Many of us had a picture of what Easter was supposed to look like. We planned our day, expected to carry on our traditions and those plans probably included being with others. However, in reality, this year it looked much different than years past. As we live in this world of social distancing, our day might have been a bit lonelier, or quieter or simpler. But despite this beautiful day of celebration looking a little different than we may have envisioned, it doesn't change who God is and what the resurrection means in our lives. Easter may have looked different but the tomb is still empty! This week we take a look at how, despite this difficult season, the Lord is still our help and our hope each and every day.
04/12/2020 - 10:00am | Campus: Belmont Campus, Burlington Campus
04/05/2020 - 10:00am | Campus: Belmont Campus, Burlington Campus
In our society, there is plenty to be said and taught about being a good leader. Books have been written, TED talks have been spoken and seminars happen daily on the topic. But what about choosing a leader? Are there many books written on that topic? Honestly, that may be harder to find. As we have been studying the book of Judges, we have learned about many leaders. This week we take a closer look at what kinds of leaders the people are looking for and why. God's word shows us the best kind of leadership and points us to Jesus on this Palm Sunday as we head into Holy Week.