Sermons by Brent Clark
Pastor Brent looks at the tension that exists between what Jesus said and what we think and how it is in surrendering to Jesus that true life can be experienced so that we can then give life to others.
Pastor Brent Clark looks at various worldviews of what happens after death and then shows how the Christian worldview is different because it isn’t based on what you do but instead on who you know.
Pastor Brent begins a new series called The Big 3 – Life’s Biggest Questions by looking at the question where did I come from? Brent addresses the false dichotomy that can be built between science and faith and how understanding when and how God created isn’t as important as the truth of that God created.
Pastor Brent looks at what the Apostle Paul and Jesus have to say when it comes to being blessed and how it is different from what we call #blessed today. Ephesians 1:3-6, Matthew 5 Introduction Good morning everyone and thanks so much for being here. My name is Brent, and I am one of the pastors here at Ashworth. Have you ever been in a conversation where something was talked about, and as the conversation continues, you realize that you…
Pastor Brent looks at how our desire for acceptance can be met when we understand that we are chosen by God. The third message in the You Are series.
Pastor Brent wraps up the I Am series by look at Jesus final I Am statement in John 15 and what it means that Jesus is the vine and how we are to remain in him.
Pastor Brent Clark looks at the miracle of the resurrection of Lazarus from the dead to see how Jesus as the resurrection and the life affirms God’s loves for us and help us get beyond our “if onlys” when we see the resurrection is more than an event, when we see the resurrection is a person, Jesus Christ, as found in John 11:1-44.
Pastor Brent continues the I Am Jesus series by looking at how Jesus’ self description as a gate isn’t a reflection of his desire to keep people out, but rather is the revelation of himself as the good shepherd and his desire to make salvation possible as seen in John 10:1-10.
Pastor Brent shares how Jesus satisfies and sustains us and encourages us not to settle for cheap substitutes.
Pastor Brent describes why Christmas truly is the most wonderful time of the year. Spoiler: it’s not about Santa or the gifts!
Pastor Brent Clark explains how our understanding of Santa Claus always watching to see if we’ve been bad or good has seeped into our understanding of God. But the good news for us is that God saves us through the gift of his grace!
Pastor Brent kicks off The Christmas Album and looks at songs like White Christmas and I’ll Be Home for Christmas and how often our expectations don’t match our circumstances but by keeping our focus on Christ we can see that our unmet expectations can be redeemed and quite possibly lead to more than we could have hoped or imagined.