HS WEEK #20: Storms of Life

Executive pastor Dave Williams spoke on Mark 4:35-41. Dave shared on how storms are a part of life and how the Christian faith does not say our life will be storm free, but rather, it will be storm proof. Dave also shared that there is a confidence to be had knowing that God is in […]

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HS WEEK #19: Dependent on God

On Wednesday night Executive Pastor Dave Williams taught on the parables of Jesus in Mark 4. Dave shared on how the gospel transforms people to be Christ-centered people. Dave shared three characteristics of Christ-centered people; they know that God didn’t give you the Gospel just for you, they have learned to wait dependently on God, […]

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MS Week #20: Wants Vs. Needs

Brad Libolt speaking on Mark 6:30-44. He spoke of Jesus providing for the large crowd of five-thousand, and how he provides for our needs as well. He asked us if we tend to ask God for things that we want or things that we need. Are we asking for God’s will to be done, or […]

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HS WEEK #18: Soil and Fruit

High School Director Ian Wheeler spoke on the parable of the sower. He shared on how Jesus gives understanding to those who seek it and also on the qualities of good soil.     Mark 4:1-20 4 Again he began to teach beside the sea. And a very large crowd gathered about him, so that […]

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MS Week #19: What Is Holding You Back?

On Sunday morning Brad spoke on Mark 6:14-29 highlighting how king Herod’s sin held him back from accepting the truth of Jesus christ. 14 King Herod heard of it, for Jesus’ name had become known. Some said, “John the Baptist has been raised from the dead. That is why these miraculous powers are at work in […]

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MS Week #18: Jesus Faces Rejection

Brad Libolt speaking on Mark 6:1-13. He spoke about Jesus being rejected by his own people because of their unbelief, and the danger of unbelief. He spoke of how we too will be rejected like Jesus, but how God is greater than the power of rejection. 1 He went away from there and came to […]

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