A Faith-filled Response – Nehemiah 2

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Pastor Jonathan Eckberg teaches week 2 of our study of Nehemiah, “Rebuild and Restore.” God has issued a call into each of our lives. He wants to use us for His glory and share with us the joy of living on mission. But how exactly do we do that? How do we push ourselves into the discomfort of purposeful mission? Nehemiah …

Life in this World – John 15:1-8

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Pastor Jonathan Eckberg follows up on our Easter Sunday gathering. Last week, we celebrated the bodily resurrection of Jesus Christ. But how does this incredible, victorious display of His sovereign authority change our everyday lives? In John 15:1-8 we discuss how our resurrected life in Jesus changes how we daily engage in the world around us.

4 Responses to an Empty Tomb – Easter 2019

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Pastor Jonathan Eckberg shares our special Easter morning message. We all respond to events and situations in our own unique ways. Regardless of our style, some events demand that we react in some way. This Easter we’ll see how the biblical story shows us four distinct responses to an empty tomb and how our response to the Risen Messiah will …

Eat and Drink – Luke 22:14-20

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Pastor Jonathan Eckberg continues our current series on the DNA of the church by teaching from Luke 22:14-20. Sometimes the smallest things carry great significance. In the Christian faith a small bit of bread and a sip of grape juice are more important than those outside the church could think possible. This week we take a look at the Lord’s …

Two Responses to Jesus – Mark 14:1-11

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Pastor Jonathan Eckberg begins our series, “The End is the Beginning.” Over the course of the next several weeks we will see Jesus take on the culmination of His earthly ministry. But before that, we’ll find a scene that reveals the two responses we have to choose from when encountered by Jesus’ sacrifice and how each response changes every aspect …