If there wasn't a cross or a resurrection, would you choose to follow Jesus? Apparently many people did just that. In this message from our brother Mathew Mitchell, we look at what Jesus asked his followers to do and consider why they were willing to do it. Perhaps they had an experience that is still accessible to us today.
The Trinity... three in one... Father, Son, Holy Spirit... Just what IS the Trinity all about, anyway? It’s a mystery that the church has been wrestling with (and sadly, fighting over) for nearly 2000 years. In this message, Pastor Colby explains just why the Trinity is so important, but spoiler alert: it’s not for the reasons you might suppose.
Isaac Archuleta, MA, LPC, examines the ways we try our best to be perfect performers in our relationships with others and with God. But these performances trap us from our truest form of authenticity. Isaac shows us how God-given authenticity can set our relationships on a new path.
If you could reverse engineer some of your most healthy relationships, one of the things you might find is the existence of a non-anxious presence. In this sermon, Colby suggests that Love Looks Like Relaxing. Which is to say, having an open handed and open hearted posture toward the people in your life is one way to help your relationships thrive.
Pastor Colby continues our series on relationships with this personal account of how “Love Looks Like Showing Up.” So often, when the going gets tough, we just want to get going. But if we want our relationships to find wholeness and to flourish, then we have to make sure that we are Showing Up.
In relationships, love looks like mothering... but not in the way you might think. Tune in as Pastor Kate pulls back the veil on how gender has been distorted in our world, and challenges us all to embrace "mothering" as a path toward healing and restoration.
Jessica speaks about what it means to have an open or closed heart in relationship with ourselves with god and others. And how living with closed heart keeps us separate from the thing we actually long for, which is love and connection.
Want to know how you can move your relationships toward greater health and connectedness? Become their champion. Want to know what that means? Listen to this message.
Pastor Kate introduces a new series on relationship in which we’re invited to think about our relationship to God, self, and others. What does love look like in these relationships? Is love selfless in relationship?
It’s Easter Sunday, and in this message Pastor Colby invites you to experience the ways in which resurrection can speak a transformative word in to whatever fears you may currently be facing.
Wrapping up our Lenten series and our exploration of the Enneagram, we unpack the Sevens (the Enthusiast) and offer some general wrap up thoughts.
Our Lent series continues as we use the Enneagram to help us understand why we do what we do. This week Pastors Kate and Colby explore the Fives (The Investigator) and Sixes (The Loyalist).
The Enneagram is a tool to help us understand why we do what we do. This week, Pastors Kate and Colby get raw and honest as they explore the numbers that each of them identify with, Fours (The Individualist) and Threes (The Achiever) respectively.
Our exploration of the Enneagram continues as Pastors Colby and Kate teach on the Ones (The Reformers) and the Twos (The Helper).
This week Pastors Colby and Kate explore the ways in which Eights (The Challenger) and Nines (The Peacemaker) offer the world unique flavors of the Divine Presence. Learn how each number holds you back from flourishing, and how to move forward in to greater wholeness and connection.