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.
It’s easy to make assumptions about who Jesus is and what He is like. We assume that because He is merciful, that He is only mercy. We need to discover that Jesus is the fullness of all the things we like to hear about, love, kindness, mercy. He is also righteous, holy, full of zeal and passion. He is not only a Lamb but He is a Lion.
You have to know where you are before you can figure out how to get somewhere else. Pastor Mitch finishes off our family series with this challenging message to be patient wherever we find ourselves.
Not all sons and daughters know how to pursue fathers - but when a father chooses to pursue a son or daughter, then the entire trajectory of that individual can be changed for generations. Mitchell Borrows brings a challenging word, calling out for fathers and mothers.
The early years of parenting can be some of the most exhausting ones, but our children cannot steal from us what we are willing to give away for free. As we look to how God the Father parents US, we can learn some valuable lessons.
You never realize how weird you are until you have a kid who acts just like you…Pastor Mitch talks about the value of children and how parents can be the spiritual “roll bar” to protect and guide those in their care.
Pastor Jim Anderson talks about the need for mothers and fathers in today’s culture, and just how much protection they can offer.
In this 3rd part of our family series, 4 unique and distinct voices share their thoughts on what living in community looks like, and how valuable “pit crews” are to our spiritual growth.
Hope anchored in God brings light and restoration. In Part 2 of this series, Jenny Tarzwell speaks about the necessary “boost” the spirit of mothers and fathers can offer a hurting world.