In part two of our “Jesus, A Self-Portrait” sermon series, Rev. Carter Ellis considers how Jesus acts as a door for our lives.
In part one of our “Jesus, A Self-Portrait” sermon series, Rev. Carter Ellis explores the ways that Jesus acts as a Shepherd in our lives.
In part four of our “All Creatures Great and Small” sermon series, Rev. Carter Ellis discusses how to deal with the difficult people in our lives.
In part three of our “All Creatures Great and Small” sermons series, Rev. Carter Ellis explores what God says about being small like a Grasshopper yet overcoming great obstacles.
In part two of our “All Creatures Great and Small” sermon series, Rev. Carter Ellis considers how ants can teach us the wisdom of being small and making a big impact.
In part for of our “Time for a Change” sermon series, Rev. Carter Ellis explores the ways we can make change permanent in our lives.
In part three of our “Time for a Change” sermon series, Rev. Carter Ellis discusses the ways that God helps us find the power to change.
In part one of our “Time for a Change” sermon series, Rev. Carter Ellis explores the many problems that arise when we seek to make changes in our lives.
In part one of our Advent sermon series “The Characters of Christmas,” Rev. Carter Ellis starts with the story of Zechariah and Elizabeth, and their faith in God’s promises.
Rev. Carter Ellis continues the “Thankful” series, with consideration on how we can be thankful each moment.
In the first of the “Thankful” sermon series, Rev. Carter Ellis explores how to give with a gracious heart.
In this All Saints edition of the “Gotta Have Faith” sermon series, Rev. Carter Ellis discusses the man ways our faith teaches us to handle grief and loss.
In part one of our “Gotta Have Faith” sermon series, Rev. Carter Ellis uses the life of Abram to reveal how we can all take the next steps of faith in our lives.
Rev. Carter Ellis discusses how God calls us to care for our bodies as His temple, and the ways we can do so to lead physically and spiritually healthier lives.
In our sermon series “Balance or Burnout,” Rev. Carter Ellis explores how nurturing our relationships can help us connect with God and build healthier lives.
Rev. Carter Ellis explores the deep waters of our faith, and how Jesus calls us to follow him.
Rev. Carter Ellis reflects on radical hospitality and what our charge as Christians is to offer cool water to others and invite them in.
In my family, etiquette is a big deal. Growing up, my parents demanded good manners. I had to sit up straight at the table, say “yes sir” and “no ma’am,” be on my best behavior at other people’s houses. In middle school, I was forced, along with many of my classmates, to attend weekly cotillion classes. If you grew up in the south, you may know what I mean. These classes were one part ballroom dancing and one part table manners, which is exactly what every middle school student wants to do after a long day of school.
For the last 3 and half years, we have attempted and achieved Kingdom Work! But, you know Kingdom Work in God’s Kingdom is never done. Doing Kingdom Work is a marathon event, it is not a sprint. It is an event that takes time, talent, endurance, and skills such as listening and applying what you have learned. News Flash! Nothing has changed in over 2,000 years.
Hello, for those of you who may not know me, my name is Kate Alvstad and I am a senior guitar major at Penn-Griffin School for the Arts for the next 30 some hours, but who’s counting? And this fall I will be moving to Boone to attend Appalachian State University where I will be majoring in Social Work.