29 September 2020
Pastor J.D. teaches from Romans 15 to help us understand God’s global purpose and how to know what God has equipped and empowered us to do as part of that purpose. The more we walk in obedience, the more our calling comes into focus.
28 September 2020
Pastor J.D. continues in this message from Romans 14 and 15 to show us how, when it comes to debatable matters in the church, we can obey our conscience while still being open to having it retrained.
25 September 2020
In this message, Pastor J.D. teaches from Romans 14 and 15 about how to handle conflicts in the church over matters that are more about preferences than those essential for salvation.
24 September 2020
We learn that, while we should submit to authority, we are also under God’s greater claim. When the government fails us, we can trust in God’s good plan, because our hope lies in him, not politicians.
23 September 2020
In this message, Pastor J.D. gleans Paul’s wisdom from Romans 13 and shows us why, even when we don’t approve of certain political leaders or endorse what they stand for, we must still honor them. We submit from our hearts, but never in a way that disobeys God.
22 September 2020
In today’s message, Pastor J.D. continues to show us how to overcome evil with good. When you learn to love not by trying harder but by experiencing it through Jesus, then you have the power to conquer evil and love more like him.
21 September 2020
In this message, Pastor J.D. looks to Romans 12 to give us four ways to overcome evil with good and how remembering how Jesus has loved you will help you do the same for others.
18 September 2020
Can you imagine a church that didn’t need great musicians or special events to attract people because of the way that it loved each other and the world? We don’t have to wonder if or how that’s possible.
17 September 2020
By showing us six characteristics of gospel-shaped love, Pastor J.D. helps us see that only when we become the kind of community that is known for its love will the world be persuaded to believe the gospel.