Having an unshakable confidence in Jesus helps us hold on, turn to him and encourage others when times are tough. Hebrews was probably written sometime between 65-70 AD with two important goals. First, the author wanted to present Jesus as supreme and in every way surpassing the Old Testament system of religion. Second, the Hebrews were challenged to remain faithful to Jesus and their New Testament faith, even in times of difficulty and persecution.
1 John is an incredible book in God’s Word that gives us deep insights into living a life worthy of the title we bear as Christians. It’s chalked full of wisdom and challenges that fuel a deeper relationship with Jesus. The words
Join us for the conversation in 1 John and find out how we can be the people of God he’s called us to be.
In a season of much uncertainty, God's Word shows us how we can have unshakable faith. In this conversation, we will discuss how to build a life on a foundation that doesn't shift! Join us and find out how an unshakeable faith built in Jesus will carry us through any and every storm!
The Bible tells us that there is an unseen reality that is as real as our seen reality. Join us in this conversation that seeks to equip you to understand the dynamics of the Holy Spirit and how to engage in the power of his promise.
Does the grind of day-to-day life have you feeling stale, stuck, and tired? Ever wonder if there is a way out of the mundane? Well, there is; truth be told we as people have the opportunity to live fresh, reviewed, and empowered lives. We get to LIVE LIFE ALIVE, the power to do this comes from Jesus and the fact that He has come to give you life to the fullest. With Him you can be made NEW.
Momentum is about how we can find confidence and courage to build momentum to move into our own God-ordained destiny!
We all know that we should pray but in reality our prayer lives can be boiled down to giving thanks before we eat or when we find ourselves in a crisis. The disciples themselves wondered how they should pray. Join us starting January 15 and hear the advice Jesus gave them.
Do you remember that old song “Do you hear what I hear?” That song suggests that Christmas releases a sound. When many think of Christmas we think of sounds of hustle bustle, parties, family, food, and friends. But underneath the busyness of this seasons exists a sound; the sound of Hope, Sound of Peace, Sound of Love, and the resounding sound of JOY. Come and experience the sound of Christmas at Sage Hills Church starting Sunday December 4th and help us release the sound.
Doesn’t it feel like there is a gravitational pull that aims to cause separation in one of the most important relationships of our lives, which are our families. Kids go to school, parents go to work, Dad goes mad and Mom goes AHHHHHH .... There has to be a better way! Join us October 30 - November 27 to learn how through it all we can remain TOGETHER.
Anchor your soul in HOPE not discouragement.