Why are people so unhappy? Why does it seem like everywhere you turn there is negativity? Why is there so much frustration and anger in our culture? Maybe this is how you feel about the world around you. Or maybe you find yourself contributing to the problem? This series from Philippians is sure to encourage you and challenge your perspective on life.
There are moments in history on which we all look back and realize that a person or group of people made a significant impact on the world around them. They loved people beyond themselves. From five people in a living room to more than 1,500 in weekend experiences, Relevant Church, it is time to say, “Geronimo,” and make a difference in our community!
If you’re anything like the rest of us, you’ve likely encountered some problems in your life. One thing we’ve learned along the way is that how we respond matters. Sometimes the weight of the problems are overwhelming. So what do the Scriptures teach that can help us today? Join us as we tackle some of life’s most challenging problems.
Life can be fairly self-consuming. We are told from a very early age to "look out for number one." We are told to do whatever we have to do to get whatever we can, and we are told to hold on to it all as tight as possible for as long as possible. Then we meet Jesus...and his life, teachings, death, and resurrection invite us into a better life with him. A life where we love God and others with ALL of who we are. It’s life to the fullest. It’s a life…beyond me!
All of us have a history…and all of us have a future. We cannot change the past, but we can create our future. For most of us, our past is a mixed bag—some good memories and some painful memories; some wise choices and some poor choices. In this series, we will explore how to experience freedom from shame and how to release your past to God in favor of a bright future!
Jesus not only lived, died, and resurrected, he also encountered some pretty messed up people and situations during his time on Earth. He did things that were shocking to the religious people of his day in order to make a difference in people’s lives. His relational approach to the brokenness of humanity was downright scandalous in the eyes of many. You, too, may be shocked at the scandalous words and actions of Jesus during this series at Relevant
Six years ago a small group of people gathered with little more than a dream. Soon this fledgling group included all walks of life coming together to share different, yet similar stories of how their lives were being pieced back together. Now more 1,500 people gather every week to form a remarkable tapestry of faces and stories that are Relevant Church. This Is Us!
We've all got a race to run—a place to go, a task to complete, a person to help, a challenge to overcome. But we can't stay where we are. We have to move forward. You're not the first person to run this race and you're not the last. You can make progress like those who have gone before you. You can do this, one step at a time. It's not easy, but you're not done. You've got what it takes!
Gratitude is an attitude bigger than any circumstance or condition of the heart. It is a cause of joy and a magnifier or blessing. Everything appears better and brighter through the lens of gratitude. In this series, we will talk more about how gratitude can change our lives and allow us to see through a better perspective.
Do your finances bring you fear or freedom? Whether you’re digging out of debt or planning for your future, now’s the time to build a foundation that endures. Investing in a brighter tomorrow starts by “Making Change” today.
Heart pounding, ground shaking and crowd roaring, you can’t help but cheer when the people around you are celebrating. We have so much to be thankful for as a church and know that what God has done, what God is doing and what God has yet to do is worth all the ground-shaking celebration we can give!
We are in the middle of a nightmare where fathers are becoming extinct, mothers live in solitary confinement in a prison of circumstances and poverty, and children are nothing more than orphans trying to survive until adulthood. Neither Band-Aids nor even tourniquets can stop the bleeding of wounded hearts. How do we tackle this crisis of brokenness?
There’s so much pain and hurt in the world, sometimes it’s hard to see anything else. But what if, when we looked around, all we saw was love? The greatest sacrifice in history shows us how to make it happen. Let’s learn to Love Like Jesus.
Ever feel unqualified? Frustrated with your failures? Fed up with your weaknesses? Relevant’s new series, “Unqualified,” is about coming to terms with the good, the bad, and the unmentionable in your life—and learning how to let God use you in spite of your mess.
When we asked people, What is the most stressful part of the holiday season? their answers likely wouldn't surprise you. With all the chaos and confusion that leads up to Christmas, stress is often at an all time high. Check out Relevant this December and let's tackle together the issues that make Christmas "the most stressful time of the year."
Everyone wants to live a life with no regrets, but how do you make it to the end without regrets over the things you wish you would have done? In this new series we’ll talk about taking risks, seizing opportunities, facing fears, and a embracing uncertainty. So go ahead and take the leap…say, Geronimo!
For five years now, Relevant has watched as individuals and families have been rocked by the limitless love and grace of God. This two-week celebration is about what God has done so far. More importantly, we’ll paint a picture of what the next five years can look like…in your life and at Relevant Church.
When you hear "my crazy family," it's likely that somebody comes to mind. Maybe it's your kids, your brother-in-law, your spouse...or even yours truly! This fun, yet hard-hitting series explores dealing
with "my crazy family." It's sure to make an
impact on you and those you love.