This Sunday morning was filled with the joy of the Lord as Pivot Ministries shared the life-change and redemption that these students have experienced in Jesus. Pivot joined us and brought songs by the choir, testimonies, and heartfelt love for Jesus. When someone has lost everything, he still hasn't lost Jesus. And Jesus is more than enough.
Easter is the GREATEST DAY of the year! We celebrate the victory of Jesus over sin, death, and the devil. In this message, we see how our sentence has been OVERTURNED by the death and resurrection of Jesus.
In this Palm Sunday message we study Mark's account of the story of Jesus entering Jerusalem, observing the religious culture, and taking action against it. One thing that is constant is that Jesus acts, speaks, and thinks like a King.
One significant role that Jesus serves is the role of High Priest. In this message, we look at multiple passages in the book of Hebrews and see that Jesus did what no one else could. He made a one-time sacrifice that would set us free forever and stamp us with a new identity.
Guest preacher Adam Woldt continues our series on Jesus by looking at Him in His role of Prophet. The Word of God became flesh and made its dwelling among us.
In this message, we look at the reality of Jesus as a Judge. He might be biased in our favor, but His ruling is one of unwavering justice, love, and wisdom. It's important we understand this aspect of His identity and see it as good news for believers everywhere.
Life on earth is a collision between two kingdoms: one of earth and one of Heaven. Jesus reigns as King of Heaven, and He's given to us everything we need to experience Heaven on earth. In this message, we look at the role of Jesus as eternal King.
This is part 1 of a series all about Jesus. We often limit our thinking of Jesus to His first coming, but in this series we look as His identity at the second coming. In the first of the series, we see Jesus in His role as the Bridegroom God.
Family life is hard. How many times are we hit with an option to choose promoting oneself or promoting the family? We look at praying Psalm 127 over our families and determining how to be both successful in the professional world AND still put family over work and reputation.
In our earnest pursuit of Jesus, we should make sure we don't pull away from others. In this message, Pastor Brad takes us through what it looks like for us to be the most hospitable church we can be. Loving others is a choice, and it certainly requires effort. But it's all so worth it to bring others into an encounter with God.