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Two words to avoid

There are two words I suggest we avoid in describing Christianity. The words are liberal and conservative. At face value, a liberal is “marked…

Bible 101

Modern Idolatry

Watch the entire devotional series from this past week, as Pastor James helps us understand how we—oftentimes unknowingly—struggle with modern idols and how we can overcome them. We opened the vault and are bringing you this throwback series that first aired in 2016!

Social Issues

At the Heart of Idolatry

Do you consider yourself a Christian? What does that really mean? Pastor James explains the importance of both our words and actions. We opened the vault and are bringing you this throwback series that first aired in 2016!

Social Issues

Don’t Fight Idolatry Alone

Just because something’s normal doesn’t mean it’s good or right. So how do you know what’s right? Pastor James has a practical tip for you. We opened the vault and are bringing you this throwback series that first aired in 2016!

Life’s Challenges

3 words that will change your corona-year fears

I am writing these words while quarantined. My bedroom has become my new office and our basement card table my new work space. Here…

Life’s Challenges

Spread peace

I’m out of toilet paper. This is ridiculous. I don’t even understand why people are hoarding toilet paper, but now I’m regretting that time…

Friends & Family

Leave No One Behind: Even When Church Hurts

Many kids get disconnected from church because they or their parents get hurt by someone at church. The pastor. The church council. A fellow member. Without the right reaction, these sins/hurts can uproot entire families for generations to come. This message is meant to prepare people for the next time church hurts. What do you do? What do you say? When do you go?

Friends & Family

Leave No One Behind: Embrace Your Role

Pastors, teachers, church members, godparents, older siblings, friends, aunts/uncles, grandparents, etc. all have a role in training the next generation. Singles and non-parents have a role too because they are people who, like Paul himself, may not produce the next generation, but absolutely want to see them in heaven with Jesus.

Living My Faith

3 words that will change your Valentine’s Day (especially if you’re single)

In my almost 40 years on the earth, I’ve experienced the four emotions of Valentine’s Day—loneliness, euphoria, pressure, and apathy. From puberty through my…

Friends & Family

Leave No One Behind: Start Young

This message reminds parents of what matters most—the training up of their children. What you do when they are young will probably shape what they believe when they are older. So, what should you do? God gave Moses the answer. Seek God with a personal passion, based off his unbeatable promises, and then talk about that God as often as you can.

Friends & Family

Leave No One Behind: The Next Generation

In Matthew 18 Jesus told a story about a desperate shepherd who was not willing that even a single lamb be lost. Application—While it’s easy to stereotype and look down on other generations (in both directions!), our Father has a massive heart for each generation of people!

Living My Faith

Certain Faith in an Uncertain World

Watch the entire devotional series from this past week, as Pastor Jon shows us how to stand strong in our faith despite what our culture throws at us.