Hurt is something that we have all experienced. Whether it is from our family, a friendship, or even a church community. When we open ourselves up to these kinds of relationships, we open the door to the possibility of hurt. So how do we navigate it?
Our God is a God of blessings. He fills our lives with an abundance. Whether it's money, time, skills, friends, we all live with abundance in some form. The question is, how should a Christian live with abundance.
Jesus became the ultimate bridge builder when he gave his life on the cross and rose to give us that life. He made a way for us to get to God. Now it's our turn. We must be the bridge between the ways of the world and the ways of God. Between the chaos and the hope.
It's easy to identify sin in our lives - anything that we do, think, or say that goes against the nature of God. But battling temptation, well, that's a little harder. How can we avoid situations that stir up temptation? How can we make the right choices at that crossroads?
Our lives are full of hard questions. Whether the answers elude us, or they are just too hard to face, the wisdom found in the Bible can offer incredible help to us. This three-week series explores three questions that rest on the hearts of so many people in our state and our country today.
Discovering who you are is one of the most fulfilling things a person can experience in this world. Sometimes, though we have masks that don't allow us to examine our true selves. Freedom is found in one place alone.
The circle of influence that God has put before us is our opportunity to demonstrate the abundant life of Jesus and begin genuine conversations about our faith. Let's put aside the scripts and the strategies and explore the evangelical life.
There is something we all have in common: the need to rebuild. It may be a relationship, a marriage, our integrity, our health, or self-confidence. The good news is it’s never too late for a new beginning.
John chapter 15 is an entire chapter of the Bible that is centered on one parable. One powerful idea that, if we take the time to understand it, can change our lives. It's the secret to choosing true Joy.
Culture is key! Every organization has a culture, whether it is intentionally crafted or subconscious. As a body of believers that desires to be effective as we follow God, we want to model the kingdom culture.
As a multigenerational church, we are made up of a variety of communication styles, cultural influences, and so much more. If we want to grow as a unified community, then we must take the time to learn about generations other then our own and find ways to show respect and love for them.
The Gospel of Jesus Christ is the greatest message of all time. The problem, however, is that the church and its critics have taken away from and added to that message of Jesus since its beginning. In this 4-part series, we strip away the mistruths to discover the life-giving truth.
It's a subject that has captivated the imagination of so many people over the centuries. The comeback of Jesus is far more that a theory about some distant event. It is our motivation to live as the Kingdom of God here on earth.
We have followed the events of Jesus's ministry and they have all led to this point. The death of Jesus would have been nothing more than the death of every man who came before him if it weren't for this fact: Jesus defeated death itself!
In this breif message, discover how our church's mission is the mission of Jesus And our model is the future of the Global Church. We exist to help people know God, find freedom, discover purpose, and make a difference.
What will ministry look like for Canton Nazarene in the next decade? What is God calling us to? On this special day, Pastor Dan unpacks some exciting potential goals as we seek God in unity for greater Kingdom impact.
2021 is a new year, but there's nothing new about change. Change is something we face each new sunrise, new semester, new week, and so on. Being afraid in the face of that change is normal, but that doesn't mean we have to give in to the fear.
Who needs Christmas? We have a lot of things in our life that we need, whether we realize it or not. We all need something to do, someone to love, something to believe in, and something to hope for. It turns out that the Christmas story can help us explore these truths.
While it might be fun to pretend to be someone we are not for a little while, that is never a healthy way to live. Thankfully God sees us through our masks, even when we try to put on a face that really is not ours. Our prayer in this series is that we learn the value of living a life with integrity.
No one could ever have anticipated what 2020 would be like. It has brought about issues that may have never become real problems in our lives otherwise. It's important that we, as a community of faith, talk about these things, and work together to grow through this time.
Throughout this series, we will take a look at some of the questions that our church members have submitted and do our best to address the struggles that are happening in everyday lives. Let's talk about what's on your mind.
An inspirational story of hope and miracles as a small town orthopedic surgeon forever changes one woman’s life after performing a first-ever procedure that resulted in what others have recognized as the world’s most advanced amputee