The Leader of the Band – Joshua 1:1-9

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Pastor Ron Eckberg brings a special Father’s Day message, “The Leader of the Band.” Author Blaine Lee writes; “The great leaders are like the best conductors – they reach beyond the notes to reach the magic in the players.” The same could be said about great fathers. Fatherhood is a challenging, heart-rending, joyful, frustrating, complicated task. It is, however, one …

The Pursuit of Joy – Leviticus 23

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Pastor Jonathan Eckberg continues in our final study in Leviticus called, “The Pursuit.” Everybody loves a party. We take great joy in gathering together to celebrate life’s momentous occasions. But these are (usually) events we choose to celebrate. How do we respond when we are commanded to celebrate. In Leviticus 23, God commands His children to celebrate. This week we …

The Pursuit of Holiness, Part 2 – Leviticus 21-22

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Pastor Ron Eckberg continues our examination of God’s call to holiness through Leviticus 21-22. Oswald Chambers writes; “Holiness, not happiness, is the chief end of man.” In Leviticus, we have seen just how important the holiness of His people is to God and this week we see the high standard of holiness God expects his priests to observe.

The Pursuit of Holiness – Leviticus 19-20

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Pastor Jonathan Eckberg continues our series through the book of Leviticus. Last week, Leviticus 17-18 showed us how we need to recognize the worth-ship of our holy God. But how does that translate into the rest of our lives? Leviticus 19-20 reveals to us the foundations that allow us to passionately pursue God’s holiness in our lives as we are …

The Pursuit of Worship – Leviticus 17-18

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Pastor Jonathan Eckberg begins our final series in the Book of Leviticus by teaching from Leviticus 17-18. In Leviticus 1-16 we have seen a very clear picture of God’s perfect, holy nature. But how go about pursuing a life lived in light of God’s holiness? The rest of Leviticus gives us that answer and it begins in chapters 17 and …

The Mother’s Heart – Exodus 1:15-2:10

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Pastor Ron Eckberg brings a special message from Exodus 1:15-2:10. This week we celebrate the mothers in our lives. Mother’s Day is a time to reflect with gratitude on all the women (mothers, grandmothers, aunts, sisters, friends, etc.) who give of themselves for the love and care of others. In the action surrounding Moses’ birth, we see the characteristics of …

Life in Eternity – Revelation 21:1-7, 22-27

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Pastor Jonathan Eckberg continues our conversation on how the resurrection is about more than Easter morning. Last week we discussed how our faith changes every aspect of how we live our lives in this world. But that’s only a sliver of time in relation to eternity. So what does our belief in the resurrected Savior affect our eternity? We find …

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 …

Cleaning Day – Leviticus 16

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Pastor Jonathan Eckberg concludes our series on Leviticus 11-16 in a message titled, “Cleaning Day.” It’s easy to notice when our kitchens, living rooms, or workspaces are a mess – the dishes piled up, toys thrown across the room, papers stacked upon papers. At some point, a cleaning is in order. In Leviticus 11-15, God makes a distinction between what …