Last weekend, Megan Marshman taught on having peace in place of anxiety. It was a fantastic message about the power of God’s peace as we go to Him—that His peace passes all understanding and is actually better than understanding.
Whether clinical or situational, most people I know have struggled with anxiety at some point. We want to be a church that doesn't just focus on your spiritual life, but helps you in your day-to-day life as well. We believe Jesus’ desire is for us to be transformed daily into His likeness. That includes living with peace and freedom, not anxiety and unrest.
Our pastoral care team and their network of Christian counselors compiled a list of resources for those dealing with anxiety. I hope you’ll check them out. If you aren’t sure what steps to take next, I encourage you to call one of our pastors at
P.S. This weekend, we have the honor of celebrating God’s work in the lives of our brothers and sisters through Baptism. If you’ve decided to follow Christ but haven’t been baptized, learn more here!