Jon McIntosh invites us to find healing at the feet of Jesus, and teaches us of the blessings of following Jesus, despite the hardships that we may face along the journey.
A new sermon series focused on discovering the meaning of Jesus' teachings. Learn what it means to follow Jesus.
Guest speaker Paster Dave Edler
Why do bad things happen? Be encouraged from Pastor Glenn Erichsen as he reveals the hope we have in Jesus.
Can people truly change? This week Pastor Jim Romack investigates the true source of change in our lives. Jim also gives a golf lesson that is sure to inspire and give some perspective on how God see's change
Where do you find your purpose? That is the question that Jon McIntosh answers as we dive into a brand new series titled "Big Questions".
Three days after Christ was crucified, we found the tomb empty. Jesus is alive, He has risen! Join us as we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus and water baptism. Lead Pastor Jim Romack shares a powerful illustation on Gods defeat of sin.
Palm Sunday celebrates Jesus arrival into Jerusalem. Jon McIntosh gives us a compelling perspective on why things do go the way we anticipate. Together we look into the story of Jesus riding a donkey down into the city, as well as learn about the meaning of Hosanna.
As we continue our series studying Jesus' path to the resurrection, Pastor Jim Romack takes time this week to define the timeline of the events that lead up to the cross and examines an old tradition held at passover, pouring out wine into 5 cups which each celebrated God's work in Israel, but one was not to be consumed, by no one but Jesus.
The Garden of Gethsemane was a place for olives to be pressed in to oil. This oil was used for countless things in the culture of Jesus' time. This week, Pastor Jim teaches us what we can learn from the biblical accounts of Jesus in the Garden of Gethsemane as well as the metaphorical implications of the process of pressing olives and how it relates to our pain, purpose and passion in our walk in faith.
This week Pastor Jim begins our new series Between a Rock and a Hard Place. Today we learn how sacrifice for Jesus can leave us between a rock and a hard place, but when we trust Him, we can learn how to live an eternal kind of life.
You can blame your spouse for what you see, or you can name your spouse for what God sees. This Sunday Pastor Jim Romack teaches us how to communicate to our loved ones through the story of Abraham and Sarah.
Every relationship has pain involved because people are involved. But through Jesus we can learn how to have grace in our relationships. This week Pastor Jon McIntosh continues our Train Wreck Series by studying the story of Samson and Delilah and helps us learn where grace is present, healing is possible. But where Grace is absent pain is inevitable.
Do you have G.O.D. first in your relationships? This week we kick off a new series about relationships, and lets face it we all have either seen or experienced a relationship that ended in a "train wreck". Pastor Jim Romack teaches on the story of Ananias and Sapphira and how putting G.O.D. first will help us avoid ending in train wreck relationship.
Are you looking for a meal or are you looking for a Master? Jesus came and spoke of a better bread that we could partake in, but it wasn't what we thought we would be given. This week Pastor Brice Herrick teaches us how Jesus is the better bread offered to us and how having faith isn't blind optimism rather banking on the character of Christ.
Most often our generosity is circumstantial, whether it's girl scout cookies, buying bricks, or simply giving to Jesus through the offering at a church, we all give. This week pastor Jim Romack walks us through 6 levels of generosity and how they reveal the center of the reasoning behind our generosity.
How long do we go without checking in with the One who knows us best? This week Pastor Jim Romack teaches on the importance of a life of prayer and equips us with a practice to engage in meaningful prayer times with Jesus.
Its not about giving what you get, its about giving what you have. This week Pastor Jon McIntosh teaches us how through baptism we are choosing to receive God's love for us and how we can then truly give what we now have in Jesus.
A city in Turkey called Laodicea was prominent in there education and healthcare; they were cool and rich and the church located their benefited greatly from it. However Jesus called this church wretched, poor and blind. While some may think Jesus was putting them down he was calling them out to spend more time with Him rather than the world. This weeks message, Pastor Jim helps us understand that taking time with Jesus is more than a worship song but a responsibility we have to partake in the relationship He has with us. Jesus is knocking.
On this New Years Day, Guest Speaker Glenn Erichsen gives us some practical ways on how we can hear God. After his message Glenn also leads us through a time of reflection and response.