Posts from March 2019
Brent and Ryan in the Morning S1 Ep25 – Greater than everything, beyond the basics, and submission.
As a pastor, it is always exciting to see new people come into the church, connect with those who have been a part of the church, and eventually, call Ashworth home. And over the past few years, we have seen this happen time and time again. As exciting as it is to see new faces at Ashworth, it does begin to present challenges we have to address if we wish to continue to be the same, loving, caring church we…
Brent and Ryan in the Morning S1 Ep24 – Differing stories, angels, and someone who can empathize.
Brent and Ryan in the Morning S1 Ep23 – Ryan and Brent in the Morning, woe, woe, woe, and get ready!
For a few weeks now, we have been talking about inviting and bringing someone with you to our Ashworth Easter services. Every week we have placed invite cards on the pews in hopes that you would pick them up, take them with you, pray over it, and eventually hand it to someone who needs a place to worship on Easter Sunday. To add a bit more incentive to encourage you to bring someone with you to Easter this year, we…
Brent and Ryan in the Morning S1 Ep22 – Heaven bound, prophecy fulfilled, and do you want to split a sandwich?
Brent and Ryan in the Morning S1 Ep21 – Missing Shepherds, Memorizing Scripture, and Repeating Sermons.
And we’re living on the prayer that many of you would spend another $15 and buy a second case of peanut butter! THANK YOU for your generosity so far to our Peanut Butter Drive for the Des Moines Area Religious Council (DMARC) food pantry network! We have sold 87 cases and need to sell 83 more in the next two weeks! If every family at Ashworth purchased 2 cases, we’d accomplish our goal! I love knowing that our church partners…
Brent and Ryan in the Morning S1 Ep20 – Old Testament Shout Outs, Flames of Hell, Where’s the Levity?
Brent and Ryan in the Morning S1 Ep19 – The original streaker, the right question, and snake handling.
Today marks the beginning of the Lenten season. In just over forty days, we will gather to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Growing up as a Baptist in the South, we didn’t mark these seasons of the church year. Sure, we celebrated Easter. But I didn’t know what Lent was until moving to the Midwest. Most of the time, Lent is marked by self-denial. It is common to hear people speak of what they decided to give up for…
Brent and Ryan in the Morning S1 Ep18 – A bit of Deja Vu, Ryan gets a B, and what’s the messianic secret?