Be Thankfuel helps us prepare not only for the holidays but for life. Thanksgiving is the key posture of the heart of any follower of Jesus. Being Thankfuel is a declaration on the mind that our default to ingratitude and negativity has a new challenger. His name is Jesus. Where Jesus is, ingratitude cannot reign.
Discover how the heartbeat of God for ALL NATIONS to know and love Him is revealed from Geneis to Revelation. Sean Cooper of the Traveling Team demonstrates clearly from scripture that every believer is called to play a part in missions.
In the last of the series about The Love of Money, we examine the parable of the hidden treasure. If Jesus is not the highest value of our life, then we will never be willing to release anything into His hands.
In the third part of our "For the Love of Money" series, we examine the character of God as a Father whom we can trust and depend upon. Because perspective determines everything, the love of God makes the love of Money (or anything other than Him) a poor investment of our heart.
This series tackles our use, misuse and abuse of money and examines why the Bible says that the love of money is the root of all sorts of evil. Join us for this three-week series as we pull no punches in an all-out attack on faulty thinking, greed and fear related to our finances.
In Philippians 3, we learn that knowing Jesus was Paul's highest aspiration. That quality is what makes a church great and what knits together the hearts of a congregation. This message outlines the core values of Northstar on its Covenant Renewal Sunday 2017.
Two of our commitments as church members are to protect the unity of the church AND to tell others about Jesus Christ. The prayer of Jesus in John 17:20-26 has profound implications for Christian unity in a divisive culture.
Connect College Ministry is having their Staycation on Saturday, November 4. College students and leaders will meet at 10:00 a.m. at the Ministry Center and then head over to hike McAfee’s Knob. Bring a bagged lunch to eat at the overlook as we will spend some time at the top, and then on our return we will stop for an amazing ... Read More
Very early in the morning, while it was still dark, Jesus got up, left the house and went off to a solitary place, where he prayed. – Mark 1:35 What does it look like to spend time alone with God on a daily basis? How much time are we talking about? What are we supposed to do during that time? ... Read More