Pastor Ron Eckberg walks us through Philippians 3:13-14 and encourages us to examine our lives to make sure that it is the Gospel that brings focus and drive to our thoughts and actions in every aspect of our lives.
In this week’s message Pastor Jonathan Eckberg concludes our series, “Hitting the Books” by answer the question of how we should approach our study of the Bible. In doing so we examine three key principles that guide and direct our study to a powerful and productive outcome.
In the second week of our series, “Hitting the Books,” we address the question of why we need to engage in the study of God’s Word. This week we look to Psalm 119 to show us three practical needs in the life of every person that are met by spending time in the Scriptures.
Pastor Jonathan Eckberg teaches the first message of our series, “Back to School: Hitting the Books.” This week’s message looks at the internal, external, and experiential evidence that assures us of the reliability of the Bible as God’s Word.
Pastor Jonathan Eckberg closes out our series, “The Crest.” In this message we examine Mark 4:21-32 as Jesus uses four distinct parables to teach the depth of the Kingdom of God and what it looks like for us to respond faithfully to the Gospel message.
Pastor Ron Eckberg shares the fifth message of our series, “The Crest: Family & Kingdom.” In this week’s passage we dive into the Parable of the Sower and identify the one main truth to which Jesus points the people.
Pastor Jonathan Eckberg preaches week four of “The Crest: Family & Kingdom.” In this weeks passage we see Jesus’ explanation for why He teaches the people in parables and what this practice tells us about our own hearts and minds.
Pastor Jonathan Eckberg continues our series, “The Crest: Family & Kingdom” In this week’s message he addresses Jesus’ explanation of the true nature of His family in Mark 3:31-35. Jesus shows that identity and place in the family of God rests in the orientation of our hearts and is then expressed in our obedience to the will of the Father.
Pastor Jonathan Eckberg preaches the second message in our series, “The Crest” This week we see Jesus responding to the accusation that His miracles are done by the power of Satan. In his response He shows that He is the source of forgiveness and much greater than the powers of Satan.
Pastor Ron Eckberg opens our series, “The Crest: Family & Kingdom,” by taking us through Mark 3:7-19. In this passage Jesus retreats from the crowd to call the 12 disciples. Jesus shows us our need to recognize the significance of addressing the important over the urgent and the reality that He has given us a mission and a new identity that comes …