As a church, we have big dreams, but also face big challenges. Many feel excited for our future, but many also have concerns. How are we to move forward, together, when we can't see the future?
Today, we have great expectations that God is doing a new thing. Our community is rapidly changing. For many years, visionaries, business leaders and everyday residents dreamed of renewal in our neighborhood.
Faith, Hope, and Politics is a call to put your faith in action in the public square and is especially written for the next generation of leaders.
Ephesians 4:15 counsels us to speak the truth in love. The context is the truth of the gospel, in the myriad way that apostles, prophets, evangelists, shepherds and teachers share the truth of who Jesus is, what God has done, and what God continues to do through the Holy Spirit. That truth points to the power of the gospel to redeem and transform.
We all need people like that — people who love us unconditionally and always see the good in us. We need people in the stands as we run life's race
Sometimes it seems there is more than enough; sometimes it seems it’s not even close. There’s not enough time, not enough money, not enough margin. We can’t give more to help those in need — what if we don’t have enough for ourselves?
Harry Emerson Fosdick was among the great preachers of the early 20th century. From Riverside Church in New York City, Fosdick inspired a generation to go deeper in scripture and obedience, applying deep truth to the brokenness of the world.
It's an exciting time to be part of Cliff Temple. Founded in 1898, we're a historic congregation with a big dream for the future. We are in a "rebuilding" process as we seek the fulfillment of a strong mission: making everyday missionaries to live out the life of Christ in places where we live, work and play.