Jesus teaches us His requirements, unexpected consequences, and reward in the life of one who is committed to following Him. We must be willing to accept the entirety of His command to be disciples no matter the cost – and in doing so He assures us it will be worth the price we pay.
Pastor Jonathan Eckberg preaches the third week of our series, “Portents.” In this passage Jesus declares the full intent of His ministry. We see that His identity and His purposes are set regardless of how we would prefer He operate.
Pastor Ron Eckberg leads us through Mark 8:11-26 in the second week of our series, “Portents.” Most of us can identify with the disciples of Jesus. We struggle from time to time seeing Jesus clearly. Our eyes of faith grow a bit fuzzy. What we need is another—a fresh touch—of the Master’s hand.
Pastor Jonathan Eckberg takes us back into our study through the book of Mark as we begin a new series entitled, “Portents.” This week we see Jesus miraculously feed 4,000 people showing the immensity of his love and compassion for all of His creation.
Pastor Jonathan Eckberg walks us through a challenge for personal spiritual growth in 2017. As we study 2 Timothy 2:1-2 we see three key areas in which we must commit ourselves to see development in the coming year.
Pastor Ron Eckberg directs an oft twisted and maligned passage about a man named Jabez. In this we see the power of prayer that is directed not at the human heart, but toward the will of God the Father. When rightly understood this is a tremendous encouragement to the believer.
Pastor Jonathan Eckberg brings a special Christmas Day message on the significance of the birth of Jesus and what makes this the greatest gift we could ever receive.
Pastor Ron Eckberg concludes our Advent series, “Twas the Night Before Christmas,” by examining the importance of God entering into our world by way of a human baby. In this message we see how crucial this is to Jesus’ purposed work on earth.
This week we were joined by Jim Bultema, an EEFC supported missionary who is currently serving in Turkey. Jim shared with us the importance of the reality that Jesus was conceived by the Holy Spirit and born of the virgin Mary.
Pastor Jonathan Eckberg teaches on the significance of the family line of Jesus in Matthew 1:1-17. In this passage we see how Jesus is the perfect provider, ruler, and deliverer who was promised in the Old Testament.