Messages on Mark
Pastor Brent looks at how not all changes made during the pandemic have been bad and give us a new opportunity to establish healthy spiritual rhythms in our lives. Discussion Questions What are the spiritual disciplines you need to cultivate to keep connected to God? What are the practices of self-care you need to attend to your body and nurture your soul? What are the gifts, passions, and burdens within you that God wants you to express for the blessing…
Pastor Brent Clark looks at Mark 1 and how what we call the good news is n’t always what Jesus himself said was the good news. The good news is the kingdom of God has come near and is what the world needs now.
Pastor Ryan looks at the story of Jesus healing the blind man and how Jesus cares about us and do we know how to respond when Jesus asks us what do you want?
Pastors Brent and Ryan discuss the questions Jesus was asked about why he and his disciples were not observing the Sabbath and how the legalism of the Sabbath isn’t what is important but finding rest is.
Pastor Brent looks at three gospels to see three questions surrounding the empty tomb.
Pastor Brent looks at the misconceptions surrounding salvation and why a pray this prayer theology has many problems and might produce decisions but not necessarily disciples.
Pastor Brent looks back at the Fences series from the fall of 2018 and examines Jesus’ words when he told us the most important commandments are to love God and also to love our neighbors.
Pastor Ryan Lenerz looks at Mark 2 and the Sunday School Story of Jesus healing the paralyzed man and the role faith plays in our lives.
Lead Pastor Brent Clark begins a new series looking at how life in the kingdom is upside down from how we typically think life should be. He looks at Mark 8 and how Jesus tells us if we want to really live, we must die to ourselves.
Series Introduction Are you a pragmatic person? Practical? I say this about myself often. And the curse of being a very practical person is that when I am confronted with something that appears to be a waste of time or pointless, I find it very difficult to muster the motivation to do it or follow through with it. Not long ago, I took a class on global missions. It was for graduate level credit, so it was important that I do well,…