Posts tagged “Jesus”
What Does Love Look Like?
Watch the entire devotional series from this past week, as Pastor Jeremy helps us understand how we are to love one another.
Love really isn’t love unless it involves this.
Instead of quickly getting into debates on hot button issues, ask this crucial question first.
Love Never Fails
When you put love into practice, whether or not you feel like it, know that God will not let you down.
A Fresh Start: For Your Emotions
Our thoughts might be true or false, healthy or destructive, demonic or Holy Spiritual, which means we need to think carefully about our thoughts! The apostle Paul made the same point to his friends in Corinth, urging them to take their thoughts captive and make them obedient to Christ. By that same practice, we put our frantic minds at ease and fix our thoughts on Jesus.
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.
What’s Your Reason for Hope?
What do you do when the pressure’s on to conform to culture? Pastor Jon helps us get out of sticky situations while being intentional with sharing our faith.
A Fresh Start: For Your Body
This message takes us back to the beginning, to physical life as God intended, and reminds us of the Father who gave us life and wants only what is best for his kids. In addition, it reminds us of the “image of God” that we have through Jesus, a spiritual reality that gives even our bodies peace and rest.
GOD Is Here! Even if You Struggle
Do your mistakes make you feel like God is distant from you?
A Fresh Start: With Jesus
Jesus said that those who humbly confess their need of God’s grace (instead of self-righteously comparing themselves to others) will be justified and exalted in the eyes of God. Perhaps, then, repentance is the most liberating way to live!
Get Past Distractions
As we get ready to kick off 2020 with a fresh start, we may get distracted by the world. But Pastor Jared reminds us we already have all that we need.
Simply Christmas: Seek. Speak. Think.
Life slows down after Christmas for us, but not on that first Christmas. The shepherds burst with good news and blurted it out to anyone who would listen. Mary treasured up the truths about her newborn son. People went home glorifying and praising God for all they had heard and seen. What if we did the same?