How to Worship in a Busy Season : Mark 14 (April 2, 2023, 10:42 p.m. )
How do you worship God in a busy season? Today, as we continue our series through Mark, pastor Jon Kragel shares that worship is never wasted. In the middle of the busyness leading up to Easter, let's remember to prayerfully approach God with devotion, humility, and generosity. Today's message comes from Mark chapter 14, where Mary anoints Jesus at Bethany.
The Central Question : Mark 12:28–34 (March 26, 2023, 2:39 p.m. )
What is the central goal of life? Who has the authority to define it? Today, we're honored to host pastor Nolan Tjaden, who's planting the Garden Church in the west valley later this year. Nolan will be preaching from Mark 12, continuing our series, Who Is Jesus, as we study the Great Commandment.
Dress For Success : Mark 9:33-45 (March 19, 2023, 2:33 p.m. )
‘Dress for Success’ is a now outdated book on how to dress to get ahead in this world. But just what does it mean to get ahead? What does it look like to come in first? And is it really worth it? Today guest speaker Pastor Dave Reno will look at three unusual pieces of wardrobe that will position you for advancement. (Mark 9:33-45)
Did You Forget? : Mark 8 (March 12, 2023, 7:26 p.m. )
Forgetting the goodness of God doesn't stop the goodness of God doesn't stop the goodness of God, but it does impair our experience of His goodness. Today, pastor Jon Kragel continues our series, Who Is Jesus, as he preaches through Mark chapter 8 to discuss the importance of remembering Jesus' identity and mission.
Solving Your Biggest Problem : Mark 7 (March 5, 2023, 4:18 p.m. )
No religious, political, or economic system will need your greatest need. What is your greatest need, and how does Jesus meet that need? Join us today for church online to find out as pastor Jon Kragel preaches through Mark 7. No one is good enough to have a seat at God's table, but Jesus invites everyone to come.
The Power of God's Word : Mark 4 (Feb. 26, 2023, 8:53 p.m. )
You can trust God's Word to transform your life. God's Word is simple like a seed, but stronger than a storm. Today, as we continue our series, Who Is Jesus?, pastor Jon Kragel teaches from Mark 4 to show the power of God's Word. In the message you'll learn 4 challenges of the heart, as well as 4 encouragements in the storm.
The Sick, The Searching, & The Skeptics : Mark 2:1-28 (Feb. 19, 2023, 6:09 p.m. )
Jesus is for everyone and is Lord over everything. Whether you're sick, searching, or skeptical, Jesus is FOR you. However, as followers of Jesus, we must remember that Jesus is Lord over everything, which means He wants all of you, not just part of you. Be encouraged today that Jesus is FOR you, and be challenged to live with Jesus as Lord over everything in your life.
What's Your Game Plan : Mark 1:12-45 (Feb. 12, 2023, 2:04 p.m. )
Jesus is our savior to worship and our model to follow. Today, as we continue week two of our series through the gospel of Mark, pastor Jon Kragel shares how Jesus' life shows His power to save as well as His care for humanity. (from Mark 1:12-45)
The Crown & The Cross : Mark 1:1-11 (Feb. 5, 2023, 7:24 p.m. )
Who is Jesus? Today we begin a new series looking at the most talked about figure in history through studying the least talked about Gospel account, Mark. As we look at the introduction to the Gospel of Mark, and verses 1-11 of chapter 1, pastor Jon Kragel shares how Jesus has the power and the passion to save you. He also shares why Jesus got baptized and why you should consider getting baptized as well.