In the final installment of our series "3 Questions" we see Satan tempting Jesus in the desert by asking him "who do you think you are?" As we look at this message, we are challenged to trust God rather than test God.
In the second installment of 3 questions, Pastor Jim asks what is the thing you are magnifying most in your life? What we magnify becomes the object of our worship, and so keeping Jesus at the center of our attention is critical and essential.
What is the source of our happiness? The things that make us happy whether our family, friends, career, things, or experiences are all good in the proper context. However, if God is not the source of our happiness, we will ultimately become out of balance.
As we celebrate Pastor Jim's 25 years in ministry, we hear a timely word from the book of Luke. During Jesus' 40 days in the wilderness, he is presented with three temptations that are applicable to our lives today.
Do we care for our church systems more than our Savior? In part 6 of our series through the book of Luke, Pastor Sean Gasperetti teaches how Jesus heals a person when he wasn't supposed to show he cares about all of our hearts being turned to God.
Facing the embrace of God, part 2
As we look at the second part of the message on repentance, we find a picture of God's love and acceptance as well as some very practical tools for creating lasting change.
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Facing the Embrace of God
What if biblical repentance was not what you were expecting? Pastor Jim brings a fresh perspective on how we can turn to God and find peace, joy, and love in the process.
On Easter Sunday, Pastor Jim shares how institutions and others can keep us from seeing God clearly. Through the power of the cross, we can once again see the Savior clearly.
What is the significance of Palm Sunday and how did the people of Israel experience it in their day? Pastor Jim shows us not only the cultural context of the triumphal entry, but also the spiritual experience for us practically today.