Our Hope, His Story is Reach’s year-long journey into the story of God. In it we approach the Bible as a 6-act play that centers on Jesus and answers the… read more →
Paul’s letter to the Philippians invites us to discover how knowing Jesus is the most powerful thing a person can experience, and how the resulting joy can change everything, even… read more →
There are many lessons to be learned as we follow Paul on his first missionary journey, perhaps none more important than this: to be the disciples Jesus has called us to be, we must live on purpose every day. We must live with God’s mission on our minds and in our hearts. We must live as if we’ve been sent to this city…because we most certainly have been.
At Reach we talk about family a lot. It’s important that we act like the family we are through Jesus. It’s also crucial to understand and celebrate just how big our family is. Enjoy listening to these brothers from around the country and the world, and rejoice as you see how big our family (and our God) really is.
Starting with the stoning of Stephen, the disciples are scattered by fierce persecution. As we walk through the story with them, we learn a crucial lesson — what our enemy intends for harm, God uses for good. In fact, He uses such hardship to change the world…and He still is today.