Complexity demands simplicity. When Google launched the world’s most complex web browser, they did so with a simple search bar on a blank screen. When Apple introduced the iPhone in 2007, a device more powerful than a supercomputer in the year 2000, it only had one button. And when the God of the Universe wanted to reveal Himself to His creation, He did so by taking on flesh and assuming the form of a simple servant. So often we complicate the message of Jesus with important but non-essential ideas. Rather than focusing on the good news of Jesus, we haggle over minute issues of theology and doctrine, leaving a lost world even more confused or, even worse, uninterested. Join us each Sunday in June and July for Essentials, a sermon series focused on what is essential, what isn’t, and why the difference matters.