Messages on Luke
Pastor Brent looks at the barriers we put up when thinking about giving and how the parable of the Good Samaritan models for us how to be generous and put compassion in action.
Pastor Ryan looks at Luke 6 and how Jesus desires those who follow him to show mercy to those around.
Pastors Brent, Ryan and Amy discuss the continued changes in the world and how the new normal could impact Ashworth Church
Pastors Brent Clark and Amy Becker discuss the story of Mary and Martha in Luke 10 to see how the tension between the urgent and the important can pull us away from the better things and balance is needed between the two.
Pastor Brent continues the Questioning Jesus series by looking at Luke 15 and the parable of the lost sheep to see how Jesus has come to joyfully find us, bring us home, and encourages us to go and find others.
Pastor Brent looks at three gospels to see three questions surrounding the empty tomb.
Pastor Brent looks at Luke 4 and how Jesus began his ministry to challenge us in how we are presenting the message of Jesus could be perceived as fake news to some but is still very good news for all.
Pastor Brent describes why Christmas truly is the most wonderful time of the year. Spoiler: it’s not about Santa or the gifts!
Pastor Ryan wraps up The Red Letters series by looking at Luke 9 and how Jesus’ words that call us to follow him challenge our comfort, obligations, and relationship and that the commitment to follow Jesus really is not easy.
Pastor Amy Becker concludes The Lost Arts series by looking at the parable of the great banquet in Luke 14 and seeing our need to be people of hospitality.
In the final message of the Merry Christmas? series, Pastor Brent Clark looks at Mary’s question when she hears she will give birth to the Messiah, Jesus. Brent challenges us to consider in our own lives if we are looking for human answers when God is offering divine solutions.
Pastor Brent Clark continues the 2017 Christmas series by looking at Elizabeth’s question in Luke 1:39-45, Why am I so favored? Her question reverse the age-old question of “Why do bad things happen to good people?” and instead asks “Why do good things happen to good people?” We are challenged then to consider what are you doing with all you’ve been given?