The Ancient Art of Conflict Resolution. When it comes to conflict Jesus says that we need to work toward peace, but how do we do that when we have a natural fight or flight instinct within us. Pastor Jesse & Dr. Marsha Schrage look at ways to identify your conflict style and how to take some practical steps to improve it.
Most of us could teach a class on how to avoid conflict, but if we actually listen and obey Jesus’ teachings, we see that avoiding conflict is not in the cards. Pastor Jesse kicks off this new series by answering 4 key questions about conflict.
Life with God isn’t always easy and comfortable but it is always fulfilling and purposeful. Pastor Prentice goes through the story of John the Baptist. John may have lived a shorter life but lived a more fuller life than many.
Sunday, August 24th @ 9:30am
At Bellevue Downtown Park
(Park at the mall and join us across the street. Bring a blanket or a lawn chair.)
SEE YOU THERE!
Ever sense that God is calling you out to do something extraordinary, but the fear of the unknown keeps you paralyzed in your seat? Pastor Jesse talks about the first time Jesus sends his disciples out and how He empowers them to overcome their fear.
Why isn’t Jesus showing up when we’ve asked him to intervene? We’ve got the faith, we’re committed to praying, but Jesus doesn’t seem to show up when we need Him the most. Pastor Jesse looks at the way that Jesus responds to a woman with an ongoing problem and a girl with an emergency and the surprising order of events.
It’s easy to dismiss the idea of supernatural evil as an ancient superstition, or a simple minded explanation to more complex things, but Jesus’ response to supernatural evil is anything but simplistic.
Everybody experiences storms in their lives but the bible is clear that God will always be with us. Pastor Prentice and Kyle both teach on Jesus calming the storm in mark 4.
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.