Jesus Christ, God in flesh, came to dwell among us. This Christmas, Matt Zainea points us to the amazing reality that the birth of Jesus is cause for celebration everyday of the year.
What is Christmas for? What is its ultimate purpose? Concluding our series in John, Matt Zainea explains how Jesus’ final conversation with Peter gives us the answer.
Are you a Jesus follower? Following the story of Jesus’ disciples after the resurrection in John 19 & 20, Matt Zainea challenges us to evaluate our lives and be drawn into the resurrected life that Jesus offers.
Jesus' final words before His death on the cross deliver a powerful message about His mission and His great love for us. Using text from John 19, Matt Zainea invites us to consider how these powerful words still speak to us today.
John 18 is not just about Jesus and Pilate, it is about all of us. Using this text, Matt Zainea explains the difference between worldly power and Godly authority and why it matters.
What is truth? This age-old question is one everybody must wrestle with. Continuing in John 18, Matt Zainea points us to the place all truth is found, in Jesus Christ.
Is your religious behavior hiding the reality that your life is centered around you? Examining the story of Peter in John 18, Matt Zainea challenges us to place Jesus at the center and have our actions be shaped by our love for Him.
How is Jesus glorified in His people? The answer is simple, through obedience. Continuing in John 17, Matt Zainea encourages us to move towards obedience and to see Jesus’ mission as our own mission.
Have we traded the glory of God for disobedience? For folly? Envy or strife? Using passages from the Old Testament and John 17, Matt Zainea explores the connection between God's glory, Jesus’ mission, and obedience.
Do we reduce our relationship with God to a simple checklist? Do this or don’t do that. Using text from the gospel of Luke, Steve Welch invites us to examine our motivation for giving and challenges us to give out of a deep love and gratitude for Christ.
Can sorrow be replaced with rejoicing? Continuing the conversation from John 16, Trevor Hunt examines how prayer will increase our joy and points us to the place true joy is found, in Jesus Christ alone.
During Jesus’ final meal with his disciples, He promised that the gift of the Spirit would be even greater than His physical presence. Returning to our series on the gospel of John, Steve High invites us to consider the power of the Spirit in us.
The world wants us to believe that children are a burden. But scripture is clear, children are a blessing. In his final sermon from the series It’s Personal, Matt Zainea encourages parents to see children as the gifts they are and to pass vitality and life from this generation to the next.
Marriage can be a lot of things; exciting, boring, fun, complicated, amazing, challenging, rewarding. But marriage is also a living, breathing metaphor of Christ and the church. Building on Scripture from Genesis, Matt Zainea uses Ephesians 5 to point us towards life-giving relationships.
Do controversial cultural trends leave you feeling worried and confused? Amidst the chaos of our world’s sexual brokenness, God’s Word bring truth, grace, clarity, and peace. Using passages from 1 Corinthians, Matt Zainea tackles some of our culture’s toughest questions.
Are your relationships chaotic? Do you face brokenness in your home or workplace? Your friendships? Your marriage? In the start of a new series, Matt Zainea offers encouragement and hope. We were created in God’s image and we were made for loving relationships.
As followers of Christ, we are called to create what is good, true and beautiful. Do we view this responsibility as a gift? Using text from Proverbs, Matt Zainea explores how virtuous work is vital for human flourishing.
What does baptism have to do with the death, burial, and resurrection of Christ? Everything! Using text from Colossians 2, Issac Bronkema shares how baptism is a visible picture of the gospel.
As a follower of Jesus Christ, what is your role in the world? Special guest, Pastor Hikmat Kashou, from Resurrection Church Beirut, Lebanon shares his unique perspective on being salt & light to those around us.
Is our love for Jesus expressed out loud? Are we quick to boldly speak of His grace? Wrapping up our Worthy of Worship series, Tate Radaz encourages us to meditate on God’s unsearchable greatness and proclaim it loudly.
How can a God who is remarkably great and beyond comprehension also be near to His people? Trent Heaton continues our Worthy of Worship series, offering wisdom and clarity to this profound question.
Do you believe God sees you? Do you believe He cares about your troubles? Using text from Psalm 145, Matt examines how God meets our needs and steps into our suffering with unmatched kindness.
All of creation is called to proclaim the glory and power of God’s kingdom. If we don’t, the very rocks will cry out! Join us as Matt Zainea uses Psalm 145 and Isaiah 60 to teach us more about being God’s church and living for His kingdom.
Do you see God’s grace, compassion, and mercy in your daily life? Do you feel His presence when things get tough? Come and be encouraged as Matt Zainea contemplates the characteristics of God described in Psalm 145:8-9.
Where did you first hear the Gospel of Jesus? Was it from a family member, a friend, a mentor? Stu Quackenbush continues our summer series Worthy of Worship with a wonderful challenge to speak about the wondrous works of God, and be a part of sharing the gospel to the next generation.