Josh Gray is joined by Paul Hanson of Northwestern Mutual to discuss financial planning, common mistakes people make with their money, strategies for getting debt under control, and how to remain faithful to God during the entire process.
Aaron Couch discusses contentment and uses King Solomon as an example of how things can get carried away with a lust for more.
Corban Lambert gives us an idea of what God’s generosity is like and how we can join Him in that work.
Aaron Couch helps us see that our resolutions need to be about relationship with other people and faithfulness to God in bigger and more stretching ways.
Aaron Couch guides us into the culmination of our Advent process. He encourages us to let God meet us where we’re at so we can invite others into His presence, as well.
There are no Sermon Notes for Lowborn King #5 — Christ.
Aaron Couch challenges us to consider who we are not making room for in our lives and gives us some thoughts about how we can love others better.
Aaron Couch shows us how we find joy in God’s love and forgiveness, finding our true calling through repentance.
Marty Solomon walks us through the process of setting our hearts right in the practice of confession, which is what brings peace in the Advent season.
Corban Lambert encourages us to put our hope in Jesus and be spiritually prepared for whatever circumstances we find ourselves in.
Thad DeBuhr and Tom Fitzgerald show how worship is part of God’s purpose for us, and how we live that out affects how we love the people in our community.