Pastor Ron Eckberg teaches a special message on God’s call for the church to be more than ordinary. We are called to be remarkable. A remarkable church changes the course of the lives of the believers involved, the community in which it exists, and the world around it. Listen in as we discuss four characteristics of the remarkable church.
Pastor Ron Eckberg teaches a special message entitled, “Where in the World is the Church?” In John 17 Jesus prays that his people would be “in this world, not of it.” There is no question, however, that the line between the two can be a bit difficult to discern. Join us this Sunday as we examine the place of the …
Pastor Jonathan Eckberg teaches on the strengthening our resolve to make 2019 our best year ever. The new year is a great opportunity for us to reignite our resolve. We do it with exercise, diets, family commitments, and all kinds of other areas of our lives. Do we do the same in our commitment to the Gospel of Jesus Christ?
Pastor Ron Eckberg teaches a special year-end message, “A Walk on the Water,” we look at Peter’s walk on the water from Matthew 14:22-31 as we are encouraged to look ahead and act in faith in the year to come.
Pastor Ron Eckberg preaches a special Thanksgiving message from Colossians 2:6-7. Henry David Thoreau once wrote that his thanksgiving was “perpetual.” Giving thanks to God for all we have and have done should be more than a once-a-year endeavor, it should indeed be perpetual. We should be relentless in giving thanks.
Pastor Ron Eckberg teaches on the need and joy of gratitude in our lives. Do you know any truly grumpy, ungrateful people? You probably do and perhaps that describes you. There are too many ungrateful people in the world, and, sadly enough, in the church. Fortunately, we can change that. Join us Sunday as we dive into the Scriptures and …
Pastor Ron Eckberg preaches a special Father’s Day message from Ezekiel 37. From time to time we all find ourselves a little empty, a little dry, and in need of renewal. This Father’s Day we will look at Ezekiel 37 and see how God shows that the sustaining power of revival depends not upon our circumstances, but on His presence.
Pastor Jonathan Eckberg shares a special Mother’s Day message from 1 Kings 3:16-28. Most of us are really good at identifying our own failures. But our self-critical nature often misses how God is working in and through every situation for his glory. This week we see, through situation of one mother’s experience, how God’s grace shines through our imperfect love.
Pastor Ron Eckberg teaches from Acts 4 on how the truth of the Gospel should create in our lives a record of indisputable evidence for the goodness and glory of our Savior. Like Peter and John we should find in ourselves the inability to not share the grace of Jesus Christ.
Pastor Jonathan Eckberg teaches from 1 Corinthians 1:18. The resurrection of Jesus is the most defining event in human history. As we celebrate this Easter, we recognize that such a profound truth requires a decisive response. And the Apostle Paul shows exactly how every person, including you and me, will respond to this reality. How will we respond?