The Psalmist tells us that God’s creation proclaims his glory. That when we look at nature, somehow in some profound way it speaks to us about who God is without ever even saying a word. The trees, the fields, the mountains, the heavens, the seas, the sun, the moon, the stars, and so much more. How is it that this happens? Come join us as we invite you to connect in a more personal and meaningful way with God through the practice of both enjoying and caring for the natural world around you. - Vincent Rife
This week we will be looking at the Gift of Rest and how it is written into the DNA of creation. We will examine our lives and intentionally turn aside to remember who we are, what we know, and to taste the gifts of God and all eternity. - Vincent Rife
Your life is more than random, disconnected events. It's a story being written. Whether it's a thoughtful response or an emotionally fueled reaction, we write the stories of our lives one decision at a time. Discover what question you can ask before making important decisions that will help you to write the best story. - Vincent Rife
On a daily basis, each of us are tasked with making so many decisions. Some of them are simple and others quite complex. But all of them become a permanent part of the story we are writing about our lives. In carefully considering the story we want to tell, we will be looking each week at a series of questions that will serve as a safeguard for helping us to make better decisions and have fewer regrets. Come join us as we look at the first question which deals with being honest with ourselves. - Vincent Rife
Come join us as we look at what happens the moment our hearts stop beating. Where do we go? What is it like? What comes next? And how does having clarity on these questions help us to live better lives with greater resiliency in the face of adversity on this side of eternity? - Vincent Rife
How do some people take the raw material of a deck stacked against them & make a winning hand out of it? How do people forge meaning from their failures, disabilities, diseases, and deepest losses and actually grow stronger in those broken places? How do some people turn tragedy into triumph when those very same realities also undo, devastate, and destroy the lives of so many others? Come join us as we begin a new series called: Strong in the Broken Places and seek answers to those very questions.