This summer L.A.C.E.S., an organization we partner with, will be hosting a Refugee Youth Soccer Camp in Hyattsville, MD. This is a fun opportunity for children from all nations and languages to unite over the common language of soccer.They will be providing a soccer camp that is fun, interactive and meaningful for refugee youth ages 9-14. Want to be part of the camp? They ...Keep Reading
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Jake realized that just because he was a part of Christian family, that didn't make him a Christian. Listen to Jake's story and witness his baptism, an external symbol of an internal reality that as a believer one has come to trust Christ and will follow Him in all of life....
Stuart shares about how his attempts to fit into the right crowd and find identity in purpose in these places could only be found in Christ. Listen to Stuart's story and witness his baptism, an external symbol of an internal reality that as a believer one has come to trust Christ and will follow Him in all of life....
People need Jesus. He shapes purpose. He gives peace. He has come to offer us life with God for all eternity. He transforms our today. Jesus is a Savior worthy of our worship. This is why we are a church planting church....
This past Sunday, 12/7, we had the joy of ordaining Eric So and commissioning his family as local missionaries in a refugee community in Riverdale, MD. Eric got to share their story and the church prayed for his family as they were sent out. It was a powerful time for our church family....
The book of Acts is an exciting, and sometimes difficult to understand story of the early church living out their faith. Below are a few resources to help guide your study. These resources can be used individually, in community, or your 3D....Keep Reading
On Sunday, Matt taught from 1 John 4, reminding us that we must evaluate the messages we allow to shape us. As Christians, we have to filter the information we are receiving from the world around us through the person and work of Jesus Christ. In the information age, this task is harder than ever....Keep Reading
Many daily tasks I must do in the office feel far from pastoral....Keep Reading
I am excited to study the book of Judges with you. To be honest, I have never spent a lot of time reading the book of Judges. It is challenging and has some fantastic stories....Keep Reading
In the early hours of Sunday morning, June 12, a horrific act of violence took place at a night club in Orlando, Florida. When tragedy strikes it is often difficult to have the right words and actions in response. It is in times like these, as Christians, we must hold tightly to the truth of Scripture....Keep Reading
One thing that is easy to skip is reflection, but it is one of the most important aspects of leadership. We need to slow down and take time to think about our year and set a few goals for the new year....Keep Reading
You’ve probably heard the term “third place” before. Starbucks used the concept in their marketing strategy. A third place was another space to frequent besides your work and your home. This third place is somewhere to find refuge and a sense of place....Keep Reading