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Who is God?

The Age of Outrage

Watch the entire devotional series from this past week. We live in a world where it feels impossible to have civil disagreements. How are we supposed to behave in this age of outrage? Though this series first aired in February 2019, God’s Word is timeless as Pastor Jon helps us see how we should act during these challenging times.

Who is God?

You Don’t Need Validation

Our conduct in this age of outrage is not our own personal audition tape to get into heaven. God already has the audition tape he needs. We live in a world where it feels impossible to have civil disagreements. How are we supposed to behave in this age of outrage? Though this series first aired in February 2019, God’s Word is timeless as Pastor Jon helps us see how we should act during these challenging times.

Who is God?

How You Can Impact the World

It’s normal to think that the bigger the platform, the bigger the influence. But don’t be normal. Pastor Jon explains. We live in a world where it feels impossible to have civil disagreements. How are we supposed to behave in this age of outrage? Though this series first aired in February 2019, God’s Word is timeless as Pastor Jon helps us see how we should act during these challenging times.

Who is God?

Be Strange by . . . Listening?

It’s normal to think we need to be the first and fastest to let our voices be heard. But instead of being normal, be strange. We live in a world where it feels impossible to have civil disagreements. How are we supposed to behave in this age of outrage? Though this series first aired in February 2019, God’s Word is timeless as Pastor Jon helps us see how we should act during these challenging times.

Who is God?

All That You Need to Endure COVID-19

What’s the most essential truth you need to get through this pandemic?

Who is God?

You Don’t Need to See to Believe

Just because you can’t see how something is going to happen, doesn’t mean it can’t.

Life’s Challenges

Seeing God’s Plans for Your Life

Watch the entire devotional series from this past week, as Pastor Dave helps us see how God’s plans are working in our lives.

Who is God?

How to Trust God’s Plans for You

We can’t see God’s plans and why bad things happen in our lives. So instead, let’s focus on what we CAN see. Pastor Dave helps us realize what that is.

Who is God?

Hope From Israel: It’s Best When You’re Not the Best

God’s not looking for the best and the brightest, the smartest nor the strongest. What does that mean for you? As we continue to grapple with these turbulent and divisive times, Pastor Mike reminds us of how God loves all his people—people from all walks of life; imperfect, everyday people like us. This series was recorded earlier this year when Pastor Mike was in Israel.

Living My Faith

Fake News/Real Jesus: The Satisfaction You Crave

When a “bad Samaritan” met Jesus, she was shocked by his behavior. He engaged her, confused her, and then saved her, turning her into the Bible’s most unlikely missionary. This message reminds us that Jesus is still offering the Water of Life to the most unlikely people in the most unlikely places.

Living My Faith

Fake News/Real Jesus: You Must Be Born Again

Many Christians know the famous words of John 3:16. But when did Jesus speak them? And why? And to whom? This message teaches that powerful verse in the context of the powerful verses around it, reminding us of the new life that only the born again can find.

Depression & Anxiety

Christ > Corona

Watch the entire devotional series from this past week, as Pastor Mike shows us that, even in the midst of this coronavirus pandemic, we do not have to give in to our fears.