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.
Celebrate Christmas at New Life with us as we finish the advent season lighting the Christ candle and hearing the Word from Pastor Jim Romack.
As we celebrate the lighting of the candle of peace, we prepare ourselves in anticipation for the coming of the prince of peace itself. But what exactly is peace as reflected in the Word of God? On this special Sunday, Pastor Jon McIntosh teaches us how the peace of God helps us become spiritually, emotionally, and relationally whole.
The Bible has a word for reconnecting to Joy... It's called rejoicing. This week we light the candle of Joy as Pastor Jim gives us practical steps in how to connect and reconnect to Joy this season.
This week we light the candle of love in anticipation for the coming of Christ in our celebration of Advent. Pastor Jim reveals stories of how the giving we've received have not been simply reeived here but near and far as well. From local to global outreaches Love has arrived.
This week we review five of our discipleship traits and get to practice one in lieu of the season: I Am Grateful.
From anger and violence to praise and exhortation; the Psalms can seem pretty contradicting. This week Pastor Jim Romack shows us how the Book of Psalms allows the whole human experience to come into view when living in relationship with God. From dis-orientation to orientation this is an altar to alter us.
Do you "speak psalm"? This week pastor Jim teaches us how speaking the Psalms over each other is not only an empowering practice relationally but practiced biblically amongst the early church.
The lies the devil tells us often sound a lot like our own voice. This week Pastor Jim shows us how the temptations Jesus went through apply to us in our daily walk, and how the Word of God empowered Jesus to overcome his human temptations.
This Week Pastor Jon McIntosh Continues digging deeper into the Psalms as we continue to study the Book that continues to inspire us.
Waking up in an unjust world, but believing in a God of Justice, is one of the hardest tensions believers live with every day. This week Pastor Jim Romack teaches us how to live in this tension and how the Psalms provoke a mode of worship trusting that God brings justice to those who come to the altar.
The Psalms aren't lectures, they’re lyrics. Books have texts and songs have lyrics. This week Pastor Jim Romack teaches how the Book of Psalms is a book of songs; when we read them this way, it changes everything about how we worship.
The Book of Psalms isn't just a Spotify playlist of popular songs and hymns. It’s an album of songs that we can apply in any and all situations life offers. This week, Pastor Jim Romack begins a new series of sermons focusing on soaking in the Psalms, just as Jesus did.
In the final chapter of our 10 part series, Jon McIntosh unpacks the story of Mary Magdalene. Jon guides us through her the details of her struggle and highlights the transformative powers of God.
Nobody likes getting stopped at red lights, but this week Pastor Jim Romack teaches us how we can use time to stop to recognize the fathers love for us. How yellow lights teach us to be apprentices of Jesus, and how green lights give us the assistance of the Holy Spirit.
While the storm rages the disciples crossing the sea confront Jesus for being asleep. Little do they recognize that Jesus was still in the boat with them through it all. This week guest speaker from Beaverton Foursquare, Keith Jenkins, teaches us how we so often forget who is in the boat with us amongst the storms that blindside in life and how we can sustain from the words he's already spoken to us, through that alone His Word.
The struggle was real for The Apostle Paul as he went from a man following the law to following the Lord. This week Pastor Jim Teaches how Paul's salvation on the road to Damascus illustrates what it means to truly follow Jesus and how to not just follow rules but follow The Ruler.