Bible In A Year
October 10, 2021 • Jeremiah 1
Have you ever felt intimidated by something God has called you to do? Or perhaps you're often fearful that you're going to mess things up. In I Can't, as Pastor Todd Doxzon teaches from Jeremiah 1, he reminds us that we are going to have to step out of our comfort zones to answer God's call on our lives. We were created by a loving, sovereign God who pre-programmed each of us with a unique and specific purpose. Though we may feel fearful at times, we can't allow our fears to hinder us from moving forward because fear is a liar. We pray you are encouraged by this message!
October 3, 2021 • Todd Doxzon • Luke 10
In Distracted, Pastor Todd shares a principle from Luke 10 that changed everything in his own life and could do the same in yours. He gave us the key to remaining focused in a world full of distractions - dining with your Heavenly Dad daily in the scriptures. This is the one thing that is needed - one scripture at a time, one day at a time and everything begins changing. We hope you take this challenge to sit with Jesus before you serve Jesus. We pray you are encouraged by this message.
September 26, 2021 • Hosea 3
In Scandalous Love Pastor Mike O'Connell teaches from Hosea 3. As we read about Hosea's life, we get a picture of God's unconditional love for us, in the way that he instructs Hosea to love Gomer unconditionally despite the many times she turned her back on Hosea. Similarly so, we oftentimes run to other things instead of turning to Jesus to fulfill us. But God desires to have a relationship with us despite our brokenness, and the beautiful part about it is the fact that we don't have to earn his love, we just need to receive it. We pray you are encouraged by this message!
Like A Bird In A Cage
September 19, 2021 • Ben Norvig • 2 Kings 18—19
In Like A Bird In A Cage Pastor Ben Norvig teaches from 2 Kings 18-19. As we read the story of Hezekiah, we can see that he was trapped and had no way to fix his circumstances. Yet despite how hopeless things seemed, Hezekiah had faith that God would help them, so he cried out to the Lord, asking for his help. Once he invited God into the situation, everything changed and God rescued the Israelites. What we learn from Hezekiah's example, is that the most important thing that we have is our faith: in what God has done; what God is doing; and what God will do. We pray you are encouraged by this message.
In Our Shoes
September 12, 2021 • Todd Doxzon • Hebrews 2:14–18
Have you ever had a tough time relating to someone? Or perhaps you have been really annoyed with someone and have been judging them. In In Our Shoes Pastor Todd Doxzon reminds us that we don't have the proper perspective to judge anyone. As he teaches from Hebrews 2:14-18, we learn that Jesus got in our shoes by taking on human flesh so that we could be free. As we put our trust in Jesus, he can free us from our fears, help us to build a bridge when needed, and help us when we're hurting. We pray you are encouraged by this message!
It's Not Over!
Todd Doxzon • Mark 14, John 21
Have you ever been abandoned? Or perhaps you were the one who left someone when they needed you. Sometimes when we depart from Jesus, we feel guilty and shame-filled, and our thought is that Jesus will never forgive us. In It's Not Over Pastor Todd Doxzon teaches from Mark 14 and John 21, and reminds us that even when we Desert and Deny Jesus, his love is unwavering and he will Dine with us when we return to him, because he wants to restore us. We pray you are encouraged by this message!
Todd Doxzon • Psalm 55
Have you been a little stressed out lately? In Overwhelmed, Pastor Todd Doxzon teaches from Psalm 55 and gives us the tools to help us go from Fear to Fury to Faith when processing our pain. When we are feeling overwhelmed, it is important for us to "go vertical" and take our genuine emotions to God. He can handle our feelings of anger and frustration, and desires that we give our burdens to him so that we can experience the freedom that only he can give us. We pray you are encouraged by this message!
Surrounded By Faith
August 22, 2021 • Mike O'Connell • Mark 2:1–12
Who have you been surrounding yourself with in this season? We oftentimes become a product of the atmosphere that we permit. In Surrounded By Faith, Pastor Mike O'Connell teaches from Mark 2 and shares the three types of friends we need to be surrounded by. It's important that we are surrounded by: friends who will carry us to Jesus; friends that help us to break through barriers; and friends who are faith-filled. We pray you are encouraged by this message!
Are You Content?
August 15, 2021 • Todd Doxzon • 1 Timothy 6
When was the last time you were truly happy or genuinely content? When our contentment is connected to material things or relationships with people, things change and we often find ourselves frustrated. In Are You Content? Pastor Todd Doxzon teaches from 1 Timothy 6, and through Paul's letter to Timothy, we learn that there is no contentment under the sun because true contentment is only found in the Son. We pray you are encouraged by this message!
Post Pandemic Poll
August 8, 2021 • Todd Doxzon • 1 Thessalonians 3
How is your emotional and spiritual health due to the last 18 months? There have been many responses to the way things have changed, and perhaps you have found yourself asking "Who Am I?", "Why Am I Here?", or "Where Am I Going?" In "Post Pandemic Poll" Pastor Todd Doxzon teaches from 1 Thessalonians 3 and reminds us that our identity and security should come from Jesus Christ; we were uniquely created for a specific reason and purpose, and it's important for us to take inventory of our eternal destiny. We pray you are encouraged by this message!
The Warrior With A Weakness
August 1, 2021 • Pastor Todd Doxzon • 2 Kings 5
In "The Warrior With A Weakness", Pastor Todd Doxzon reminds us that some of our greatest strengths can come with a weakness. As he teaches from 2 Kings 5, we learn about Naman, a great warrior who had two weaknesses: leprosy and his pride. However, the keys to his healing were his Homegirl praying for him, his Homies encouraging him to follow the prophet's direction, and his Humility to be obedient. We pray you are encouraged by this message!
Who Is The Greatest
July 25, 2021 • Ben Norvig
Have you ever found yourself asking, "Who Is The Greatest?" As Pastor Ben Norvig teaches from Matthew 18:1-6, we see the disciples asking the same question, "who is the greatest?" Jesus redefined greatness in John 15:13 by by saying that "there is no greater love than to lay down one's life for one's friends." In this message we are reminded that we have to humble ourselves like a child and trust in our Father so that we can love others as he loves us. We pray you are encouraged by this message.
Creating A New Kingdom
July 18, 2021 • Kappes Chatfield
We all were created in the image of a Creator! In "Creating a New Kingdom", Pastor Kap Chatfield gives us three principles from 2 Chronicles 9, to help us use our gifts and talents to bring God glory. We must be filled with the Spirit of Wisdom so that we can respond to the world's questions with confidence. We also must be intentional about building a masterpiece, being faithful even in the most mundane tasks. We pray you are encouraged by this message!
July 11, 2021 • Mike O'Connell
In “Overcoming Worry” Pastor Mike O’Connell gives practical wisdom that will help you break through the boundary that worry is creating in your life. He said that if we want to live in God’s peace, we need to get back to living in God’s priorities. We hope you are encouraged by this message.
Kill The Noise
July 4, 2021 • Mike O'Connell
In "Kill The Noise", Pastor Mike O'Connell teaches from Colossians 2:4-7. As Believers, we cannot conform to the patterns of this world because distraction will always lead to destruction. In this message, we are reminded that we are called to remain Grounded in Christ so that we can continue Growing in our relationship with him. We also are reminded that it is important to remain Grateful for the many things that God has blessed us with. We pray you are encouraged by this message