3 Ways Grace Transforms Our Lives

We want to grow and change but we get frustrated. It’s not something we can do to ourselves by ourselves. Certainly we have a part to play, but it is freeing to understand the dynamic of God’s grace working in us and through us to create transformation. When we are…

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Worry is a paralyzing force that robs us of peace.  And it’s a complete waste of time. A recent survey found that 40% of the things we worry about never happen, 30% are in the past and can’t be changed, 12% are the concern of others and none of…

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How to Have a Great Summer

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I love to have fun with my friends and meet new people, because you never know who may just end up being your friend. We love doing life with others at Shoreline and Hangouts are one of the ways we make that happen. Hangouts are doing what you love and…

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So many things in life are either expanded or contracted by the way we think.  When you came into a relationship with Jesus, there were spiritual changes, but not everything was mystically and magically changed.  If you were thinking a certain way the day you got saved, you were likely…

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Our problem is seldom that we don’t love God enough; it is almost always that we are unaware of how much God loves us.  The true essence of Christianity is a celebration of what God has done for us out of His abundant love. God wants you to know that…

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Last week we talked about John, the disciple whom Jesus loved. He used that phrase referring to himself five times in his retelling of Jesus’ life on earth – The Gospel of John. In the first three occurrences we learn these truths about the love of God: God’s love is relational. God’s…

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The Disciple Whom Jesus Loved

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We may think that Jesus loved John a little more than the other disciples. After all, the Bible calls him, “John, the disciple that Jesus loved.” But if we read all four gospels we find that it is only in the book that John wrote where he is referred…

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In the weeks leading up to his death, Jesus visited his friends in Bethany. The events of that visit have profound implications for our lives. The story of Lazarus is symbolic of our lives. You can read it in John 11:1-12:18. We were dead and Jesus raised us up….

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Love is Spelled T-I-M-E

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Jesus said that people will know that you are His follower by the love you have for others. An important part of loving people is spending time with people. Time is needed to pause and assess the needs of the people around you. The culture within God’s family, which…

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What Defines Us

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A healthy church culture is defined by love – authentic love for God, authentic love for each other and authentic love for an unbelieving world. If Shoreline is a great church, it’s because we are great at loving. Love is the only measuring stick that matters. The win for Shoreline…

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