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.
Use Mindfulness to Handle Criticism
Instead of internalizing criticism, do what Jesus did and practice a form of mindfulness.
Mindfulness in the Present
Mindfulness is a trendy concept right now. But what does it mean? How can you apply it to your life of faith today?
If we can’t change the past, can we move forward?
My favorite movie of all time is Back to the Future. It tells the story of Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox), who’s a senior…
Is following God like eating boiled brussels sprouts?
My mother is a good cook, so I enjoyed almost everything she made when I was a kid. But every once in a while…
What it feels like to wrestle with God
“What do you want, Lord?” I whisper this prayer first thing in the morning. Then before the sun rises, I go to church. I…
Make Wise Decisions
Watch the entire devotional series from this past week, as Pastor Ben helps us see how we can make wise decisions by first seeking God.
Being Wise With My Words
The tongue has the power to build people up or tear people down. So how can we be wise with how we use our words?
Being Wise With Difficult People
When dealing with people, be as wise as snakes but innocent as doves. Pastor Ben explains what this means.
Being Wise With Sex
God designed sex to be a good thing inside of marriage. So how do we make wise decisions in our sexual lives?
The best way to begin your day
Each morning our bodies instinctively strive for harmony. Psychologists call this homeostasis, or equilibrium. For example, if we wake up tired, we reach for…
Being Wise In My Life’s Walk
We know what we’re supposed to do. But how can we actually put wisdom into practice?
Wisdom Isn’t Found From Google
Seeking wisdom? Don’t Google how. Don’t rely on your gut. Start with God.