Forming healthy habits can nurture and sustain your growth in an ever-changing world. Join us for a discussion of four spiritual practices that, if deployed with some level of regularity, will help keep you strong and vibrant in a way that you simply can’t get without some effort. Our 2021 Lenten journey will include sermons on fasting, community, sabbath and simplicity.
Advent is a season of preparing our hearts to celebrate the coming of Jesus at Christmas. But who exactly are we preparing to receive? This year at Jericho, we are focusing on the five characteristics of Jesus prophetically declared in Isaiah 9:6... Wonderful, Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace. As you get to know who Jesus is, you begin see why the focus at Christmas so often turns to wonder and joy.
So much of the teaching in the church today on Spiritual Gifts is either too rigid or too flaky. Time is wasted either forcing the Apostle Paul to answer questions he never intended to address or curbing excessive abuses. In this series, we attempt to stir up and unleash a broad concept of giftedness - not as a personal or individualistic thing but rather in community, for the community. After all, a gift isn’t intended to be kept to yourself!
What is true wisdom and how do you acquire it? Regardless of your age or background, this family-friendly summer teaching series in I Kings & Proverbs will explore the life of Solomon for answers to the questions wise people have been asking for centuries.
"But the Holy Spirit produces this kind of fruit in our lives: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control" (Galatians 5:22-23) But how do we actually grow these 9 things in our lives?
The words of Isaiah ring out to people who have known both the best and the worst of times in their own lives and who are in need of hope, healing and comfort. If you hold on, there’s a new day dawning...