Messages by Amy Becker
Pastors Brent Clark, Ryan Lenerz, and Amy Becker look at how Christianity needs to stop looking for easy answers that don’t exist to the pain and suffering in the world and learn to lament as many in the Bible did, including Jesus.
Pastor Amy Becker visits with Sherami Hinders, Regional Coordinator for Spiritual Formation and Prayer with InterVaristy Christian Fellowship, about how to establish new rhythms of soul care in our COVID-19 world.
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.
The pastors of Ashworth Church respond to common questions they’ve seen on social media regarding faith and the coronavirus.
Pastor Amy Becker kicks off the Imagine series by asking the question how would life be different if we all acted justly, loved mercy and walked humbly with our God. From Micah 6:8.
Pastor Amy looks at the birth narrative to contrast the kingdom of Herod who was in power at the time of Jesus’ birth, and the kingdom of Jesus that came at Christmas.
Pastor Amy Becker looks at the problems with a personal relationship with Jesus and shows how our faith is dependent upon taking the journey with others.
Pastor Amy looks at Psalm 23 and the importance of incorporating the lost art of rest into our overactive and overstimulated lives.
Pastor Amy Becker looks at Acts 10 and how God’s desire was not only for a select group of people to hear about and know Jesus, but his desire was for all nations and people to know him.
Pastor Amy shares how our response to God choosing us, setting us free, restoring us, and blessing us should be that we tell others about the goodness of God in our lives.
Pastor Amy shows how the Big Story of God running through the whole Bible is about God’s plan to restore the brokenness in this world, and more than that, He desires to restore the brokenness in your own life.