Pastor Jonathan Eckberg delivers a timely message on remaining thankful no matter the situations of your life. This week we study Psalm 103:1-5 and see five reminders to keep us thankful in all things at all times.
Pastor Jonathan Eckberg leads us through a study of Mark 7:31-37. Here we see, in the healing of a man who is deaf and has a speech impediment, how God has purposefully, personally, and wonderfully drawn near to His people through Jesus Christ.
Pastor Jonathan Eckberg walks us through Jesus strange interaction with a woman who seeks healing for her daughter. In the encounter Jesus shows us the grand scope of His work of salvation and the reward that comes through our faith in who He is and what He has done for us.
Pastor Ron Eckberg teaches from Mark 7:1-23. In this weeks message we see the religious elite of Jesus’ day focused solely on the duty and acts of their religion without the proper heart behind them. We are challenged to set our hearts right and let the acts follow after.
Pastor Jonathan Eckberg walks us through two very distinct responses to the experience of the presence of Jesus in Mark 6:45-46.
Pastor Jonathan Eckberg teaches from Mark 6:30-44 where Jesus miraculously provides a meal for a massive crowd. In doing so He reminds the disciples that He is the true good shepherd. These verses show us that our entire source of compassion, comfort, and provision is found only in Jesus.
Pastor Jonathan Eckberg preaches from Mark 6:14-29 on the strange relationship between Herod and John the Baptist. In examining their interactions we see two distinct reactions to the watershed divide created by the person and work of Jesus Christ.
Pastor Jonathan Eckberg teaches from Mark 6:6b-13 as we begin our new series, “The Great Divide.” In this week’s passage Jesus sends his disciples out on mission, giving them all they need to complete it. We see that we, too, have a mission and have been given the authority, the resources, and the support to carry it out.
Pastor Jonathan Eckberg teaches the final message in our series, “Greater Than.” This week we examine Jesus’ appearance in his own hometown. He is met with rejection by those who should know him the best. We’ll see how even in the midst of such unbelief, in the people of Nazareth or our own hearts, Jesus is still Great enough to …
Pastor Ron Eckberg shares from Mark 5:21-43 in week three of our series, “Greater Than.” In this message we encounter the reality that Jesus is greater than anything we can do or offer on our own behalf.