Join us for a new series focusing on the Beatitudes from the Sermon on the Mount, the greatest sermon ever preached. Click below to catch the introduction message, The Gospel is the Kingdom. 


Garland Campus | 9:30 & 11AM
Online Campus | 10AM 

Part 2: The Blessed Brokenness of Grief

Senior Pastor Keith Stewart
January 23, 2022

You won’t live very long in this world before you will lose something that is precious to you. You may lose a mom, a dad, a grandparent, a sibling or a friend in death. You are going to lose opportunities, friendships, marriages, jobs, valuables, faith and sometimes even hope. As I’ve said many times over the years, in this broken world, “loss is inevitable, growth is optional.” But we can find comfort on the other side of a loss IF we allow ourselves to grieve. That is Christ’s promise and it also happens to be the second beatitude. I hope you can join us this weekend as we discover the healing path of grief for all the losses of life.

Part 1 - The Blessed Brokenness of Poverty

Part 2 - The Blessed Brokenness of Grief

Part 3 - The Blessed Brokenness of Meekness

Part 4 - The Blessed Brokenness of Hunger

Part 5 - The Blessed Brokenness of Mercifulness

Part 6 - The Blessed Brokenness of Purity

Part 7 - The Blessed Brokenness of Peacemaking

Part 8 - The Blessed Brokenness of Persecution

The Blessed Brokenness of Grief

Senior Pastor Keith Stewart
Sunday, January 23, 2022


Garland Campus | Kids 11AM | Students 6PM
Online Campus | 10AM & ON-DEMAND
  :30 & 11AM |


January 2022 | STORY TIME
Good Samaritan - Week 4
Jesus teaches us to help others.

Who teaches you important things?
Jesus teaches you important things.


Choose Your Words Carefully - Week 4
Think before you speak.


Choosing to do what you should
even when you don’t want to


Blessed Brokenness

The beatitudes represent a radical re-ordering of our values. They re-define what it means to be blessed. The opening salvo in Jesus' most famous sermon stands in bold contrast to the value system of the world - Blessed are the poor in spirit. As Christ followers, spiritual poverty is our baseline reality that we return to over and over again. Because it’s only the beatitudes that lead us to the blessed life. Let's discover how together.

Wrathful God versus Loving God

You make a decision to read the Bible so you begin with the very first book. As you begin reading, you find out fairly quickly about God destroying the earth with a flood. Not long after that, He commanded the annihilation of Sodom and Gomorrah. Then you read about the 10 plagues that fell on Egypt. You also discover, if you lived back then, you didn’t want to be a Canaanite or an Amalekite because God doesn’t seem to be all that fond of them either. So the more you read, the harder it gets for you to understand how the God of the Old Testament is the same loving Father that we learn about in the New Testament. That’s the dilemma we’re looking at this weekend because it’s a major obstacle to faith in the lives of many skeptics and seekers alike. Belief is not a leap in the dark or a denial of our rationality as human beings. Christianity is a reasonable faith.

The Gospel is the Kingdom

In this new year, we are going to be delving deeply into the Sermon on the Mount. This is Jesus’ most famous sermon. It’s been called the greatest sermon ever preached. His main subject is the Kingdom of God; who it’s for, how it manifests and the ways in which we live it out. Throughout the year, we’ll be periodically returning to this amazing manifesto – the Magna Carta of the people of God. But to fully appreciate what Jesus has to say to us, we have to begin with a basic understanding of what Christ means when He speaks of the Kingdom of God. Join us this weekend for what is sure to be an informative, challenging and inspiring message on Jesus Christ’s favorite subject.


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