Sep 20, 2020
Into the Unknown: Recovering from a Slump
As we continue this new season in the year, we’re all still trying to make sense of the new normal. And with all the restrictions — ya we all go back to work, back to school, back to routine... but it kinda feels a bit like a game, with all of us trying to figure out the rules. So, this new series is going to take us back a bit, to a man and his wife who learned to navigate the unknown by learning to walk with a God He’s never known. So, hopefully along the way, we can learn how to win the Game of Life from the Bible's most faithful man--- Abraham.
WatchNotesDownloadDateTitle
  • Sep 20, 2020Into the Unknown: Recovering from a Slump
    Sep 20, 2020
    Into the Unknown: Recovering from a Slump
    As we continue this new season in the year, we’re all still trying to make sense of the new normal. And with all the restrictions — ya we all go back to work, back to school, back to routine... but it kinda feels a bit like a game, with all of us trying to figure out the rules. So, this new series is going to take us back a bit, to a man and his wife who learned to navigate the unknown by learning to walk with a God He’s never known. So, hopefully along the way, we can learn how to win the Game of Life from the Bible's most faithful man--- Abraham.
  • Sep 13, 2020Into the Unknown: Doing God’s Will – faith or folly?
    Sep 13, 2020
    Into the Unknown: Doing God’s Will – faith or folly?
    We’re certainly living in uncertain times aren't we? As we start this new season in the year, we’re all still trying to make sense of the new normal. And with all the restrictions — ya we all go back to work, back to school, back to routine... but it kinda feels a bit like a game, with all of us trying to figure out the rules. So, this new series is going to take us back a bit, to a man and his wife who learned to navigate the unknown by learning to walk with a God He’s never known. So, hopefully along the way, we can learn how to win the Game of Life from the Bible's most faithful man--- Abraham.
  • Sep 6, 2020Into the Unknown: When the Lord Uproots your life.
    Sep 6, 2020
    Into the Unknown: When the Lord Uproots your life.
    We start a new series called, Into the Unknown: Walking with God in uncertain times. And that’s what we got going on right now -- we’re living in uncertain times — still. As we start this new season in the year, we’re all still trying to make sense of the new normal. And with all the restrictions — ya we all go back to work, back to school, back to routine... but it kinda feels a bit like a game, with all of us trying to figure out the rules. So, this new series is going to take us back a bit, to a man and his wife who learned to navigate the unknown by learning to walk with a God He’s never known. So, hopefully along the way, we can learn how to win the Game of Life from the Bible's most faithful man--- Abraham.
  • Aug 30, 2020It Began on a Beach: Following Jesus with no going backies
    Aug 30, 2020
    It Began on a Beach: Following Jesus with no going backies
    Today is the final message in our series. Pastor Mike takes us back to the beach, to a camp fire and a fishing trip to see from Peter the most important part of following Jesus.  It Began on a Beach is a summer series explores where your faith began.  Here's a hint, it didn't begin with you! And that's the exciting part about your faith!
  • Aug 23, 2020It Began on a Beach: Following Jesus by staying where you are.
    Aug 23, 2020
    It Began on a Beach: Following Jesus by staying where you are.
    This Sunday Pastor Mike takes us beyond the beach as he helps us explore how to it is possible even today to follow Jesus, even though He isn't visibly tangible. It Began on a Beach is a summer series explores where your faith began.  Here's a hint, it didn't begin with you! And that's the exciting part about your faith!
  • Aug 16, 2020It Began on a Beach: Following Jesus when you don’t know what you’re doing
    Aug 16, 2020
    It Began on a Beach: Following Jesus when you don’t know what you’re doing
    With summer here maybe you've spent some time at the began.  That feeling of being next to the water, your toes wiggling in the sand.  Well, as we've been learning our faith began on a beach 2000 years ago. In this summer series we've been exploring what that means for how we follow Jesus today.  
  • Aug 9, 2020It began on a beach: Following Jesus instead of the approval of others
    Aug 9, 2020
    It began on a beach: Following Jesus instead of the approval of others
    We are back to the beach and beyond today as we journey with Jesus to Nazareth.  It Began on a Beach is a summer series explores where your faith began.  Here's a hint, it didn't begin with you! And that's the exciting part about your faith!
  • Aug 2, 2020It Began on a Beach: Following Jesus when Jesus does the unexpected
    Aug 2, 2020
    It Began on a Beach: Following Jesus when Jesus does the unexpected
    Pastor Mike brings us back to the beach and beyond as he helps us explore how to follow Jesus when Jesus does the unexpected.  It Began on a Beach is a summer series explores where your faith began.  Here's a hint, it didn't begin with you! And that's the exciting part about your faith!
  • Jul 5, 2020It Began on a Beach: Follow me…
    Jul 5, 2020
    It Began on a Beach: Follow me…
    It began on a beach is a summer series exploring where your faith began.  Here's a hint, it didn't begin with you! And that's the exciting part about your faith!
  • Jun 28, 2020Jesus’ WHY: Jesus came to show us who we really worship
    Jun 28, 2020
    Jesus’ WHY: Jesus came to show us who we really worship
    Series: Jesus' WHY
    Jesus’ Why looks at four New Testament encounters with Jesus to illustrate what he came here to accomplish. They are probably very familiar encounters to you, but the reason I chose them, was so that, if you invite people from your Life Network over to the house church you attend, the sermons will answer some of the questions that all of us ask about Jesus — like “why did Jesus come,” and “what difference does it make to me.”