Pastor Jonathan Eckberg preaches the final message in our series, “The Gospel,” by discussing the rewards of faith in the person and work of Jesus Christ. Such faith benefits the believer in earthly and eternal ways. We see how, by faith, we can know a greater fulfillment and joy in every aspect of our lives.
Last week Pastor Jonathan Eckberg helped established our great need. If the story ended there then Christianity would be the most depressing of all world religions. Fortunately, we know the One who can meet our great need by providing an even greater deliverance. We see this deliverance clearly foreshadowed and highlighted through the events of Exodus 12.
Pastor Jonathan Eckberg walks us through the beginning of our new series, “The Gospel.” This week we discuss Romans 1:18-32. We see that while we come from different backgrounds and endure different struggles in our lives, we all have one singular great need. This is because, at our core, we are all broken in exactly the same way. In order …
Pastor Jonathan Eckberg presents a special Easter message from 1 Corinthians 15:12-20. The resurrection of Jesus Christ is the lynchpin to our Christian faith. By the resurrection we are assured of the nature of Jesus as our great savior and therefore have a unique hope. We have hope through in our lives, hope in our death, and the hope of …
Pastor Ron Eckberg teaches from Mark 10:32-45. Servanthood is an easy thing—even a popular thing—to talk about in the church. Actually being a servant is a different story. As we conclude our series, Puzzle Pieces, we will watch as Jesus emphasizes the place of serving in the discipleship experience.
Pastor Ron Eckberg teaches the parable of the Rich Young Ruler from Mark 10:17-31. In this passage we hear Jesus teach the reality that there can be only one ruler on the throne of our hearts and the call to fully engage in God’s calling in our lives.
Pastor Jonathan Eckberg walks us through Mark 10:13-16 in which we see three distinct characteristics that define the life of a faithful walk with Jesus.
Pastor Jonathan Eckberg teaches through Mark 10:1-12, in which Jesus uses a seemingly simple question to show us the bigger picture of the struggle that engages our hearts. In doing so we see how the Holy Spirit can work within us to soften our hearts toward and focus our affections on Christ’s grace, love, and mercy.
Pastor Jonathan Eckberg teaches from Mark 9:42-50. This week we hear Jesus follow up his teaching on true greatness by addressing the stumbling blocks before his disciples. These are the same issues that keep us from engaging in the powerful kingdom lives He intends for us to live. Fortunately, Jesus also gives us the cure for that which plagues us.
Pastor Jonathan Eckberg leads us through a study of Mark 9:30-41. This week we see that there is, in our humanity, a desire to be great and to be significant. Jesus shows us that this is not necessarily a bad thing. However, if our definition and pursuit of greatness comes in anything other than Him then we are seeking a …