Lead Pastor, Josh Binstead leads us through our next passage from our Gospel of Mark series. For each and every one of us, we have the joy and privilege to search for crumbs under the table and share them with others. This is Jesus.
From Lead Pastor, Josh Binstead. Take Courage is used 8 time in the New Testament. Jesus is the source of our bravery. He is there in the middle of the storm. We are called to have faith and be obedient!
As we enter into this next season as a church we all need to consider whether or not we are 'ALL IN' to following Jesus as his disciples, his students, apprentices, and practitioners. Do our finances and decisions relating to money reflect that same heart?
5 loaves and 2 fishes were all it took to feed thousands of people. This past Sunday we looked at how behind this miraculous story was an obedient child who gave away the little that he had. He didn’t have any idea the potential that was within that packed lunch and yet he willingly gave it away. We all have the means to be part of a miracle. The question to ponder is what holds us back from being generous and faith filled in the little or the much that we have? With Lead Pastor, Josh...
We all have within us the potential to change a room, to build someone up or drag them down; to point someone to Jesus or push them away for Him. In the story of John’s death we see how he was a righteous man who stayed firm in his faith and commitment to point people to Jesus to the very end. The challenge therefore is to be more like John in how we live our lives. This week, BE MORE JOHN! From Lead Pastor, Josh Binstead.
We're joined by Weston Brock from Westside AJC. Jesus told a lot of stories. These parables help us to go deeper and gain a fuller understanding of Jesus' teachings. This particular story, the story of the Great Banquet can be found in Luke 14.
Who are you when things get tough? We're joined by Ken Long, Senior Pastor of Northshore Christian Church in Everett, Washington in the US. Pastor Ken brings an amazing message on carrying out Jesus' purpose in our lives.
Lead Pastor, Josh Binstead continues our Gospel of Mark series. Sharing from Mark 4:1-20 on the Parable of the Sower with the challenge for all of us to have a serious, persistent, and perceptive faith in Jesus.
Beth Tays from 24-7 Prayer Ireland speaks from Matthew 3:20-35 when Jesus is accused by His family and by teachers of the law. Living life with Jesus and walking in the way of Jesus means: Ridiculous Obedience, Commitment to Truth, and Indiscriminate Invitation.