Five Secrets

Sundays, May 5 - June 2, 2024

Five Secrets / Overview:  As we explore powerful stories of transformation from the Gospels and Acts of the Apostles, discover five “kingdom secrets” to living and dying well, based on the book The Five Secrets You Must Discover Before You Die by Dr. John Izzo. Allow the Good News of Jesus Christ to inspire us to live our best lives! 

Five Secrets Study Guide for Individuals and FaithGroups

May 5

Class of 2024 Graduation Celebration

Easy Button (Be True to Yourself)

John 20:19-31 (NIV) Before Thomas can believe in the Risen Christ, he must see Jesus with his own eyes. If only there was an easy button for believing where we have not yet seen. Learn Secret #1 to live out faith with our authentic self. 

May 12

Mother’s Day / Communion 

Enough (Become Love) 

John 14:15-21 (NIV) / Jesus shares precious moments with his disciples, reminding them how they must love one another. As we celebrate Festival of the Christian Home / Mother’s Day, may we remember the gift of love as a building block for our lives. Secret #2: truly, love is enough!   

May 19


Bliss (Live the Moment) 

Acts 2:1-12 (NIV) / The apostles waited patiently for the Holy Spirit’s arrival. On the Day of Pentecost, they were filled with the Spirit which enabled them to speak many languages to the people gathered in Jerusalem. Learn Secret #3 to allow the Spirit to move and to celebrate the special moments of bliss in our lives. Church family members & friends are invited to wear RED to celebrate Pentecost! 

May 26

Memorial Day

Crossroads (Leave No Regrets) 

Acts 7:51-60 (NIV) / When the apostle Stephen spoke boldly about faith in the Righteous One, they stoned him to death, and he became the first Christian martyr. There are times in our lives when we come to crossroads and must make important decisions. Learn Secret #4 and reflect on how can we make Spirit-filled decisions so that we can live without regrets.

June 2


Legacy (Give More Than You Take)

Acts 4:32-37 (NIV) / As the early Church was growing in numbers and boldness, the believers began to live with generosity. These Christians not only shared Christ, they shared their resources with those in need. Learn the final Secret #5 and consider how we might leave a legacy of generosity for future generations?