Author: Brett Millican

Unfortunately, slavery hasn't gone away, it's just gone underground. The brutal facts are that more people exist in slavery in our point in history than ever before (over 40 million), and that young women and children are most often the ones at risk. What can...

Red. Blue. Purple. My party. Your party. Their party. Whatever happened to the idea of "We the People?" Now, over the last 20 years, politics has become more, well, politicized, and voting tendencies, more than ever before, lean along racial and ethinic lines. How does...

When Christians and Jews read Psalm 24:1, "The Earth is the Lord's, and everything in it", what does that mean? Why does God make a covenant with the earth itself in the book of Genesis? Why is nature itself depicted as praising God and why...

Homeless people aren't just homeless, they are people, with lives and stories that are both heartbreaking and beautiful. But where does homliness come from? How does it affect both the city in which we live and all of us as a community? What can we...

As we kick off this 8 week campaign it's important that we start off with the right context and mindset of what we mean when we say You Have A Part To Play. We live in a world that is broken. Things are not as God designed...

This week we are looking at the generational nature of the Gospel. Inherant to the call of Jesus for us to make disciples is the presupposition that we are reaching, teaching and pouring into the youth of our culture. This past Sunday we heard from...

This week we continue our new series titled And He Answered Me. We will be looking at the topic of prayer. Prayer is something we see all through Scripture, and yet it is something that many people who call themselves Christians do not practice on a regular...

This week we continue our new series titled And He Answered Me. We will be looking at the topic of prayer. Prayer is something we see all through Scripture, and yet it is something that many people who call themselves Christians do not practice on a regular...

This week we begin our new series titled And He Answered Me. We will be looking at the topic of prayer. Prayer is something we see all through Scripture, and yet it is something that many people who call themselves Christians do not practice on a regular...

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