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The Good News of Jesus Christ is for every generation, but how we communicate it makes all the difference
If we hunger for greater intimacy with God, then we must start by feasting on His Word.

Radical Joy in (Act)ion

March 8, 2015
Jesus is the way to a life-changing joy that transcends circumstances and hardship.

Opportunity in (Act)ion

March 1, 2015
The most effective outreach starts with simply seizing the opportunities God places before us

God’s Guidance in (Act)ion

February 22, 2015
God will guide us, but we must be willing to listen and obey.
The church is the body of Christ, but it’s also made up of imperfect people
At the heart of our salvation sits God’s grace working through faith.
We must remove any obstacle that prevents people from coming to faith in Christ
The Vision of Sonrise is to Exalt Jesus Christ, Encourage our Community, Edify the Church, and Expand God’s Kingdom
The Vision of Sonrise is to exalt Christ, encourage the community, and edify the church.
The vision of Sonrise is to exalt Jesus Christ and encourage our community.
The vision of Sonrise is to: Exalt Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior.

Rendered Alive

December 28, 2014

Christmas Service

December 21, 2014

The Truth in Christmas

December 14, 2014
Christmas is much more than a heartwarming story; it is the true revelation of God’s loving response to our desperate need.

The Struggle in Christmas

December 7, 2014
During Christmas, moments of struggle and discomfort can be reminders of just how much we needed Jesus to enter our world

The Danger in Christmas

November 30, 2014
The biggest danger we face at Christmas is becoming indifferent to the wonder, majesty, and meaning of Christ’s arrival.

Thankfulness 365

November 23, 2014
We may not always feel thankful, but we can choose gratitude and see the difference it makes in our lives.

Soul Care in (Act)ion

November 16, 2014
One way to care for our soul is to stay committed to an environment of fellowship, grace, encouragement, and sound teaching.
We gain a proper perspective when we don’t put others on a pedestal, but look to Jesus instead.