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The Work Of Ministry

Romans 15:14-21

November 10, 2019 • Daniel Fusco

We are all called and empowered by Jesus to be a part of His transformational work in this world. As we always say, “Transformed people transform people.” As Jesus is transforming us, He invites us to partner with Him to help others know Him and be transformed. This process is called the “work of ministry” and we will be exploring that together today.

Homeward Bound

Philippians 3:12-21 • December 27, 2020 • Pastor Gabe Moreno

In every great story of fiction, we find a few key characters: there’s always a hero trying to head home, and there are always characters trying to help or hinder the hero. In the same way, our own choices can either help or hinder our journeys forward. Reliving the past makes us our own worst enemies––it keeps us stuck, often in shame or regret, and unable to progress! As 2020 winds down, if we look ahead and keep our eyes fixed on the one who holds our futures, we can move forward without anxiety. And that’s the journey we want to get going on, together as a family of faith!

After Thanksgiving

2 Corinthians 9:6-15 • November 29, 2020 • Pastor Gabe Moreno

It’s a funny law of the universe––as we thank God for what we have, we naturally start to become less greedy and more generous. Thanksgiving isn’t just a holiday we celebrate in the United States, it’s a way of life and the “antidote” to some of our deepest issues! As we study Paul’s words in 2 Corinthians 9 together, we’ll find the key to our own cheerfulness and our generosity to others lies in the same place: a life of gratitude.

Wind and Water

Psalm 1 • March 8, 2020 • Gabe Moreno

We call them “storms” for a reason –– difficult seasons of life shake us up and rock us to our core. Ultimately, suffering has one of two effects for each of us: to break us down, or to grow us up, and we get to choose which outcome is ours. Join us for a special message about how to weather the storms of life...and come out the other side, not uprooted, but rooted more deeply than ever before in what’s truly good for us.