A skilled violinist doesn't automatically learn to play with freedom unless they have first taken the time to practice the disciplines needed to master their instrument. In this series we learn that practicing discipline in our spiritual lives is actually the key to freedom in our spirituality, and it will help us connect with God in a transformative way.
As we go about our work weeks it's easy to compartmentalize different areas of our life. In this series we learn about the rhythms of Jesus' work life and how we can bring our faith into each aspect of our own lives. Instead of keeping our work and faith separate, we are encouraged as believers to live a life that is faith centred no matter where we are.
September is often a busy time of year for most people - with schedules changing, back to school, and new seasons, it's easy to get caught up in our own lives and the kingdom we create for ourselves.
In this new sermon series, Pastor Christian starts diving into Jesus' schedule as written in the Gospel of Mark. In this first message we learn that the most important thing we can do as believers is to recognize and live for God's kingdom above our own.
In this final message in the Messed Up People series, Sacha shares with us about the negative emotion of pride and how we can recognize it in our lives. It's often easy to pick out negative pride in others around us, but to see it in ourselves takes humility and vulnerability.
Anger is not always an emotion we like to talk about because it often comes from deep hurt or frustration that we've experienced in our lives. Whether large or small, our anger can manifest into something that eats at us constantly from the inside.
In this message we learn how we can recognize and work through the anger in our lives and that we don't have to do it alone.
Would you consider yourself generous? How about greedy? Most people wouldn't view themselves as greedy, but often greed can show up in different forms in our lives - sometimes even disguised as a virtue.
In this third series of "Messed Up People" we learn about the story Jesus told of The Rich Young Ruler and how we can recognize and combat greed in our own lives.
Guilt can be a crippling emotion that causes huge messes in peoples’ lives. Thankfully, as followers of Jesus, there is no condemnation in His love.
In this second sermon of the Messed Up People series, Pastor Christian dives into the lives of Judas and Peter in the New Testament. Both were disciples of Jesus who dealt with severe guilt, but how they dealt with it had dramatically different outcomes.
This sermon series will be looking at how different people in the Bible sometimes made big messes of their lives because of certain emotions that affected their actions.
This first message looks at the topic emotion of jealousy, and how some people made a mess of their lives because of their jealous feelings.
From looking at these messes the goal is to learn how we can live more fully in God’s love and work through our own emotions.