With the Olympic athletes sharing openly about their struggles, mental health awareness has been in the news the last few weeks. Click the link below to visit our Youth page for some important information for parents helping teens deal with depression.
Teachers and students are heading back to the classroom. Let’s send them back with notebooks, backpacks, and lots of prayer. Click the link below to visit our Children’s page for some Prayers for Back to School.
The relationship between a Jewish community and a Muslim community began with a rental agreement. Today it’s so much more. Click the link below to visit our Worship&Music page to learn more about them.
It’s monsoon season in Arizona, and we’re very grateful for the rain. Want to check out a way to Pray with Raindrops? Visit our Children’s page by clicking the link below.
It may be July, but anytime of year is a good time to share some Christmas Cheer. Click the link below to visit our Adult page for some ideas for celebrating Christmas in July.
Why would a Phoenix Suns fan be the fan of a Milwaukee Bucks assistant coach? Click the link below to visit our Adult page to find out why.
If you’re a parent, you know it’s a job for life. As your kids grow and change, your role changes too. Click the link below to visit our Youth page for some ideas on changing and growing as parents of teenagers.
At our Gilbert Site yesterday, Pastor Thadd talked about Father Gregory Boyle and his work with gang members. Click the link below to visit our Adult page and watch a clip of Father Boyle talking about his work and the lessons he’s learned from it.
If you’re a parent, you know you’re your child’s first teacher. You teach your children from the day they’re born. Talking. Eating. Walking. Sharing. Learning. You’re also their first, and most important, teacher of faith. No matter your age or your child’s age, they’re learning faith from you. You’re passing on your faith for a lifetime. Click the link below to visit our Children’s page for more.
Do you need a music break in your day today? If so, we have what you need! Click the link below to visit our Adult page for a story about music grown out of the pandemic.