Pastor Ben Sadler
Pastor Ben Sadler has served as a full-time pastor since 2010. He began his ministry at a Spanish-speaking congregation in Florida. From 2014 to 2019, he served at Goodview Trinity Church in Minnesota. Currently, he is at Victory of the Lamb in Wisconsin. He is married to Emily, and they have three children. Ben loves to spend time with his family, ride his road bike, read, write, and preach.
Find Joy in All Circumstances
Watch the entire devotional series from this past week as Pastor Ben shows us how we can find joy no matter what is happening.
How to Handle an Emotional Roller Coaster
There’s a secret for how to overcome the roller coaster of emotions and anxious feelings.
How to Forget the Things Weighing You Down
Do you feel like you can’t move forward until you fix your past? If so, Pastor Ben says don’t believe this lie.
Why You Shouldn’t Keep Score
Do you find your identity in keeping score of your accomplishments? If so, that’s not healthy. Instead, Pastor Ben shares the record that really matters.
How You Find Joy During Unlikely Times
“This shouldn’t happen this way.” How many times have you found yourself thinking these words this year? Pastor Ben says to focus instead on another phrase in order to find joy during these times.
Solomon’s healthy perspective
Way before COVID-19 messed with our way of life, King Solomon looked at everything “under the sun” and said that it was all hevel,…
The problem with coping mechanisms
Each day seems to bring a new announcement or policy concerning the pandemic that challenges our normal way of life. At the church where…
Your Perfect Body
One day you will have a perfect body. For more on this topic, check out this video from Pastor Mike: https://bit.ly/2ZuMr1w
Finding purpose in the pandemic
One reason that this global crisis is so challenging is that, for many of us, we have never experienced anything like it. Yes, we…
Watch the entire devotional series from this past week, as Pastor Ben shows us how we can be mindful Christians.
Find Mindfulness in Solitude
If you want to practice Christian mindfulness, do what Jesus did and take the time to be alone with God.
Use Mindfulness to Handle Criticism
Instead of internalizing criticism, do what Jesus did and practice a form of mindfulness.