Our We Choose ministry initiative is shaped by our Core Values, the foundational pillars of discipleship. It also represents the strategic way we budget, allocate, discuss, raise, and spend resources in a manner that will help us accomplish the mission God has given us. We are excited to share these updates of how we have seen discipleship in the context of community flourish through our current We Choose plan.
For all of God’s promises have been fulfilled in Christ with a resounding “yes!” 2 Corinthians 1:20
What do five Old Testament characters have to do with Good Friday? Adam, Abraham, Moses, David, and Jeremiah all represent different facets of God’s promise to restore fallen creation and bless his people. And ultimately, God’s promise is fulfilled in the perfect life, sacrificial death, and resurrection of Jesus.
Last week on Good Friday, our church family got to experience Promises: Kept in Jesus. Families across all campuses explored these Old Testament characters and their stories, learned how they point us towards God’s faithfulness, participated in interactive activities, and took communion in remembrance of Jesus’ death, burial, and resurrection. It was a unique, helpful way to process and engage the Easter story, and we are thankful for the opportunity to experience the Bible in a new way.