Today, Cliff starts a new series, Summer with Jesus, in which we’re looking at things that apply to us personally based on what Jesus did and what Jesus said. Today, from Matthew 8, the story of Jesus healing a man with leprosy.
Special guest and longtime friend of Arbor Mike North delivers today’s message. Our mission at Arbor is to help the hurting… and to do that we must first address our own hurts, habits, and hangups. Mike challenges us to examine ourselves honestly and with humility, and to draw near to God for help and healing.
From John 4, Bryan teaches on the story of Jesus’s conversation with the woman at the well. What happens when we’re confronted with a sin or change we need to make in our lives?
This week on Summer with Jesus, Scott Hetherington speaks on a pattern of living that Jesus taught his disciples and modeled throughout his ministry: retreat with Jesus, restore with God … and return with purpose.
It’s a very special Sunday at Arbor: today we celebrate with families who are dedicating their children. Michael, our Children’s Director, gives a message from Matthew 19. Jesus said, “let the little children come to me … for the kingdom of God belongs to such as these." What did He mean? Can we see and love people the way Jesus sees and loves people?
From the first lie in the Bible (in the first chapter of Genesis!) to Jesus’ words of warning in John 8… today’s message from Cliff is about the lies the enemy tells us, and what we need to do to overcome them with the truth that comes from Jesus.
Cemeteries aren’t very … summery. But today we visit one with Alison: from John 11, the story of Lazarus, Martha, Mary, our plans, God’s plans, and an empathetic, life-giving man named Jesus.
This Labor Day weekend, Bryan concludes our Summer with Jesus with a message from Acts 1, as Jesus spoke his final words on Earth. Like the disciples, we’ve spent time with Jesus… and now it’s time to show up like He did, in His likeness.