Messages on Church
Pastors Brent, Ryan and Amy discuss the continued changes in the world and how the new normal could impact Ashworth Church
Pastor Brent wraps up the We Are Ashworth series by looking at how unity is the glue that holds the church together, and how the unity of the church can be a powerful witness to our divided world.
Pastor Brent continues to look at the role of the church and how if we live as Jesus did we can impact our world together.
Pastor Brent looks at the importance of spiritual growth and how this will never happen when we are along. Our spiritual maturing happens when we are in community, otherwise, we risk a failure to thrive.
Pastor Brent continues looking at what makes the church the church and how connecting with God in community is what distinguishes the church from every other organization.
Pastor Brent looks at what church is not but then examines what actually is.
Pastor Brent looks at the future of Ashworth Church and presents a challenge to not get stuck in the past but to press forward in becoming the church God desire Ashworth Church to be.
In this message, Pastor Brent looks at Acts 6 and how the early church had to respond to be willing to change to respond to growth.
Pastor Ryan shares how Jesus’ last prayer for all his followers were that we would be united as one and how we can practically live that out every day.
Pastor Brent looks at how even though many today consider church to be optional, Jesus considered the church the best and most effective way to change the world and the importance of those following Jesus to leave a mark on and through the church.
Pastor Ryan Lenerz shows how Jesus uses our concept of family to teach us what it means to be brothers and sisters within the church.
Pastor Brent Clark looks at what the Bible has to say about Women in Ministry and wraps up the Divisive series by looking at one of the most contentious issues in the church. This message is based on 1 Corinthians 14:34-35. Women in Ministry 1 Corinthians 14:34-35 Introduction Today we come to the end of our series called Divisive: Why Christians Fight, and we saved the best for last! Today we look at the least controversial, least divisive issue there…