It’s Resurrection Sunday! In this week’s sermon, we consider the risen Jesus through the eyes of Simon Peter. After a long night of fishing with nothing to show for it, Jesus calls out to him from the shore of the Sea of Galilee, the same place where Peter was first called to follow him, where Jesus calmed the deadly storm, and where Peter joined his Master for a walk on the water. May we have eyes to see our risen savior Jesus, and faith to take the plunge as he calls us into resurrection life.
Easter Sunrise Service - 2021
This week Pastor Jake gave a State of the Church update. It was a time of reflecting on the past year and looking forward to the year ahead. We are believing for the Lord’s continued direction and empowerment, and that we all may find our place in this church community!
STATE OF THE CHURCH
In light of the events at the Capitol this week and the overall turmoil of this last year, we do well to remember our eternal king Jesus and his unshakeable kingdom. Let’s purpose to fear God and not men, align our lives with his kingdom instead of investing our hope in temporary security, and realize that being spiritually minded empowers us in practical ways to live lives of peace and purpose no matter the circumstances around us. "For here we have no lasting city, but we seek the city that is to come.” (Hebrews 13:14)
A Conversation through the decades of God's Faithfulness
On October 13th, 2019 we had the honor of worshipping with our home church Grace Chapel in Franklin, TN to celebrate their 25th Anniversary. Pastor Jake joined Senior Pastor Steve Berger (Franklin, TN) along with other fellow Pastors - Rob Rogers (Franklin, TN), Ian Gilchrist (Fairview, TN) and Brian Ray (Navajoa, Mexico) to reflect on the legacy and impact Grace Chapel has had in their personal lives, and to share stories of the Lord’s faithfulness over the years. We hope you are encouraged and inspired as we reflect on the past and look ahead to all God has in store for our future.