Mid-Week devotionals from our leadership
July 30, 2020 • Jim Brutocao
This week, Jim Brutocao talks to us about the key to humility: Christ Himself. Consider the sins and trials you've struggled with this week and ask yourself, "Was I really humble? What was the sin that caused me to react in this way?" Listen as Jim preps us for Sunday's sermon from 1 Peter 5:5-7.
Hope from Jeremiah 28
July 23, 2020 • Mark Wilson
In a world that constantly debates fake news, we're all looking for some authentic hope. But this isn't new to 2020-- Jeremiah experienced this also in Jeremiah 28:1-17. Watch the devotional with Dr. Mark Wilson and read the passage to get your heart ready for Sunday's message at 9 a.m.
Health, Wealth, and Happiness
July 16, 2020 • Mark Wilson
The culture tells us to go after the "American dream"-- to pursue health, wealth, and happiness. But what does the Bible say about this? How does God define health, wealth, and happiness? And how do we reconcile that with today's circumstances? Read through Colossians 2:1-5 with Dr. Mark Wilson as we being to prepare for his message on Sunday at 9 a.m.
Christian Living in the End of All Things
June 18, 2020 • Scott Gilmore
How do we live in difficult times? How should we treat one another? What does it mean to serve with a spiritual gift? Scott Gilmore gives us a preview of these questions and their answers in this week's devotion. Join us Sunday at 10:30 on campus or on the live feed to learn more!
Contentment: Week 2
May 28, 2020 • Jim Brutocao
Do you feel like you're in control right now? Do you want to be? Your response to that question is a big indicator of your contentment. Listen to JIm Brutocao check in with us before the completion of his two-part series this Sunday. For further reading, the books below are free through multiple digital formats. The Rare Jewel of Christian Contentment by Jeremiah Burroughs https://bit.ly/2XdxWwS The Art of Divine Contentment by Thomas Watson https://bit.ly/3ge7xb1
Contentment: Week 1
May 21, 2020 • Jim Brutocao
In preparation for our upcoming two-part series, Jim Brutocao gives an introduction to contentment from Philippians 4. Contentment through lifes' many seasons is not easily attained, so listen in to learn how it is possible through Christ alone. For further reading, the books below are free through multiple digital formats. The Rare Jewel of Christian Contentment by Jeremiah Burroughs https://bit.ly/2XdxWwS The Art of Divine Contentment by Thomas Watson https://bit.ly/3ge7xb1
May 14, 2020 • Wiley Kennedy
This week, Pastor Wiley Kennedy gives a preview of Sunday's sermon on Ephesians 2 by Travis Flournoy. What does it mean to be "dead in your transgressions?" What is our heart like before Christ? And what does it mean to be made alive and clean? Watch to get a taste and prepare your heart. Check out the link above to do further your study.