At the end of our week or at the end of our lives, we want to say we ran our race well. Pastor Chad looks at a passage in Hebrews with 3 keys to following Jesus freely.
Pastor Wayne talks about the importance the role of good friends. Keeping us from the dangers of isolation are among some of the greatest roles of a true friend.
Pastor Drost talks about the healing power of forgiveness.
What if God’s justice is not just economic and material but also relational? Pastor Chad looks at specific ways that we as a church can help address homelessness, and those who are vulnerable in our city, and how they connect to God’s desire for relationship.
Pastor Drost tells us what it means to consider the poor. ** Please note that due to technical difficulties, there is no podcast available for this sermon.
Description: “Pastor Drost explains the connection between poverty and injustice” (September 30, 2018 – Morning)
Description: Pastor Wayne Flowers states that the heart of God is to defend the weak and the vulnerable. Why is there a call on our church to do works of justice and compassion in our city? He also addresses the question, “What is the Biblical basis for this kind of ministry?” (September 23, 2018 –…
Description: Guest Speaker, Rev. Kenn Parker walks us through the words of Jesus in Matthew 16:13-18, revealing God’s plan for his people, his church. (September 16, 2018 – Morning)
Pastor Chad looks at how a difficult incident from the life of David gave him perspective on a difficult question he was facing.
If faith comes by hearing, then how do we slow down and hear? Pastor Drost tells us the importance of waiting to hear His voice.