Rossview Campus

Rossview High School

1237 Rossview Rd.

Clarksville, TN 37043

 

Service Times
9am & 10:30am

Kenwood Campus

Kenwood High School

251 East Pine Mountain Rd.

Clarksville, TN 37042

 

Service Times
10:30am

Archives

Heart Talks

For most of the year, we preach from series to series, covering connected topics or verses from the Bible. But for the next several weeks, we are taking a break from our usual rhythms and allowing some room to breathe a bit. Different leaders in our church will talk to us from their hearts, sharing insights and messages they sense we should hear - a non-series of sorts.

Grace Changes Everything

God’s hope for our experience of his grace is total, meaning that grace would become the defining lens by which we see everything else. In this three-week series after Easter, we will ask, “If grace is really true, how does that change how we see God, others, and ultimately our selves?” Join us as we look at one the most famous stories in the Bible - The Lost Son.

Easter With Grace

When a group of religious scholars asked Jesus to perform a religious sign, he simply said, "Instead of a giving you guys a new sign, I'm just going to tell you to look at Jonah." What did Jesus mean by this subversive response? Join us for Easter With Grace as we explore the connection between Jesus and this well-known prophet.

Unlikely God

Throughout Christian history, the Church has typically used the time before Easter to reflect on our need for repentance and holiness – our need to be saved. The book of Jonah platforms each of these themes in a powerful narrative of a reluctant prophet, a group of pagan sailors, a storm, a large fish, an enemy city, and strange plant.

The Jesus Way

Christianity makes an astounding claim that we can actually know God in intimate, personal ways. Within this claim, however, lies a tremendous challenge: how do you build a relationship with someone that you can’t directly see, can’t take out to coffee, can’t play basketball with, can’t invite over for dinner? In short, how do you know an invisible God?

People throughout history have tried to answer this foundational question in many different ways. But the life of Jesus gives us some clear insights into how we can grow in our knowledge and experience of God. Join us this winter as we explore how Jesus connected with God and how we can connect with him, as well.

Intentional Prayer

Most of us see the New Year as a fresh start and a new opportunity to make things different. Often that blank slate quickly gets filled with things that distract us from what really matters in life. Fill in the blank slate of the New Year with the power of intentional prayer.

Christmas With Grace

This year we celebrate Christmas with cookies, hot chocolate, carols, the Christmas story, and a candle-light service to remember Jesus in this holiday season. Join our family for Christmas with Grace.

Waiting

The holiday season can often be one of waiting - waiting to see family, waiting for things to go on sale, waiting for getting the perfect gift for someone, waiting to be given the perfect gift. Even waiting to start a new year. Thousands of years ago, God's people were also waiting - waiting for the Messiah to come and give them freedom, give them hope. This Christmas, join as as we look back at this powerful part of God's story and see how it can speak to us today.

Glorious: The Life of Redemption in Ephesians

One letter. Six chapters. A growing church. A pastor's heart. A glorious God. These are just some of the things we see in Paul's letter to the Ephesians. Join us this Fall as we walk through the this powerful letter to one of the earliest churches and explore God's deep message of redemption to our church today.

Glorious: The Story of Redemption in Ephesians

One letter. Six chapters. A growing church. A pastor's heart. A glorious God. These are just some of the things we see in Paul's letter to the Ephesians. Join us this Fall as we walk through the this powerful letter to one of the earliest churches and explore God's deep message of redemption to our church today.

Blessed & Broken

How does God deal with his servants? How does he treat those who try to follow him? In the book of Genesis, we see a tremendous - and sometimes even troubling - example of how God interacts with one of his followers, Jacob. His life is full of surprising ups and devastating downs. And yet, through them all, God remains faithful to shape and mold Jacob into the person that he wants him to be. This summer, we will journey with Jacob and discover how God left him both blessed and broken. Come join us.

REST

Ask someone how they are doing and you will almost always hear this response: busy. The demands of modern life are seemingly never-ending. Work. Family. School. Friends. Even our vacations can somehow become the very opposite of restful. What if God created us to live for something else besides busy-ness? What if he created us to experience regular places of rest within our lives? As we kick off our summer "break," we will explore what it means to practice the biblical call to margin, play, celebration, and even rest.

ROOTS

What is a church supposed to look like? What are people who go to church supposed to be like? There are literally thousands of types of churches in our world today, but there are some common values and marks that should distinguish every church that gathers in the name of Jesus. This month, join us as we look at the roots of the early church found in the book of Acts.