The Story of God: Pentecost

Acts 2 This Sunday, we wrapped up our series, The Story of God, by seeing how the Holy Spirit is empowering us to join the mission of Christ here in San Diego and around the world. Throughout Scripture, the people of God are called to remember and celebrate the faithfulness of God. But it’s not aboutContinue reading “The Story of God: Pentecost”

The Story of God: Luke

Luke 24:1-35 As we continue through the Easter season, a week of Sundays, we have been journeying together through the resurrection of Jesus in the Story of God. Luke tells us a story of surprises, remembrance, and the Table that changes the world. Jesus could have revealed His resurrection to whomever He chose. The factContinue reading “The Story of God: Luke”

The Story of God: Moses

The difference between information and formation is story. — Pastor Jeya Psalm 34:18 reminds us, “The Lord is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit.” As a church, we continue to pray for those suffering the sorrow of lost loved ones in the mass school shooting in Florida as wellContinue reading “The Story of God: Moses”

The Story of God: Noah

“The difference between information and formation is story.” — Pastor Jeya Stories have power to engage our brains and cause ideas to “click.” Puppy Love was recently voted as the best Super Bowl ad of all-time, not because of its use of sex or humor (or whatever we typically imagine with over-the-top Super Bowl commercials) butContinue reading “The Story of God: Noah”

The Story of God: Creation

From Pastor Jeya’s sermon on Sunday, January 28th Scripture passage: Genesis 1:1-2:2 The difference between information and formation is story. For example, it’s one thing to hear facts and data about the refugee crisis, but it’s another to learn the heartbreaking stories of children and their families who are forced to flee violence. Stories move us into action.Continue reading “The Story of God: Creation”