Living In The Kingdom Now
Jesus Saves Your Soul... Just Not Like You Think
Pastor Dave Romoser • June 16, 2019
When asked, Jesus says that the most important command is that we love God with all of our heart, soul, mind and strength - and that we love our neighbor as ourself... which raises the question, "What is a soul and what does that mean when it comes to living in the Kingdom now?"
The Thing Paul Said That We Missed
Pastor Dave Romoser • June 2, 2019
The gospel of the early followers of Jesus revolutionized and changed the world in the centuries following the birth of the church. 2000 years later, the church struggles to have any traction at all in the world around it. Is there something that we've missed along the way?
Any Given Tuesday
Pastor Dave Romoser • May 26, 2019
As we work through understanding what Jesus means when he talks about the kingdom of God, seeking it first, and wanting that life more than we want anything else... what does that look like in ordinary life? How do you begin? Jesus' own life and ministry offer some much needed insight...
Seeking Is How We Live
Pastor Dave Romoser • May 12, 2019
One of Jesus' primary commands is that we "seek first the kingdom of God and his righteousness"... but what does he mean by that? Mothers Day: A special reading from a blog posted by the late author, blogger, wife and mother, Rachel Held Evans, is included at the end of the podcast as an encouragement to and in honor of all women who are mothers, long to be mothers, those who are grandmothers, aunts, sisters, and all those who nurture and mentor others in some way.
The Most Important Thing About You
Pastor Dave Romoser • May 5, 2019
So many people spend much of their life wondering if there's more to life than what they're experiencing. Jesus keeps insisting that the fullest life is found in the kingdom of God. What does he actually mean and how does one experience it?
Once Upon A Time...
Pastor Dave Romoser • April 28, 2019
The reality of the Kingdom of God, as Jesus described and displayed it, was the spark that lit the fire that caused the early church to explode across the Roman empire. The question is, do we really understand the real meaning and the full scope of it's implication 2000 years later? (Due to technical issues, the audio begins a few minutes into the talk)