Jesus is… Week 4: Jesus is Better Than a Best Friend

We are starting a brand new series called “Jesus is…” where we will be asking the question “Who is Jesus?” We believe that is the most important question you can ask and the answer to that question will impact your life the most.

What are some characteristics you think of a friend? How do you know if someone is a good friend or if you are a good friend? In the final part of our series “Jesus Is…” we will look at how Jesus is better than a best friend and how we can follow Jesus’ lead in being a better friend to others.

Atypical Week 1: Not-so-typicla Families Are Often Used by God

No family is perfect — not even the ones that seem “normal” on the outside. No one truly has a “normal” family, and that’s okay! Sometimes it’s the most not-normal families that God uses to make the most not normal difference in the world. In this 4-week series, we’ll look at four imperfect and “atypical” families from Scripture. This week we are looking at Adam and Eve and their family, how they were not perfect, and how God still used them to change the world!

Atypical week 2: Not-so-typical families pray for each other.

No family is perfect — not even the ones that seem “normal” on the outside. No one truly has a “normal” family, and that’s okay! Sometimes it’s the most not-normal families that God uses to make the most not normal difference in the world. In this 4-week series, we’ll look at four imperfect and “atypical” families from Scripture. This week we are looking at Abraham and Lot. Even though they did not get along with each other, when Lot was in serious trouble, Abraham put their differences aside and prayed that Lot would be safe.

Atypical week 3: Not-So-Typical Families Have Tough Conversations

No family is perfect — not even the ones that seem “normal” on the outside. No one truly has a “normal” family, and that’s okay! Sometimes it’s the most not-normal families that God uses to make the most not normal difference in the world. In this 4-week series, we’ll look at four imperfect and “atypical” families from Scripture. This we will be looking at Jacob and Esau, twin brothers who were destined for conflict from birth. This is a story of Competition, jealousy, deception, conspiracies, costumes, heartbreak, and stew! We will see what went wrong in their relationship, how it was fixed, and how you can minimize the conflict you can have with your family.