The same Jesus that is 100% man is also 100% God. Nate Miles explores both of the sides of Jesus.
We take a one week break from our Luke series to hear Pastor Nathan David share the story of Jonah. God’s character is merciful and as he has shown us mercy we are to show mercy to our enemies.
In order to inherit new life we have to totally be willing to abandon our old ways of living. What are the old things in your life that you can't leave behind? What are you holding onto that is keeping from stepping into the new life that Jesus has for you?
Nate encourages us to be persistent and patient in our prayers, always trusting that God is good.
Jesus wants us to be focused on living our lives. Jesus is personally inviting you to put the world back right.
Do we remember to thank God? What does it look like to live a life of thankfulness?
God sees faithfulness as a means to stewardship.
Life is best experienced when it's lived with a humble influence.
God is always there for us even we we hit rock bottom.
Nate Miles teaches how the Kingdom of God influences our communities and the world. The sky is the limit!
What is keeping you from moving forward in your life?
Jesus desires to bring life to the dead places and dark spaces of your soul.
This week we celebrate stories of healing and life change at Reunion.
Where should we invest our resources? What matters most to us?
Jesus teaches us to pray "Your Kingdom Come". The Kingdom of God is both now and not yet, thus prayer is our tool for living in the tension of that reality.
Jesus desires us to be with him before we do things for him.
Jesus is an equal opportunity God. Jesus sends us out on mission with a message. The mission is to go and the message is peace.
For Jesus, it is essential that his followers understand the journey he has them on before they embark out on it.
Mike Rigdon discusses the Transfiguration of Jesus. He builds around the idea that in order to thrive in the valley, we have to spend time on the mountain.
Nate Miles explores how Jesus liberated and empowered the women of his day, and how he continues to do so today. (The image that Nate talks about is on the podcast page of our website.)