Christmas from the Chaos – Genesis 1:2a

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Pastor Ron Eckberg teaches the second week of our Christmas series, “Let There Be Light.” Last week we discussed the perfection of God’s creation and how the birth of Jesus is a continuation and restoration of that perfection. But what about when life isn’t perfect? How does the Christmas story reflect God’s work of overwhelming the chaos that is all …

The Tie that Binds – 1 John 2:7-11

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Pastor Jonathan Eckberg continues our study of 1 John, “Spotlight.” We live in a frantic and fragmented world. Information and decisions often come at us faster than we can sort them out. So how do we tie the details and big picture elements together to find a unified approach to living out the light of Christ? John tells us how …

Because God is Light… – 1 John 1:6-10

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Pastor Jonathan Eckberg teaches the next message in our series, “Spotlight,” as we study together through the book of 1 John. Last week we talked about the fact that God is light (1 John 1:5). And because God is light, our lives will look different. 1 John 1:6-10 shows us how. This Sunday we’ll discuss the practical implications for this …

God is Light – 1 John 1:5

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Pastor Jonathan Eckberg continues teaching in our series on 1 John, “Spotlight”. Our thoughts and schedules are easily consumed. Whether by things we want, stuff we need to get done, or the expectations of others we allow many things to guide our daily lives. As John enters the body of his letter he tells us how the God of light …

Hope for our Weary Hearts – Advent 2020 (Week 1)

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Pastor Jonathan Eckberg begins our 2020 Advent series, “The Thrill of Hope.” Over the next four weeks we will take time to remember and reflect on the thrilling hope that accompanies the birth of our Savior. This week we want to acknowledge the weariness that comes with life in this world and recognize the only hope for our weary hearts.