We all have a daily rhythm, routine, and rule of life. We get up, we get moving, and we walk through each day with priorities and plans that determine our management of time and where we focus our energy and efforts. A lot of things grab our attention on a daily basis, and it can be challenging to find moments of opportunity to invest in our relationship with Jesus. Yet the value of practicing our faith and developing habits of regular interaction with Him is vitally important. Listen in as we begin a journey together practicing the ways of Jesus and learn how to create spiritual habits that will help you know Jesus more and live out His purposes for your life. Consider reading 2 Peter 1:1-11 to prepare your heart for this sermon.
A Godly Life
May 15, 2022 • Pastor Matt Erdmann • 2 Peter 1:1–11
June 19, 2022 • Pastor Michael DiMarco
What does good leadership look like in the business world and what is its ultimate purpose? And what exactly is spiritual leadership and why do some consider it a spiritual discipline? This Sunday, come hear Pastor Michael DiMarco preach from God’s Word on how we tend to get spiritual leadership backwards and that every one of us, from seasoned believer to new follower of Jesus, needs to embrace how God leads while not giving in to the natural gravitational pull into the world’s systems and motivations of leadership. Since most of us are not always leaders, it's of great importance to learn the discipline of how to choose who to follow, how to follow, and what's in it for us when we follow the right Person.
The Gift of Confession
June 12, 2022 • Pastor Sandy Park
When you think of the word “confession,” what emotions and thoughts stir in your heart and mind? Confession, like other spiritual disciplines can become misunderstood and misconstrued and seen more as a burden than a gift, something to be feared rather than celebrated and embraced. Listen in as we take a deeper look at the spiritual discipline of confession; an invitation to allow it to truly be the gift that it is meant to be.
The Spiritual Discipline of Service
June 5, 2022 • Pastor Matt Erdmann • John 13
Good customer service. Companies thrive when they place a high value on serving their customers. It also requires a heart to be humble, assist, and provide the necessary level of presence to make sure a customer feels valued and known. In John 13, Jesus demonstrates a level of servanthood to his disciples that was unprecedented and then He challenged them to follow His example and do the same. In this sermon, we will examine the spiritual discipline of service and look at why Jesus is calling us to live a life of service. Read John 13:1-17, to be prepared for our time together in the Word.