Ironic | 08.19.2018

What is the difference between peacekeeping and peacemaking? Why is it we are called to be peacemakers instead of keepers? How can learning to resolve conflict as a peacemaker lead to us having happier lives? Pastor Will Stoll continues our series “Ironic: The Keys to Happiness,” focusing on the Beatitudes, by showing us what steps […]

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Ironic | 08.12.2018

Do you have vision problems? According to some studies, around 75% of people need some sort of vision correction. However, the only way that you know to fix your vision is if you have a checkup. Just like our literal vision, many of us have a hard time when it comes to seeing God. So […]

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Ironic | 08.05.2018

Jesus’ first ever sermon showed that he wanted us to be happy, but the keys to happiness are not necessarily what we expect. When he says happy are the merciful, what does he mean? Pastor Will Stoll breaks down what mercy means into three parts in this next sermon of our series “Ironic: The Keys […]

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Ironic | 07.29.2018

What makes you hungry? The smell of bacon is one that usually starts the stomach grumbling. But in Jesus’ sermon on the mount, what did he mean when he said hunger? This morning, Pastor Will Stoll dives into this Beatitude to see how the hunger for righteousness is something that will make us truly happy […]

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Ironic | 07.22.2018

Human history is filled with people hungering for power and might, but does that lead to happiness? Pastor Josh Dolarian shows us that true might and happiness comes to the meek and humble as we continue our sermon series “Ironic: The Keys to Happiness.”

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Jesus Stories | 07.08.2018

Every story has a villain. Who is the villain in your life? Our true enemy is the devil, and the bottom line is that our enemy invites us to rest in the cloud of your pride. In this last sermon of our “Jesus Stories” series, Pastor Will Stoll looks at the parable of the Pharisee […]

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Jesus Stories | 07.01.2018

Throughout the New Testament, Jesus refers to farming, harvesting, and growing of fruit. In the parable of the Sower and the Seed, he descriptively talks about how the growth of a seed is intimately tied to the soil it is planted in. Pastor Mitch Ross preaches this Sunday about what each soil means and how […]

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Jesus Stories | 06.24.2018

How do we deal with our struggles? Every day we deal with struggles, whether it be something as small as getting out of bed in the morning, to more serious issues like marriage problems and depression. How can we find solace in these times? Pastor Jared Carl shows us that the kingdom of God is […]

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Jesus Stories | 06.17.2018

Who is your neighbor? Why should we help others in distress? Who has helped you in your life? Pastor Will Stoll breaks down the parable of the Good Samaritan this Sunday in this message of our “Jesus Stories” sermon series.

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