Messages by Ryan Lenerz
Pastor Ryan Lenerz takes a look back to see the importance of remembering to help us move forward.
Pastor Ryan Lenerz looks at Colossians 1 and how the. birth of Jesus brought about the reconciliation of humanity to God.
Pastor Ryan encourages us all to become people of gratitude who routinely give thanks in all circumstances.
Pastors Brent Clark and Ryan Lenerz conclude the You’ve Been Lied To (and we’re sorry about that) series by looking at how the lies we believe build barriers to our own faith and to others coming to faith. They also show how this has been an issue for the church since the first century.
Pastor Ryan takes a look at how many are taught as kids that the Bible is an instruction book for life. But more importantly, it is the book that points us to the word of God, Jesus Christ.
In the second message of the “You’ve Been Lied To (and we’re sorry about that)” series, Pastor Ryan Lenerz looks at the idea that Christ-followers should be militaristic in our approach to spreading Christian values and how the way fo Jesus shows us another way.
Pastor Ryan Lenerz looks at the seduction of sex in our culture and the holiness that we are called to by God. This is the second message in the Seduced series.
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 Ryan tells the story from 2 Kings 4 of the widow who pours out the oil that never runs dry as God meets her needs through the little she had to offer.
Pastor Ryan looks at the story of Achan from Joshua 7 as he discusses the seriousness of allowing sin to seduce you and to spread in your life.
Pastor Ryan tells the story of Jesus walking on water, but more importantly, how Peter took a risk to step out on the water and meet Jesus.