This Sunday, Pastor Olivia continued our Summer series by breaking down the relationships in the home mentioned in Colossians with “The Family You Long For.” She reminded us that we are called to live like Jesus, who came “not to be served, but to serve,” and by taking this posture into our familial relationships, we can present a redemptive vision of families to the world.
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The Way of Jesus: The Way of Dependance - Ashley Anderson
45:59This past Sunday, Pastor Ashley continued in our The Way of Jesus series by examining "The Way of Dependence." She broke down how we define abiding, how we know if we’re abiding, and why the invitation to abide is good news.
The Way of Jesus: The Way of Remembrance - Jon Tyson
58:54This past Sunday, Pastor Jon continued our The Way of Jesus series with "The Way of Remembrance." He taught that remembering who God is and what He has done is one of the most important parts of our discipleship, while one of the enemy's greatest schemes to destroy our faith is to have us forget. Pastor Jon urged us to remember Jesus, our salvation, and our mission as believers by setting the Lord before us in every moment, always thinking of Him, just as He is always thinking of us.
The Way of Jesus: The Way of Confrontation - Jon Tyson
55:42This past Sunday, Pastor Jon continued our "The Way of Jesus" series with "The Way of Confrontation." The work of God's formation in us unsurprisingly takes place at the points where we are not yet formed in Christ's image. One of the first steps in formation is that of confrontation: a challenge and call to come out of our brokenness and into the fullness of Christ.
The Way of Jesus: The Way of Devotion - Suzy Silk
43:23This Sunday, Pastor Suzy continued "The Way of Jesus" series with "The Way of Devotion." She pointed us to two of Jesus’ parables about the Kingdom of God being a treasure of immeasurable value that is worth sacrificing for. When Jesus calls us to follow Him, He requires us to give our whole selves, just as He joyfully did for us, to live a life devoted to His Kingdom cause.
The Way of Jesus: Self-Denial - Jon Tyson
1:06:49This Sunday, Pastor Jon continued our "The Way of Jesus" series with "The Way of Self-Denial." The greatest challenge to our discipleship is the centrality of our self and our desires. Jesus extends us an invitation for a transformed life by denying ourselves, taking up our cross, and following Him. We must not soften sin to the point of pain management, but rather kill it completely in our pursuit of Jesus. Only His love breaks the spell of our own self.
The Way of Jesus: Introduction - Jon Tyson
42:22This past Sunday, Pastor Jon kicked off a new sermon series called "The Way of Jesus." He warned us against the ways our fallen world can trap and form our hearts through lusts, pride, and toxic religion, and instead spurred us to follow in the way of Jesus so that we can be formed, transformed, and conformed to His likeness. We were created to enjoy God and walk with Him, imaging our Creator, and living in the way of Jesus fulfills our ultimate destiny of experiencing the our fully formed selves living with Christ in us.
Colossians: The Movement You Long For - Suzy Silk
46:12This past Sunday, Pastor Suzy finished out our Summer Colossians series by teaching about the “Movement You Long For.” She reminded us that, as believers, we have all been called into the God’s movement to bring His Kingdom by spreading the good news of the gospel and making disciples.
Colossians: The Mission You Long For - Adam Durso
37:12This Sunday, Pastor Adam Durso continued our series through Colossians by diving into “The Mission You Long For.” He broke down Paul’s exhortation for the church to be devoted to prayer, watchfulness, and thankfulness as the starting point for living on mission in our daily lives. He pointed out that this heart posture brings an awareness of where God wants us to partner with Him, and that often times our mission field is at the intersection of our pain and in the comfort of the Gospel. It is out of the overflow of how God comforts us, that we can begin to comfort others.
Colossians: The Family You Long for - Olivia Munn-Shirsath
49:30This Sunday, Pastor Olivia continued our Summer series by breaking down the relationships in the home mentioned in Colossians with “The Family You Long For.” She reminded us that we are called to live like Jesus, who came “not to be served, but to serve,” and by taking this posture into our familial relationships, we can present a redemptive vision of families to the world.
Colossians: The Peace You Long For - Ralph Castillo
37:16THE PEACE YOU LONG FOR: This Sunday we continued our journey through the book of Colossians with "The Peace You Long For" from guest Pastor Ralph Castillo, who implored us to let Jesus and the peace only He can provide reign supremely in our hearts.