Often times, through various circumstances in our lives, we encounter doubt in our faith. Pastor prentice speaks on how a tiny mustard seed can teach the remedy to doubt.
The only way for the power of the Gospel to be released in your life is for it to be planted deeper than anything else. Pastor Jesse looks at the parable of the seeds and unpacks what it means for deeper living here and now.
Join us for one service @ 10am this 4th of July weekend.
See you there!
Focus On Their Performance, Not Their Character.- Are we subtly teaching our kids that what they do is more important than who they are? Pastor Jesse looks at the 4 questions we can help our kids answer to deepen their character.
Rain City’s FROZEN SING ALONG MOVIE is THIS Saturday, June 28th, at 4pm.
Feel free to invite your friends, pack a picnic dinner, blanket and join us at Bellevue High School.
We will be watching it on the big screen indoors and singing our hearts out. All are welcome and admission is FREE.
Only teach them what to think, not how to think. Questions and doubts about our faith are inevitable and can actually be quite healthy for our spiritual growth. As parents, are we teaching our kids to lean into these questions and doubts, or are we only giving them a list of rules to thoughtlessly conform to?
Be Their Best Friend, Not Their Parent. In a ME generation, it is far too easy to get so focused on ourselves that we end up making parenting all about us, ignoring what’s best for our kids. Pastor Jesse looks at the A,B,C’s of narcissistic parenting and what the Bible says about correcting the problem.
Be Mute About $. Pastor Jesse presents a Biblical stewardship system to take all of the stress out of teaching your kids about money.
Step One- Don’t Teach Them About God. Pastor Jesse launches the series by encouraging us to look for ways to teach our kids to connect with God outside of just an hour on Sunday. Whether you’re a parent, a teacher, a leader, or someone who works with kids, this series is full of practical, Biblical principles to help build kid’s character and help them grow closer to God and others.