Let's face it: life is hard. There are going to be times that are painful, and other times where we bear scars from all we have to face. Pastor Stephen shares a deeply personal message about the Hope & Strength we have in Jesus.
Our own Paul Koenderman shares some of his story and how we need to live in a way that seeks the kingdom of God, rather than building our own kingdom. When we ask for God's guidance, it may not always be what we expect but he does give it.
When you truly decide to follow Jesus, your life will change. Or rather: the way you live will change. If what you do is the same today as it was six months ago; if your life isn't all that different from before you followed Jesus: this message is one you need to hear.
Following Jesus isn't about adding him into your life; it's about entering into his life! This means that we must not continue to be the same as we were yesterday. There is a necessary change that we must push towards. In this first part of three, Pastor Stephen looks at James chapter 2 and discusses how a Christian must change the way they think.
While the human tendency is to pre-judge others and assign value based on arbitrary criteria, Jesus calls us to something greater. Pastor Stephen shares with us in this weekend's message.
For many people, the topic of healing is a controversial, or even painful one. Why does God heal some people, but not others? Why aren't more people healed? As we continue our series of messages in the book of Acts, Pastor Stephen guides us through what it entails to seek healing from God.
This Father's Day, we recognize that living a vibrant life requires us to have others speak into our lives. A good father does that, and a good mentor will do that for your relationship with Jesus. This week, Pastor Stephen shares about the importance of tending the garden of your soul.