Sunday Teaching

A Family of Honor

A Family of Honor

"I have noticed this point too, my friends, that in soldiering the people whose one aim is to keep alive usually find a wretched and dishonorable death, while the people who, realizing that death is the common lot of all men, make it their endeavour to die with honour, somehow seem more often to reach old age and to have a happier life when they are alive." --Xenonphon

This Sunday join us as Dr. Jeffrey Garner unpacks more of how we can love God intimately.

Sunday  |    Celebration Gathering  |  9:30 and 11:00

Come 5 minutes early.  Grab a Coffee.  Sing and sway into God's presence.

A Journey through Chinatown: It’s Alleyways and an Untold Kingdom Story

A Journey through Chinatown: It’s Alleyways and an Untold Kingdom Story

The picture above is how most people see Chinatown. Shopping, eats, fortune cookies, maybe even “oriental curiosities.”  But that street, the main drag, the epicenter of Chinatown’s “face” is called “foreign devils” street by the locals. If you knew the story of Chinatown, and why it had to fight and “sell itself” in order to survive, the name of Grant Ave by locals makes perfect sense. On this tour, you’ll go behind the Chinatown’s “face”  to experience the story of Chinatown.

Glimpsing Heaven Through the Slates of Justice

Glimpsing Heaven Through the Slates of Justice

“Release,” a sculpture by Marco Cianfanelli in South Africa, was designed as an ode to South African President Nelson Mandela.   The first time I saw this photo I was struck by how Mandela could only be seen by looking through him; and how that South Africa could be seen by looking at Mandela.