Messages by Brent Clark

Messages by Brent Clark

Questioning Jesus

What Do I Lack?

Pastor Brent looks at the exchange between Jesus and a wealthy, young guy in Matthew 19 to see how often it isn’t what we lack that keeps us from following Jesus, it is what we have.
Questioning Jesus

Don’t You Care?

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.
Questioning Jesus

What Do You Think?

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.
Questioning Jesus

Who Is This?

In a time of uncertainty, questions abound. But questions are nothing new. During the life and ministry of Jesus, questions surrounded him and his motives. In a new series called Questioning Jesus, we will examine questions asked to, by and around Jesus to see how these questions can shape our faith. In this first message, Pastor Brent Clark looks at the triumphal entry of Jesus and how in this moment, those who saw and knew Jesus asked who is this?
Fake News or good news

Fake News or Good News?

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.
Imagine Message Series

I Will Pour Out My Spirit

Pastor Brent looks at Joel 2 to examine what we might be missing if we aren’t availing ourselves to the outpouring of the Spirit of God.
Imagine Message Series

Stand in the Gap

Pastor Brent looks at Ezekiel 22 and the importance of interceding for those around us and our communities.
Imagine Message Series

Do Not Despise the Day of Small Things

Pastor Brent looks at Zechariah 4 and the questions the messenger of God asked Zechariah to see how a wrong focus and discouragement can cause us to miss the greater things God has in store for us.