09.22.20 Feed

09.22.20 Feed

Welcome to the Feed

This is our inaugural issue of the Ashworth Feed, a weekly email full of content meant to encourage and help you move forward in your faith. Statistics show that many Christians have put their faith on pause, reading the Bible less, praying less, and attending church much less. As our new sermon series declares, it’s time for us to UNPAUSE our lives, including our lives with God. And we understand, during this pandemic, with all the restrictions and limits, it has been more challenging to be growing spiritually. So we hope this will provide you each week with stories, articles, videos, and other features to help you experience all that God has for you.

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Here are 7 church trends every church leader should be watching in light of the disruption this pandemic has been on our culture and churches.
Read More


During the message this past week, Pastor Brent mentioned some helpful videos he watched which give a fantastic overview to the little read, but highly important prophetic book of Ezekiel.
Watch Part 1 | Watch Part 2


The story of Ezekiel breathing life into dry bones not only makes for a great message, but it’s the basis of this powerful song which was released for Easter this year.  Listen to the words in light of the resurrection of Jesus.
Watch Worship Video


The theme of God bringing life into dead things runs all through the pages of scripture. Here’s another challenging message from Jesus’ own words about the transformation he offers us from death to life.
Listen to Pastor Brent’s Message

message discussion questions

We hope the message from each Sunday sticks with you beyond the Sunday morning worship service. Take a moment to consider the questions below, and even better, talk to somebody (who attends the church or doesn’t) about them.

  1. Ezekiel explains how the bones were very dry.  What part of your life feels “very dry” and almost hopeless?  What makes it feel so dry?
  2. Why do you think God didn’t raise the bones to life himself?  Why is this significant to the story and to your own life?


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