Summer at Potential

In Times of Uncertainty

August 2, 2020 • Pastor Troy Gramling

In life, there can be good time, great times, and then there are those not so great times. What about times of uncertainty? Plagued by a knot and feeling of uneasiness in the pit of your stomach. You don’t know what’s going to come tomorrow, and you feel uncertain about if things will turn out okay or not. How can we still experience God’s blessings in the midst of uncertainty? Don’t let the fear overtake you, you can walk through uncertain times boldly with God by your side!

Youth Takeover Weekend

July 26, 2020 • Pastor Carson Gramling

A Servant Heart

July 19, 2020 • Pastor Tyler Gramling

Doing things for others out of the goodness of our hearts is truly the greatest feeling. Serving one another out of love, not obligation. God created us to serve one another! Pastor Tyler Gramling shares a special teaching on having a servant’s heart—and in doing so, we mirror the qualities of God in the process!

Doing Life Together

July 12, 2020 • Pastor Troy Gramling

We all have our beliefs, opinions, unique personalities—which makes for a very diverse world, but in that diversity, if we aren’t careful, it can cause division. What causes disunity? The great news is that God made us in His image, with the unique qualities to be able to have unity with one another, all while embracing our differences. So what are these qualities? And how can we overcome division, to make the world a better, more unified place?

Staycation Poisoned by Anger

July 5, 2020 • Pastor Troy Gramling

It’s summer, time for a staycation—the living is easy! But wait—there are really some things that can put a damper on a good time. Like anger, for one. Every person has to come to terms with their feelings of anger sometimes, if not often for some. It can be an all-consuming emotion, affecting every area of our lives, and even the lives of the people we come into contact with. But anger doesn’t have to drive our lives! What are the common symptoms of anger? And what does God have to say about finding the true antidote to conquer our anger?