Jesus’ disciples asked Him ‘who is the greatest in the kingdom of God?’ Jesus’ response wasn’t what they were expecting. We need to 1) turn; 2) be more child-like (not childish) in our faith, dependence, trust, have purity of heart, vulnerability, and needs; and 3) humble ourselves.
Pastor Josh sives a message from Philippians 2:5-7 about how Christ must be formed in each of us.
Our mission as a church is transformation – according to the Gospel of Jesus. In Paul’s letter to the Romans, he urges the church not to conform to the world’s patterns and influences. Despite the pressures around us, we’re to stand strong, and actually move forward, and this happens when …
Using 1 Peter 1:6-7 (NLT) and Mark 4:35-41, Pastor Josh impresses 2 questions to ask when we’re in the storm: Is this storm a result of my disobedience? If so, repent. Is this storm a test of faith and obedience? If so, fight for your faith. It is during times …
Starting from Colossians chapter 2, Pastor Josh highlights that if we are truly following Jesus, we need to stay close to Him, and living out that following.
After a prayer for our beautiful nation of America, Pastor Josh used scriptures from Philippians 1 and Ephesians to illustrate our true citizenship in heaven.
After a quick reflection about the Cookies for Cops held at Cornerstone, Pastor Josh looks at Matthew 9:35-38 and how we are to pray for (and work as) laborers for the harvest of the Kingdom of God.
In honor of Father’s Day, Pastor Josh look at 1 Corinthians 14 where Paul speaks to the church as beloved children, challenging them to imitate him as he imitates Christ. As dads, we can change hearts not just modify behavior.
After a testimony from Mike Comtois and a few funny memes, Pastor Josh digs into Proverbs 4 and Luke 6 to ask – how is your heart? We need God to search our hearts, and deal with the weeds that sprout up. Consider the following: What’s coming into your ears? …
Jesus is the Truth that sets us all free. No matter what the world / culture says, He is the only answer, the only salvation.