Coach/Pastor Doug starts us off this week discussing the importance of alignment, assignment, and technique. All three are important during any given football play. In the world, however, assignment and technique are often highlighted and alignment is forgotten. We need to make sure not only that we do the right thing in the world and in the right way, but we also need to make sure that our alignment is with the Father.
As we begin a new series on the book of Galatians, Pastor Doug gives us an intro to the message that Paul is delivering. Our salvation rests solely on our faith in Christ. We only need to understand it, appreciate it, and receive it as a gift.
Jesus humbled Himself and came to earth to serve the Heavenly Father. If we are to do the same, we will understand that we should be focused on fixing the eternities of people in our lives, rather than looking to what we want to do for God.
We have a cultural misconception of priorities, but when things boil down, there will be one singular thing that we prioritize above all else. Pastor Doug challenges us to set our minds on the peace of Christ, and to dwell on the things He has done for us.
Jo Ann Saloga shares what this summer's Operation Barnabas tour has meant to her, and how it can shape the lives of other young people.
Pastor Ben follows Jo Ann by challenging us to look at our hearts and our motivations toward obedience in Christ.
The most profound thing that we can do with the grace that has been given to us through Christ is to pass that grace to others and change their realities. We are much more effective working together than doing it on our own. Pastor Doug looks at three ingredients to successfully expressing grace. Where do you fit into this picture?
Brad Dayton takes us through what it means to love somebody. It is easy to say we love Jesus, but what does that look like? How would somebody else know that we love Jesus? If we don’t do the things for Christ that we do with others that we love, how well do we really love Him?
Pastor Doug takes us again to the historical facts in Israel. This week, he discusses the evidence of who Jesus and Pilate were. Doug teaches that all of these things can be seen as real history, but mean nothing without faith in Jesus as the promised Messiah.
This week, Pastor Doug teaches us that it may be easy to conform to the whims of not only the world around us, but even to the norms and traditions of church functions. Rather, we are called to allow the Holy Spirit to transform us to the perfect will of God.
Pastor Doug shares with us the experience of being in Israel and in the exact locations of described in the Bible. Being in those places and understanding the truth of those stories, Doug challenges us to live our lives in a way that reflects those truths and make the commitment to be fully following God.