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The Power of “And”: Me and God

Life can change drastically when we listen beyond just one part of the story. Add an “and” and listen to all of it. Pastor Mike digs into the book of Titus to show how this word, “and,” can make a difference by seeing where God is in life.

Life’s Challenges

Keep the Faith: GOD Endures

A protective father dies young. A talented teammate moves away. A close friend gets a new job. In a world where nothing–even the best things in life–lasts for long, all you need to do is read Psalm 136 to see what does endure forever.

Life’s Challenges

Keep the Faith: GOD’s Here

When you’re afraid, when you’re ready to flip out, when you need a refuge from fear, just where can you go to find God? Pastor Mike points us to a 3,000-year-old psalm that reminds us we don’t need to go anywhere in order to discover God.

Life’s Challenges

Keep the Faith: GOD’s Enough

When life gets messy (and it will), do you know what to do? In today’s message, Pastor Mike digs into the book of Lamentations and looks at what the prophet Jeremiah says when it seems hope is gone and life is too messed up.

Life’s Challenges

Keep the Faith: GOD Can

God brings the storm and calms it: He wants to give you good things but doesn’t want you to forget him. He allows hardship in your life but doesn’t want you to get angry. How does God maintain this sweet spot of giving you blessings and pain so you keep the faith? With these two truths that Pastor Mike will explore in today’s message.

Life’s Challenges

Keep the Faith: GOD Cares

You may be drinking with the devil and not even know it. Beware because there are three shots the devil would love for you to drink that will shake your faith. Know what these lies are and how to combat them so you can stay sober with God’s truth.

Life’s Challenges

Keep the Faith: GOD Knows

Are you afraid of the wrong things? Are you stressing out over medical diagnoses, money, and what others think about you? Jesus taught that these worries only affect 0.0000000001% of our lives. And instead, we need to focus on what really matters.

Life’s Challenges

Keep the Faith: GOD Reigns!

What do you do when life feels out of control? When, despite your best efforts, you realize that you can’t control anyone or anything? The answer is found in an often-forgotten story from the end of Jesus’ life.

Social Issues

God & Gender: What About Transgender? (Part 2)

If God created us male and female, why have so many of God’s sons questioned if he actually created them to be his daughters? And why have so many Christian women wondered if they were really made to be God’s sons? Paul indirectly answered these questions when he wrote about the struggles of life in this broken world. Both parts of this message intend to explain the transgender temptation and offer hope and encouragement to those facing it.

Social Issues

God & Gender: What About Transgender? (Part 1)

If God created us male and female, why have so many of God’s sons questioned if he actually created them to be his daughters? And why have so many Christian women wondered if they were really made to be God’s sons? Paul indirectly answered these questions when he wrote about the struggles of life in this broken world. Both parts of this message intend to explain the transgender temptation and offer hope and encouragement to those facing it.

Social Issues

God & Gender: In Marriage (Part 2)

Perhaps now more than ever, Americans find the idea of distinct gender roles as outdated, offensive, and oppressive. Much more preferable, many believe, is to recognize God-given gifts, regardless of gender. How does such thinking fit into the biblical view that Paul lays out in Ephesians chapter 5 where husbands are the “heads” of their wives and wives are called to submit to their husbands? How do biblically committed Christians winsomely explain these verses in our modern age?

Social Issues

God & Gender: In Marriage (Part 1)

Perhaps now more than ever, Americans find the idea of distinct gender roles as outdated, offensive, and oppressive. Much more preferable, many believe, is to recognize God-given gifts, regardless of gender. How does such thinking fit into the biblical view that Paul lays out in Ephesians chapter 5 where husbands are the “heads” of their wives and wives are called to submit to their husbands? How do biblically committed Christians winsomely explain these verses in our modern age?