In this series kickoff on Psalm 23, we look at the first verse. Satisfaction. Everyone wants it, but all of our best efforts often fall short in discovering it as a reality. So what is the key to satisfaction in life? It's Jesus.
In this Easter message, we celebrate the greatest Win of all time! We look at the Easter story and discover the shock and astonishment of Jesus not being in the tomb. This has implications - really big ones! - for us!
This Good Friday service focuses on the seven last words of Jesus. Pastor Gary Danielsen leads us through the service.
Maundy Thursday looks at the final moments of Jesus's life before His arrest. We walk through Mark 14 and see so many sins against Christ, and yet His heart is determined to persist in love and forgiveness.
Palm Sunday is Opening Day for Holy Week! The most crucial week in human history opens with optimism, anticipation and perhaps some misguided dreams. But all the same, Jesus went with it. It was a day to celebrate. And for us almost 2,000 years later, it's a day and a week to celebrate like the world depends on it. It does.
In the final message on the Being Challenge series, we look at the keystone habit of Choosing Church. God desires us to be unified and connected to His bride, the church. Oftentimes our priorities and pride keep us from the privilege and joy of being engaged in the local church. Simply put, we're better together!
Some people love to be alone. Other will go to any lengths to avoid it. In this message, we look at the fourth Keystone Habit in the Being Challenge: Seeking Solitude. In order to be in a healthy relationship with Jesus, it's important to spend time in His presence. He recharges us in these periods. Let's consider the purpose and some tips on spending time in solitude with Jesus.
In the message we jump into the second keystone habit of the Being Challenge: Studying Scripture. It is critical in this day and hour to devote ourselves to the Word of God. In this message we'll look at why we study God's Word and what we can expect from doing it.
We are influenced by the people we spend time with. So the question, naturally, is who are we spending time with? As we look at the first focus of the Being Challenge, we see the community that Jesus committed Himself to doing life with. Who is our community?