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.
The Youth took over service – starting with worship and ending with testimonials from their recent camping trip. Includes a brief recap video of that time in VT.
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 …
Dr. Merrie Kaye shares about her dad’s common phrase “This too shall past” and how it applies to the battles we face. Using scripture, she shows how are battles are not against one another, but are spiritual and the battlefield is in our minds. She goes on to describe the …
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 …
Pastor Christine shares from Exodus about Moses’ encountering God and our need for faith in Him.
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.
Julie and Mike Ganey – missionaries from Kenya – share about how each of us is created by God for a purpose.
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.