Pastor Mitch Borrows continues our series by pulling back the veil on true worship and what it can really look like to be in love with the Lord. He tells us about the significance of the love letter that God has written for us, His bride.
We believe that you were intentionally built by God with the need to answer the question: "WHY AM I HERE?" Pastor Mitch kicks off our Fall series talking all about “The Relationship.” There is a miraculous change that happens when we go from foreigner to friend.
When Jesus shows up in town, a very interesting person wants to have lunch with him. Mitchel Borrows tells us the story of Jesus going over to Zacchaeus’ house. Without Jesus having to say anything, Zacchaeus comes to the realization that Jesus is the Son of God. Zacchaeus then starts making the wrongs he has done right. Because, when Jesus walks into the room everything really does change!
Do you walk away sad when you don’t get your way? Pastor Mitch talks about Jesus’ interactions with a rich politician who needed more faith instead of more possessions.
Jesus wasn’t just another teacher among many teachers or just a god among many gods. His words carried authority; they carried power. God desires to express that authority and power in our lives. Pastor Bryan talks about the access point of faith - when we become a people who believe He is able to do what He says He will do, nothing is impossible.
Jesus sure raised some eyebrows with his non-traditional, unconventional and non-conforming approach to both life and death. A couple thousand years later, how does He fill your hunger for real spirituality instead of the pseudo-religious trappings that are void of true life? Pastor Mitch explores the story in Luke 7, telling a whole new version of “the walking dead” as Jesus upsets the casket at a funeral procession.
Who is Jesus? What does He exist for? Is it all about our temporary satisfaction or does something much greater hang in the balance? How do we take something vague like ‘faith’ and put it into practice in our lives? Pastor Joel tackles one of his favourite stories about Jesus, challenging us to look further than just the temporary.
Jesus said a lot of crazy things. But nothing was more crazy then when he looked at the religious leaders and told them He was the great I AM. Mitchell Borrows breaks down the story in Luke where Jesus proved to His disciples that He really was who He said He was - the King of Kings and the Great I AM.
It’s never too late to visit priorities and lay a good strong foundation. In this message, Pastor Vivek Shenoy talks about how Jesus challenges us to place value on setting priorities and making sure our foundation is strong.