How many times do we find ourselves in a place that we truly feel we are unqualified to be in? Struggling to "fake it til we make it", never having the confidence to fully embrace our environment? Join us as we look at what the Bible actually says about your circumstances and how to know God has placed you there for such a time as this.
This week we discuss the shortest of the gospel accounts, the Gospel of Mark. Discover why mark began his gospel account the way he did and purposely infused a stage of apocalyptic themes from the prophets to present the power of who Yeshua and how it changes us forever.
John wanted to pen his account of Yeshua with the sole focus always on Yeshua as front and center. Unlike Matthew, Mark, and Luke, John chooses to portray Yeshua as, not the trajectory of the story of Israel, but as ever-present before and during the story of Israel. In this message, we review what those implications are for believers today and what the dangers are in losing focus on that fact.
Join us as we continue our Missed Connections series as we dive into the Gospel according to John and find a scandalous assertion by a man named Phillip. What does John have to say about this new King that reigns over empires and how can we as believers grasp that eternal hope? We discuss this and more during this week's livestream services.
Paul, although not alive during 2020, went through quite a lot as well. From being a victim of political unrest to being beaten, thrown into jail, and even finding himself the only source of encouragement for a ship full of sailors as that wreck. How do we come to a place of "finding rest" just as Yeshua told us? How are we to understand His command of taking on "His yoke"? All this and more on this week's Shabbat livestream!
This week, we take a break from our current series in light of the season we find ourselves in, the season of gratitude. We explore the scriptures and revisit the story of Yeshua healing the 10 lepers and how it should impact the way you view your children, family, and relationship with God. You cannot be thankful for something that you feel entitled to.