Video (13 minutes) and Discussion Guide One of the ways we can connect with God is to participate with him as he grows and advances his kingdom (Romans 12:4–6). God made each of us with a unique set of talents, passions, and spiritual gifts. He wants us to use those gifts to benefit others, because when we do so, we reflect his love to the people around us.
Three Videos (14–20 minutes) and Discussion Guide by Richard Beck God loves each of us enough to give us the opportunity to receive everlasting life through Jesus. He also loves the challenging people in your life. The essence of radical hospitality is to open up your world so that no one is ever a stranger. This group resource will help you explore what it looks like to love others like Jesus did.
Book by Francis Chan (224 pages) This sounds crazy to some: there's a God, all-powerful and all-knowing, and he loves you. And not just with any kind of love, but with the "I love you so much, I'll send my Son to die on a cross to save you" kind of love. And maybe it is crazy. Crazy in all the right ways.
Book by David Platt (240 pages) In Radical, David Platt challenges you to consider with an open heart how we have manipulated the gospel to fit our cultural preferences. He shows what Jesus actually said about being his disciple--then invites you to believe and obey what you have heard.
Book by Bob Goff (240 pages) In Love Does, Bob Goff shares remarkable stories from his life and shows how living and loving to the fullest is the best way to make Jesus known in this world. Whether you've travelled to meet dozens of world leaders with your kids, and started a school in Uganda like Goff, or are simply seeking a new perspective on the Christian life, you'll learn that love is a verb, not just a feeling.
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Various Volunteer Opportunities It takes over 2,000 volunteers to make Sunday happen. Are you willing to help? Our needs are as diverse as the people who attend our services. Find out how you can get involved and serve others in our church community.
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Various Volunteer Opportunities As a church, we want to be known for our extraordinary generosity — both time and money — toward those in our local community.