10/04/2020 - 9:00am | Campus: Belmont Campus, Burlington Campus
We often do life with people who are very similar to us. Our calendars and schedules are filled with time and events with people who have very much like us. The longer you and I are Christ followers, our relationships tend to be with other Christians. While this is a good thing, this presents us with a unique challenge. Who are our "Neighbors?"  In our series, we've defined neighbors as the people people who are close to us and far from God. If we constantly surround ourselves with other Christ-followers, how do follow Christ's command to introduce others to Him? How do you and I live lives that make space for Christians and non-Christians alike?
09/27/2020 - 9:00am | Campus: Belmont Campus, Burlington Campus

We love stories where people go out of their way to help someone else. Whether it is pulling over on the side of the road to help someone stranded, or an athlete who slows down in the middle of an event to help out a injured competitor, or someone who gives away all their wealth to benefit those around them. We love these stories because it is not the norm. These are stories of great people doing great things that not most people would so. So what does greatness look like for you and me? How do we live in a way that that we too can be great, doing great things, in ways that the Bible calls us to. Join in and listen as we begin our new series, Love Your Neighbor.

09/20/2020 - 9:00am | Campus: Belmont Campus, Burlington Campus

Have you ever received the perfect gift? Who was it that gave it to you? More often than not, the person who gave us the perfect gift was able to do so because they knew you well. For us to love our neighbors we have to know them and see them clearly. So how do you and I see those around us clearly?

09/13/2020 - 10:00am | Campus: Belmont Campus, Burlington Campus

We are called to give an answer to anyone who asks us about our faith. How do people know to ask those questions? We certainly don't walk around with a billboard claiming that we are Christians. So how do people who do not follow or even know Jesus know to ask those questions of us? Join us as in our Sermon Series "Love Your Neighbor" as we tackle this question.