Grab your Bible, pull up a chair, and discover what Scripture says about the best way to live our lives. It is going to be a character building summer at ValleyPoint as we investigate the qualities that God produces in the lives of those who “walk by the Spirit.” Together, we will be encouraged to say “no” to the flesh and “yes” to strengthening our friendship with God, increasing the influence we have on others, and living our best spiritual year.
This summer, we focus our attention on cultivating the fruit of the Spirit. These nine flavors combine for one great tasting piece of fruit!
“Generosity is at its core a lifestyle, a lifestyle in which we share all that we have, are, and ever will become as a demonstration of God’s love a response to God’s grace.” (Willard & Sheppard, Contagious Christianity, 2012, p. 18).
What happens when generosity becomes a way of life? What happens when a group of people choose generosity over scarcity? What happens when followers of Jesus hold what they have with open hands? What is the potential of a generous faith community?
Join ValleyPoint Church for a three-week series called “Theology of Generosity.” This series will share the culture of giving at ValleyPoint, point to generosity as a fruit of God’s grace – the product of a transformed heart, and challenge our church to become a community of contagious generosity.
Theology of Generosity
Come prepared to doodle, draw, and discover. No artistic experience needed. Napkins will be provided.
Join ValleyPoint Church for a three-week adventure called White Napkin Sundays. This series will remind, refresh, and refocus our attention on things that matter. Warning: this series may be exactly what is needed as we pursue our best spiritual year. Don’t miss it!
White Napkin Sundays
Things that matter…cost. Priceless items, valuable relationships, and worthwhile causes all have something in common; they come with a price.
Cost: The price paid to acquire, produce, or maintain something.
Pursue having your best spiritual year by understanding the high price Jesus paid for your redemption. Follow that with a choice to splurge on personal purpose, right thinking, marriage, and parenting. Thanks for joining us as we investigate costly aspects of life that are worth the expenditure.
At A Cost
Does God have an image problem? Some passages in Scripture paint God to be a sexist, racist, angry, and violent deity. How should we respond to friends who point out these supposed discrepancies? Should these pieces of Scripture be avoided…even discarded? Or is there something to learn from these ancient texts that point to a God who functions on purpose and always out of love for his creation? Pursue having the best spiritual year of your life by deepening your understanding, love, and worship of the God of the Bible.