Moments of Hope

Moments of Hope: Empathy

January 20, 2022 • Pastor Andy Searles

In this week's Moments of Hope, Pastor Andy speaks about the power of Empathy. A strength that Jesus had in abundance and is necessary for us today if we want to love this world. Empathy creates connection; connections transact love.

Moments of Hope: Blend In

January 13, 2022 • Pastor Andy Searles

Join Pastor Andy as he shares a story he recently heard through the police department about what NOT to do in difficult times! We're not called to blend in but to stand out!

Moments of Hope: Too Much Sugar!

January 6, 2022 • Pastor Andy Searles

Integrity Matters. It really does. 2022 provides another opportunity to walk what we talk about and to live with integrity. Listen to this story and scripture from Pastor Andy as he encourages you towards living with integrity this year.

Moments of Hope: New, NEW Year!

December 30, 2021 • Pastor Andy Searles

We don't just wish you a Happy NEW Year, but a Happy NEW, NEW year! Find out why both New's matter in this week's last moment of hope for 2021

Moments of Hope: The Wrapping

Pastor Andy Searles

It's a LONG way to go just for the wrapping, I exclaimed as I realized that my gift was going to be traveling over 9,000 miles just go I could wrap it! This Christmas don't focus on the wrapping... focus on the gift - JESUS!

Moments of Hope: "And"

December 16, 2021 • Pastor Andy Searles

In this week's episode of Moments of Hope, Pastor Andy recalls to our minds a familiar question we ask, in the form of song, at this Christmas time. It's a difficult question to answer because we want to find an "either/or answer" while Mary lives in the "And." ...as so often we do.

Moments of Hope: Unstable

December 9, 2021 • Pastor Andy • Luke 1

Following on from Sunday's message, Pastor Andy encourages us to find stability in an unstable world by looking into Bethlehem's Stable.

Moments of Hope: Priceless People

December 2, 2021 • Pastor Andy

In this week's Moment's of Hope, Pastor Andy shares with us an anxious few moments in the midst of a recent Amazon purchase that reminded him of the priceless value that God places on people.

Moments of Hope: The Phone

November 18, 2021 • Pastor Andy Searles

In this week's episode of Moments of Hope, Pastor Andy shares with us the importance of having a special phone - one through which you can receive honest, unfiltered truth. We all need people in our lives who can be on the other end of these calls.

Moments of Hope: The Adventure

Pastor Andy Searles • Joshua 1:9

Pastor Andy shares a story that offers a challenge. Are you going to stay in the safety and comfort of the Visitor Center, or are you going to go on the adventure and see the beautiful vistas before you?

Moments of Hope: Spiritual Gas Tanks

November 4, 2021 • Pastor Andy Searles • Philippians 4:8–9

In this week's Moments of Hope, Pastor Andy shares the story of an unfortunate incident that he created and the lessons it taught him about some of the things that we let into our souls.

Moments of Hope: Resting to Rise

October 28, 2021 • Pastor Andy Searles

Have you ever baked any bread? It's in the resting that a little piece of dough rises to become a big loaf of bread. We don't live in a culture where we rest well, but we need to get better at it. It is when we do that we too are able to rise to new limits.

Moments of Hope: Opportunities

October 21, 2021 • Genesis 50:20

Join Pastor Andy this week as he talks about how our frustration can often be the fuel for opportunity

Moments of Hope: The Obvious

October 14, 2021 • Pastor Andy Searles • Luke 10:38–42

Join us for Moments of Hope this week as Pastor Andy tells a story from the life of Sherlock Holmes and his trusty accomplice, Dr. Watson. Their experience camping reminds us to not neglect the obvious that is right before us. Tune in and enjoy!

Moments of Hope: The Ring

October 7, 2021 • Pastor Andy Searles • Psalm 139:13–16

In this weeks episode of Moments of Hope, Pastor Andy shares a story about how he was taken advantage of in a kind gesture... and the reminder that it gave him that relationships are not about the "stuff" that defines them, but about the love that is transacted through them.