Hello My Name Is

September 17-November 5, 2017

Who do you think you are? That question shapes how we approach everything in life – problems, opportunities, relationships, and more. Our sense of identity influences whether we live in confidence or with shame and insecurity. For the follower of Jesus, we have been given a very specific identity found in Jesus himself.  This series explores what that identity looks like and why it matters.

I Am Loved

September 16-17, 2017

Whether they admit it or not, everyone wants to be loved (though it’s true some are harder to love than others). The good news is that we are loved – by the one who created us. Many people believe that God is mad at them when he is really mad about them. Jesus taught us that God loves us and then demonstrated it on the cross.

I Am Cherished

September 23-24, 2017

We are God’s prize possession. Nothing else that he has created comes close to you. He does not see as disposable material, to be thrown away when no longer needed or useful. Instead, we occupy a special place in the heart of God. Even when others may downplay or devalue us, it never changes how God feels about us.

I Am Redeemed

September 20-October 1, 2017

God did not settle for you; he died for you. The idea of redemption has built into the idea of buying something back that once belonged to you. God created us for his glory, Satan and our disobedience derailed it, and now through Jesus God has done what is necessary to restore the relationship.

I Am Included

October 7-8, 2017

Because of what Jesus did on the cross, we are no longer on the outside looking in (no longer foreigners, aliens, and strangers). We have been included in the family of God, co-heirs with Christ. If you are a Christian, you belong in the church.

I Am Forgiven / Accepted

October 14-15, 2017

Often times God forgives us before we forgive ourselves. When we allow ourselves to experience God’s forgiveness, we experience true freedom. This is freedom from our guilt and shame, as well as being released from the weight of our sins.

I Am Alive

October 21-22, 2017

No longer in darkness, God has brought us into his kingdom of light. Though we were once dead in our sins and transgressions, we are now alive through the work of Jesus on the cross. This new life is not only in eternity but also in the here and now.

I Am Not Alone

October 29-30, 2017

Even though we are surrounded by crowds of people, it is easy to feel alone. Jesus promised to not leave us as orphans. He promised to be with us to the very end, to never leave us or forsake us. In addition, he gave the Holy Spirit to be our comforter, teacher, and guide. We also have the love and support of our fellow brothers and sisters.

I Am a Saint

November 4-5, 2017

Unlike the Catholic tradition, you can become a saint without having to be dead first. A key part of our new identity is the idea that we have been set apart for God’s purposes. We are no longer our own. Jesus lives inside of us and we live for him.

Quick FAQ’s

How Long Will I Have to be There?

This depends on how long-winded the preacher gets! Normally, the worship service will last between 65-70 minutes.

What Should I Wear?

We dress casual (you’ll see jeans and shorts – even during winter). You’ll also see people in business casual attire. Dress in a way that makes you feel comfortable.

Where Do My Kids Go?

Your kids are a top priority at Mountainview. Nursery through fifth grade stay on the first floor. You’ll see our children’s check-in desk when you enter the front door. Our children’s programming features a large group time with acting, singing, and more. Then they break-off into age-appropriate groups where they dig deeper into the lessons taught in the large group experience. It’s an integrated approach similar to what you would find at churches like North Point in Atlanta.

Want to Pre-Register Your Children? Click here.

Got Questions?

Email Phil Christian, our director of children and family ministry.

What If I Need Someone to Pray with Me?

Our prayer team is available at the close of every service for those who need someone to pray with.

What Do I Call Your Pastor?

Though he has been called reverend, pastor, father, and even most holy reverend, he prefers to be called Ken. Look for him before and after each worship service in the lobby.

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