Aaron Couch challenges us to inspect the weight of our perspective and whether we are living out the faith we proclaim to believe in.
Aaron Couch shows how God puts us in places where we need community, and submitting to one another is an act of submitting ourselves to God.
Aaron Couch encourages us to love those around us, not judging them when we should be meeting them where they are.
Josh Gray and Rod Jensen discuss the difference between worry and concern while challenging us to set aside worrying about tomorrow so we can live in the Kingdom today.
Marty Solomon talks about what fasting and prayer are and addresses how to engage forgiveness appropriately.
Josh and Kerri Gray explore the idea of knowing the Father intimately and having His heart for the needy in our midst.
Aaron Couch explores the metaphors of salt and light, challenging us to be distinctive in a positive way and call out the good in those around us.
Marty Solomon and Emmy Salisbury begin a new series about the Sermon on the Mount, building on the Taking Your Mountain series that just wrapped up. The first series dealt with the work we are called to do. This new series is about the people we are supposed to become.