One Tuesday with Jesus
February 4–March 25
The pressure is growing. The final week of Jesus’ life reveals the religious establishment’s anxiety heightening. Join the crowds in getting a dramatic glimpse of Jesus squaring off with those leaders about His authority and the more global purposes of God. Most of these verbal ping-pong matches take place on Tuesday of the Passion Week. It’s an unforgettable view of Jesus, leading to a powerful invitation for spiritual transformation. Read Mark 11–12.
Friday, March 30, 7pm, Main Campus Worship Center
OTHERS—Reflecting & responding in preparation
Sunday, April 1, 8, 9:30 & 11am, Main Campus Worship Center
RISEN—Expressing joy in life over death
Order: A Biblical Vision for Mental Illness
Sundays, April 15–May 20
It’s a reality. You or someone you know lives with mental illness. This series is designed to normalize that truth with a vision based on the Word of God to honor, love and learn from those who experience this in daily life. The intention is to expose the myths and stigmas of mental illness and create a safe space for all to feel empowered with a holy purpose by God. As a God of order, He created you in His image and you are deeply loved.
MENTAL ILLNESS STUDY
Life Groups are learning more about mental illness through a Bible study on the topic. Even if you're not currently a part of a Life Group, you can get into the discussion—just gather a group of four or more people and register for a box of materials.