When our life is falling apart, we have a natural tendency to rely desperately on God — but how do we remain in a position of constant trust even when life is easy? In the second week of our “Trust the Story” series, our Lead Pastor, Miles Fidell, shares a word on how a fresh encounter with the mercy and presence of God can keep our hearts faithfully focused on Him.
Do you feel like you are constantly striving to find healthy rhythms in our fast-paced world? This week, our Lead Pastor, Miles Fidell, takes us to the book of Jude to deliver the unlikely answer to our desperate search for rest – releasing our need to control the story and delighting in the presence of God from wherever we find ourselves today.
What is eternal life? More than what happens after we die, how we answer this question effects how we live every single day. This week in our VIEWS series, Pastor Brad Jones of Passion City Church delivers a special word from the book of Mark that answers that question.
Does God even care? If we’re honest, this is a question we ask more often than we admit. This week our Lead Pastor, Miles Fidell, shares a word from the Gospel of Mark that shows how Jesus answers that question before it’s even asked — by shifting the focus of your faith from what you can see to what God has said.
We all want something in life, and most of our desires are rooted in a need for control, comfort, or completion. In the second week of our VIEWS series, our Lead Pastor, Miles Fidell, takes us to the Gospel of Mark and from the example of Jesus presents another goal to pursue instead: communion with your Heavenly Father.
Our Lead Pastor, Miles Fidell, delivers a simple message through this sermon: DON’T WASTE YOUR LIFE. By letting ourselves decrease, we allow Christ within us to increase, joining in on all the promise and hope offered to us through his birth, death, and resurrection.
If 2020 has left you feeling hopeless, struggling to see purpose in the pain, or afraid to get your hopes up for the future, you are not alone.
Join us as our Youth Pastor, Tyler Miller, shows us through the Christmas story how our pain, struggle, and unbelief can actually be an OPPORTUNITY for the one sure hope of Jesus to shine through the darkness.