Bonnie shares God’s vision for unity in the body of Christ, and how the gospel empowers us to respond to the racial cultural issues of our day in truth and love.
Joel Kimpela shares a parable that reframes how we are to view our unique gifts and talents.
Why do we search for lost things? What determines how intensely we search, or how happy we are when we find our lost stuff? Staff Pastor Jessie Ford shares from Luke 15 on the immense value of lost people in the Kingdom of God.
What images come to mind when you think about God and His Kingdom? Joy? Celebration? A party? Jesus describes the Kingdom in unexpected terms in this week's parable.
Rev. Brandon Harris speaks on an often misinterpreted parable on prayer.
Bonnie concludes a three-part teaching on the parable of the soils with a look at what God can do in us and through us when we persevere in our relationship with God.
We are constantly surrounded by things vying for our attention. How do we live a focused faith in a world full of distractions? Bonnie shares from the parable of the soils on the power of a focused faith.
What holds us back from giving Jesus control of our lives? And what could happen if we went all in with Jesus? Pastor Bonnie introduces the (Re)Framed series with a challenging look at an often confusing parable.
Protestant Chaplain Brandon Harris addresses another one of the Elephants on campus with this week's message on Doubt.