Josh Gray brings on Luke Yetter to get the story of how he has been Forever Changed—by God and through the faithfulness of the people around him.
Marty Solomon and Emmy Salisbury challenge us to consider the assumptions we make about other people and ourselves.
Josh Gray calls for us to recognize the work God is doing in the world around us and helps us examine areas of our lives where we might need a spiritual rebirth.
Marty Solomon encourages us to use the influence God has given us to make a difference in the Kingdom, no matter how we fit into the story.
Aaron Couch recalls defining moments of generosity in the history of our church and challenges us to move forward and continue to build a legacy with Christ at the forefront.
Rod Jensen charges us to celebrate and encourage those around us, keeping our eyes open so we can see when God has placed someone in our path.
Aaron Couch addresses spiritual freedom, the effects of Christians being negative, and how to keep in step with the Spirit.
JT Manning examines biblical cases of conflict and gives us a framework to deal with conflict using the tools we’ve studied in this series.
Josh Gray explores the value of empathy in our personal relationships and in service of carrying out the vision and mission of our church.