The Holy Spirit gives us the power to change, and we help each other in the process.
The Lord is more interested in creating us than finishing us.
Learning to change as God intends, not as we intend.
Understanding change takes a paradigm shift.
Can we really be different?
The resurrection of Jesus changed everything.
God will do what needs to be done to protect the oppressed.
Love God. Love people. What barriers do we make for people to enter the church?
We've been given a world changing mission.
The disciples witness miracle after miracle, and grasp the true identity of Jesus.
After Jesus calmed the wind and the waves, the disciples recognized His exceptional authority.
Jesus has authority over all, and he spreads His love lavishly.
How do we function in the authority of Jesus as we represent Him?
We begin our Spring series in the Gospel of Mark.
Our annual address discussing where we have been and where we are going.
A blessing for the new year.
How to welcome your enemy.
Joy comes when we intentionally engage with our church community, our common bond being loved by God.
How does Jesus welcome us?
Welcoming Christ to dwell in the midst of us.
The final sermon in our series on the 23rd Psalm.
The Shepherd goes before us; goodness and mercy follow us.
Painful joy can be an accurate description of a life lived with Jesus.
The rod and staff are the shepherd's tools for protection, correction and direction.
I will not fear, because You are with me.
God helps us understand the righteous path, even though our tendency is to choose our own path.
He restores my soul; He gives back my life.
Brent unpacks a line of the 23rd Psalm that proclaims healing, unity and relationship.
Sheep will not lie down if they are afraid, in tension, feeling aggravated or hungry. God is our answer to rest.