Michelle Trayers Sermons
Jesus stood with people who were marginalized: tax collectors, women, foreigners, and lepers. Join us as we explore how to imitate His example by standing with people who are not like us.
There is room for diversity of many kinds in the Christian faith. Come and learn about a value we like to call “The Big Tent” and discover that there is a place for you!
Prayer is arguably the most important discipline we engage in as Christ followers. It is also intimidating, misunderstood, and even exploited. Yet, if we understand it correctly, it is simple, effective, and centering. Join us and learn that Jesus taught prayer was intensely practical. Understand what to expect when you pray and discover how fasting can help you to stay focused in prayer.
Whether you prayed for a blessing, or not do you realize that we are blessed? As we RE-GATHER, we believe it’s important to take the summer to simply begin or continue a spiritual discipline that will be necessary for each of us as we figure out this new normal. I pray you consider praying PRAYERS THAT AVAIL the challenges of life.
How do we pray when the news goes from bad to worse and the future is unknown? Come and learn from Habakkuk how to align yourself with God’s plan and live in his grace.
As we seek to serve & share the Gospel with the people around it's important for all of us to understand what their practical needs are as well as recognize that GOD has been at work long before we showed up. So, as followers of Christ how do we join in where God is working without doing harm to those He loves?
We discover the joy of getting ahead at a young age. Chutes and Ladders is played in families with preschoolers and they love getting to go up the ladder but dislike the reverse. But what if there are lessons to be learned at the bottom of the chute? Jesus came and turned the world upside down. In his kingdom, the first are last, the servants are leaders, and He takes bad and makes it good. How do we orient ourselves in his kingdom when it is so different than our nature and our culture?
If we are going to be a church with a heart like God’s, we will be generous. As Christ-followers we have been the recipients of his incomparable gifts to us and imitate him when we give to others. Join us to explore how grace helps us to overcome obstacles that keep us from extravagant generosity.
2020 has been a year like no other. Now Christmas is here and many of us hoped we would be in a different place with COVID; able to celebrate in all the ways we normally would. Let’s learn from Joseph, the stepfather of Jesus how to handle the unexpected and allow God’s plan to unfold in our lives this season.