Like dragging a clunky, overloaded piece of luggage through a long & crowded airport, it’s impossible to get the most out of today, when you’re dragging the baggage of your past around with you everywhere you go, every day of your life. Pastor Jesse unpacks what Jesus says about how to get past your past, to be fully present in the present.
No matter who you are, whether you’re rich or poor, young or old, male or female, everybody gets 24 hours in a day. But not everybody experiences that time with the same fulfillment and satisfaction. Pastor Jesse kicks off this new series by looking at what Jesus teaches about making the most of the time we’ve got.
At the dawn of a new year, God wants to give you a better view! Could one verse from scripture really change the way you approach 2015? Listen as pastor Matt unpacks Revelation 21:5, “Behold, I am making all things new.”
When the Christmas season rings hollow, and comfort and joy are just meaningless words, the birth of Jesus brings a surprising message to those of us who feel that we’re too far gone.
As a thank you to our incredible volunteers, we’re giving them this Sunday off to sleep in and enjoy time with family and friends.
NO SERVICES THIS SUNDAY, DEC 28TH.
There are times in life when you feel like you’re stuck on the outside looking in and wondering if God is punishing you for something you’ve done. Pastor Jesse takes a fresh look at a familiar Christmas story to show that God has good news for the outsiders.
No matter who you are, or what you believe, everybody’s been through a season where it seems like God Is Nowhere. Pastor Jesse looks at the great winter of soul and what it means that God Is Now Here.
Jesus, often times, spoke out against the “religious” people of his time – those that were highly legalistic. Pastor Prentice shares with us how it still exists today and how it is toxic to your relationship with God, others and yourself and a better way to live.
What if the very thing we fear the most is the thing that it is there to free us? Pastor Jesse looks at Jesus walking on water and calming the storm in Mark 6 and draws some surprising implications for our life today.
There is a deep spiritual hunger within all of us that we attempt to quench with all kinds of things, but they just leave more hungry than we were before. Pastor Jesse looks at Jesus’ miracle of feeding the 5,000 and how He’s pointing us to the thing that can actually satisfy our spiritual hunger once and for all.