Messages on 2 Corinthians
It’s the start of a new school year and, with it, the anticipation of the big day when everyone gets a yearbook. Yearbooks can be fun to look at and sign, but what about when someone tells you, “Don’t ever change!” Pastor Brent looks at how this is often used as a negative but when people say, ‘You’ve Changed,” it actually means we are growing. And without change, we cannot begin to look more like Jesus. Explore the significance of…
For many, a new year represents a fresh start. When we think about God, we often think about his power of creation, but when we dig deeper, we see he is also a God of re-creation and renewal. Pastor Brent looks at how we can have personal renewal when we become a new creation in Christ and the benefits that being a new creation offers.
Pastor Ryan shares how God wants each of us to leave our mark on the world by choosing to be generous with our abundance.
Pastor Brent Clark preaches an Easter message that looks at 2 Corinthians 5 and how the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ destroys the barrier that exists and reconciles us to God.
Pastor Brent Clark wraps up the series on spiritual warfare by looking at the very real battle going on for those who do not yet know Jesus.
Lead Pastor Brent Clark continues looking the the unseen war we are engaged with and the importance of the battle of the mind.
Run, Forrest This weekend a new Tom Hanks movie came out, “Bridge of Spies.” I heard it was really good, but I wonder if it’s as good as my favorite Tom Hanks movie, “Forrest Gump.” I love the character he played and how the movie intertwined fiction with historical events so well. One scene in particular, I remember vividly. It was while he was serving in the Army in Vietnam. He’s walking through the jungle when suddenly his platoon is in the…