Summer is fast approaching! For many of you, the next few months will be filled with travel, adventure and increased opportunities to spend time together as a family. As you begin to think about and plan how you will spend the next few months, we’d like to once again present you with the Summer Family Activity Book. This resource gives you ideas on how to be intentional with your time ...
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The ability to communicate well is important—especially in today’s tech-driven world. We’ve all struggled to find meaning in vague text messages, squinted at badly designed blogs in teensy, tiny print and thrown up our hands at awkward, hard-to-navigate websites. When the medium isn’t clear, the message can be hard to understand.
This summer we’re doing a six-week sermon series called “Grace Made Visible.” The first three weeks will focus on generosity and how we are called to steward our money and resources. The last three weeks will focus on spiritual gifts, explaining why God gives us specific gifts and what it looks like to practice them within the local church. The heart of the series will be about God’s ...
It’s not uncommon to hear a Christian couple say that they’ve “talked about adoption.” There’s a good chance that you, at some point or another, have considered what it might look like for you to adopt a child. There are many of us who “talk about it,” but we may not know how to take it beyond talk.
The Christmas season is upon us. Even though Thanksgiving has yet to come and go, there’s no denying that the most wonderful time of the year is here.
In celebration of our new album, Raging Strong, we gathered on March 22 for a night of worship at The Door in Deep Ellum.
If we read the book of Acts and see how Christianity spread across the globe, we see that God has primarily used the creation of churches to spread the gospel. Join us on the weekend of March 9 and 10 as we focus on church planting at The Village and what it means for us to be a church that plants churches that plant churches.
Imagine a world with no ambiguity or confusion, a world of black and white – utterly clear of gray. In each and every situation, you know exactly what to do and how to do it with impeccable clarity. Unfortunately, this is not the world in which we live. We want traffic lights and speed limits where the expectations are utterly clear, but the roads often announce “Danger: Curve Ahead” ...