The Bible is the most important and most powerful book you'll ever read and yet it can also be intimidating. Together we'll learn some simple methods to read the Bible to deepen our relationship with Jesus Christ.
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Ever since I can remember Jesus has been a part of my life. He’s helped me see that my identity is not found in my job, my marital status, how much money I’ve made or what I’ve done with my life. He’s shown me that at my core I am a child of God, forgiven and set free from my sins. And my greatest desire is to show others the same is true for them.
Join us for in-person worship Sundays at 10:00 am. Or watch the LIVE stream via Faith Church’s YouTube Channel. Messages will also be posted every Sunday on our Facebook page. Find us at 7595 Minnewashta Pkwy, Excelsior, MN.
Both kids and adults have lots of opportunities to learn, grow and worship at their own level. Families are welcome to worship together, Pastor Dan always includes a kid’s message during worship. We have a big nursery set up for little ones who need to move about and explore, and kids 3K – 4th grade are invited to break out for Faith Kids during each service. Miss Andrea always has fun games, crafts and questions that help kids dive deeper into the Bible and find Jesus in every story!
Faith comes from hearing the message,
AND THE MESSAGE IS HEARD
THROUGH THE WORD OF CHRIST.
We're revisiting our 7 Core Values as a church community and our first value isn't a what. It's a who. And you'll learn why we value Jesus Christ above everything else.
“Didn’t Jesus say you shouldn’t judge?” Many people who know very little about the Bible know this much, namely, that Jesus had issues with people judging. Is that true? If so, wouldn’t it be wrong to judge another person for their judgmental attitude? Or to confront someone for abusing a child? Or to look down on anyone for their racist views? These questions force us to think twice about what Jesus has to say about judging so that we can judge in Jesus’ way.
You are wonderfully and uniquely designed by the God who has never once made a mistake. Therefore, you should be true to yourself. Be authentically you. Don’t hide yourself or fit into the mold made by those who don’t know your heart. Few messages are more often heard in our day than “Be you.” What should followers of Jesus make of this? Does our Father call us to be ourselves? Or is he offering us something much harder (and much better)?