Personal Ministry

Trust Me

October 15, 2017 • Ronnie Rothe

Main Point: “When we do what we can do and trust God to do what only He can do, our faith grows." Key Verse: “'Lord, if it’s you,' Peter replied, 'tell me to come to you on the water.' 'Come,' he said. Then Peter got down out of the boat, walked on the water and came toward Jesus." – Matthew 14:28-29 (NIV) Challenge Question: “Would you be willing to trust God by doing what you can do, so He can do what only He can do?” Series Description: Your trust in God matters to God. In fact, God is most honored through your living, active, death-defying, out-of-the-box trust in Him. That being the case, he's committed to growing it. Big. Imagine how different your outlook on life would be if you had absolute confidence that God was with you? Imagine how differently you would respond to difficulties, temptations, and even good things if you knew with certainty that God was in all of it and was planning to leverage it for good. In other words, imagine what it would be like to have PERFECT trust in God. In this 6-week series, Ronnie Rothe reveals 5 ingredients that will help us develop unwavering trust in God.

Your Mind

Under Attack • July 12, 2020 • Matt Paddack

There is a real enemy who is out to attack everything good that God wants for your life. He will attack your heart, body, soul, community, and targets your mind to gain control of your life. So, how do we protect our minds from Satan’s attacks?

Your Heart

Under Attack • July 5, 2020 • Jimmy George

Do you ever feel like something is fighting against you? No matter what you do or how you do it, you just can’t win. Maybe you feel constant worry, fear, or anxiety. Right now we live in a world full of lies, distractions, and divisions. It seems as if everything and everyone is under attack including our hearts. So how do we protect our hearts from the attacks of the enemy?

006: Tobi Moore

July 2, 2020

In Episode 006 of our “Your Story” video series, we have a conversation with Tobi Moore. We talk about how he put his faith in Jesus through a unique mission trip, what he learned through his service in the military, and his experiences with racism and discrimination.