Pastor Chris simply encourages us to put our eyes on Christ and to not allow for the things that change to drive your actions, but to keep to God’s purposes and plans.
Pastor Chris shares on some of the common questions that he has received during a time of mourning after the death of a local high school student. First is the question of what could I have done to prevent this, and the second is why would God allow this to happen. Looking at death, the
Pastor Chris talks about allowing the Holy Spirit to enter into the space between our emotions and our actions. Allowing the Holy Spirit room to shape us, ultimately gives us the ability to become more like Christ every day.
Pastor Chris shares on how teachable disciples are mature disciples. Psalm 141:5 and Ephesians 4:11-16. Be encouraged that God is going to help us mature as we allow those who desire to lift us and build us up give us help and insights into how we are to grow and become more like Christ.
Super Bowl of Prayer This Sunday is the Super Bowl and if you are anything like me (raised in the Pacific Northwest) there is only one football team to root for whether you like them or not and that is the Seattle Seahawks. I grew up a fan of the Boz, and was in shock
Faith and Offenses Have you ever been offended by a “religiou s” person? Have you seen their faults, failures, and even blatant errors and thought of throwing in the towel? I know I have. I have been disappointed, and have no doubt disappointed others. I talk with many who feel this is the main reason