Finding connection in a world of destruction
Experience the miracle again. Through music and message, the wonder of God’s incredible love in the baby Jesus shines on that Holy Night. Worship at Peachtree this Christmas.
In the Christmas season, it is so easy to get wrapped up in the first great miracle of Jesus: the Incarnation, God taking on flesh and becoming human. But followers of Jesus can’t unwrap the Incarnation without remembering that what is coming is the next great movement of God: the Crucifixion and Resurrection.
On October 31, 1517, a young monk and professor posted a list of interesting discussion topics to the local social media of his day, the door of the church. Today, we recognize Martin Luther’s “95 Theses” as a hinge on which all of history turned. What really happened 500 years ago? Why does it matter? Is the Reformation still going on now?
Some approach Christianity with suspicion and skepticism. A greater number glance at Christianity, shrug their shoulders and ask “So what?” The Apostles' Creed gives us a succinct summation of our core beliefs, but do we really believe them if we never turn the corner and ask how this impacts our lives?
One thing we know about in Atlanta: detours. Roads we have counted on to get us from one place to another close (or collapse?!), and we are forced to find new routes. The life of faith involves detours as well; the ways we thought things would work out turn out to be blocked—but with God, “Plan B” turns out to be amazingly grace-filled.
Celebrate the passion of Jesus, from the triumphant entry into Jerusalem to the shame and suffering of the cross, to the glory of resurrection morning.
The book of Jonah is much more than a story about a man who went overboard and ended up in the belly of a whale; it’s also about the way God goes overboard to show his love to the world. Join us as we look into the book and listen to God’s heart!
From the middle school lunchroom to the city’s finest restaurant, authentic community blossoms when we gather around tables together. God's Spirit uniquely dwells in the moment of table fellowship, and something wonderful begins to develop. This is no longer virtual community. It's real and it is what we all hunger for.
When an archer draws his bow, he begins by looking behind and pulling from his quiver. He then draws back the bowstring, takes aim, and looses the arrow. The Christian life is similar. Looking at the legacy of those who came before and our own spiritual journey, we are poised to look to the future and aim to honor him with our lives.