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.
A World Without Pain?
Yes, there is pain in this world, but it’s pain with a purpose.
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
What You Do Matters
Sometimes Christians live as if this life doesn’t matter, as if the only point of this life is to believe in Jesus and then float up to heaven. But Pastor Ben reminds us that what we do here matters.
Happy Ending for a Messy World
So many things are going wrong in our world right now, but there is a happy ending in store. Pastor Ben explains.
The devil divides
Usually crisis brings people together. I remember speaking with a distant relative who fought in WWII. He said that during the war, the whole…
George Floyd and Psalm 10
Our country continues to process the mind-breaking emotions of Officer Derek Chauvin kneeling on the neck of George Floyd for nine minutes. In response,…
It’s the virus
I’m a relatively calm and cheery person, but lately I’ve been on edge and even short-tempered. Obviously, quarantine life is affecting me, but I…
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.
Be Mindful Through Resting
God wants you to take time to rest.
Be Mindful of How You Can Help
Who in your life right now needs you to reach out to them?
Find Mindfulness in Solitude
If you want to practice Christian mindfulness, do what Jesus did and take the time to be alone with God.