Pastor Jonathan Eckberg continues our series, “The Crest: Family & Kingdom” In this week’s message he addresses Jesus’ explanation of the true nature of His family in Mark 3:31-35. Jesus shows that identity and place in the family of God rests in the orientation of our hearts and is then expressed in our obedience to the will of the Father.
Pastor Jonathan Eckberg preaches the second message in our series, “The Crest” This week we see Jesus responding to the accusation that His miracles are done by the power of Satan. In his response He shows that He is the source of forgiveness and much greater than the powers of Satan.
Pastor Ron Eckberg opens our series, “The Crest: Family & Kingdom,” by taking us through Mark 3:7-19. In this passage Jesus retreats from the crowd to call the 12 disciples. Jesus shows us our need to recognize the significance of addressing the important over the urgent and the reality that He has given us a mission and a new identity that comes …
Pastor Ron Eckberg presents a special Father’s Day message on the needed characteristics of a Godly father which we see present in the life and fatherhood of Joseph in Matthew 1:18-25.
Pastor Jonathan Eckberg preaches the conclusion to our current series, “Who Do You Think You Are?” by looking at Mark 3:1-6. Jesus addresses his opposition by stressing Godly compassion over merely being right in our religious acts.
Pastor Jonathan Eckberg teaches the fourth message of our current series, “Who Do You Think You Are?” This week we see Jesus questioned on his observance of the Sabbath and discover the true need, design, and purpose for Sabbath rest in our own lives.
Pastor Jonathan Eckberg preaches from Mark 2:18-22 in the third message from our current series, “Who Do You Think You Are?” This week we see Jesus questioned about fasting. Jesus address the question and the underlying issue. In doing so we learn how we are to apply fasting to our lives along with the foundation or all our acts of obedience.
Pastor Jonathan Eckberg preaches the second message of our current series, “Who Do You Think You Are?” In this passage (Mark 2:13-17) Jesus encounters opposition to his choice of companions. In his response we see how we are each called without question, accepted without reason, and loved beyond measure.
Pastor Jonathan teaches from Mark 2:1-12 as Jesus uses the opposition of the Scribes to show his ability to meet the true need of our hearts and how that pours out from our spiritual lives to the physical realm.
Pastor Ron Eckberg teaches from Matthew 20:20-29 in a special Mother’s Day message. In this passage we see the mother of James and John approach Jesus with an odd request. But in this request we see the heart of a mother who truly loved her children and desired the best for them.