world.



December 2016

Christmas Chaos

Last Sunday we studied the prophecy of Messiah’s arrival in Bethlehem from Micah 5:1-5. This Sunday we’ll explore the first fulfillment of that prophecy. Jesus chose to enter a chaotic world filled with poverty and oppression while his temporarily homeless parents hurried to Bethlehem in fear. But God was working behind the scenes, and still […]



Least of the Least

Micah surprised everyone, writing 720 years before Jesus was born, when he prophesied that Messiah would come from the tiny town of Bethlehem. But God often works in surprising ways and through unsuspecting people to fulfill his redemptive purposes.



December 2015

Advent Conspiracy

This Sunday is the third week of Advent and we will continue comparing and contrasting the shepherds and the magi by learning more about the magi from Matthew 2:1-12. Who were these mysterious magi? Where did they come from? Why did they travel for months to find Christ? The magi were probably Gentiles, intellectually elite, […]



Advent Conspiracy

The shepherds were Jewish, lower class, forgotten people in their culture, who were close to Messiah’s birth. The magi were viewed as pagans, intellectually elite, powerful people, who travelled from far away to worship the Savior. We’ll explore God’s message through these diverse people and God’s call to minister to the “shepherds” and “magi” in […]



November 2015

The Manger and Resurrection Life

A baby was born in a place where animals were kept for the night because there was no room at the inn. There was no pomp or pageantry to announce his arrival. Neither were kings and statesmen invited. But this baby was born to heal, make peace and reconcile humankind to God. Come and be […]