Messages by Brent Clark
Pastor Brent Clark looks at the incorrect belief that to be a person of faith means you will never doubt and shows how Jesus uses our doubts not to rebuke us but as an opportunity to reveal himself to us.
Pastor Brent Clark addresses the lie that some believe that God is a white, male, Republican, but he also addresses the more dangerous underlying tendency to make God in our own image.
Pastor Brent Clark explores the half-truth that God does desire his children to be happy, because God also desires for them so much more.
In the series, “You’ve Been Lied To (and we’re sorry about that), Pastor Brent looks at the familiar saying God won’t give you more than you can handle to see if it has its biblical roots and how too often this statement does more harm than good.
Pastor Brent Clark examines the seduction of stuff in our culture and looks at how the Apostle Paul encourages us to resist the allure of wealth and follow the way of Jesus through selfless generosity.
Pastor Brent looks at how we are seduced by status and how we can overcome the seduction of status by following Jesus’ example of humble service as seen in John 13.
Pastors Brent and Ryan team up again to revisit the series Who Do You Think You Are to look at the importance of understanding what it means to center our identity in Jesus Christ.
Pastors Brent Clark and Ryan Lenerz remix the series “The More You Know: Seven Verses Everyone Should Know” by adding an eighth important verse from 2 Timothy 4:7 that encourages those who follow Jesus to finish their lives well.
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 Brent looks at Jesus’ words to a church to see how risky it is when we forget why we started following Jesus and how remembering is critical to a vibrant and healthy relationship with Jesus and others.
Pastor Brent looks at the Exodus story and how when faced with what appeared to be a risk or their comfort, the Israelites chose comfort which turned out to be the riskier of the choices and sometimes it is riskier not to take a risk.
Pastor Brent looks at Moses and his experience at the burning bush to understand how it is risky to say God to God’s call but a refusal to say yes might cause us to miss out more than we could possibly imagine.