Sermons on Discipleship
Pastor Mike starts a new series on the book of Revelation as we examine why the doctrine of the Second Coming of Jesus is important, and how it is especially encouraging in the times we find ourselves in.
Jason Radmacher, one of our elders, walks through 1 Peter and recognizing patterns between then and now, and the importance of engaging the Scripture in community.
Pastor Mike continues our Lenten series as he walks through the Parable of the Rich Fool and evaluates how to approach our abundance.
Pastor Mike talks through how taking care of the forgotten Jesus takes personally.
Pastor Mike starts a new series for Lent asking questions of the receptivity of our hearts for God to work, and that it might take more patience than we think.
Pastor Mike walks through the power of our words, all of the ways we attack others’ integrity and why God takes it seriously.
Guest Rev. Emmett Brown walks through ways that we steal from others that are less tangible than physical theft.
Pastor Mike closes our series on Emotionally Healthy Spirituality, and challenges us to create points of application in being intentional and functional
Pastor Mike leads us through a discussion on handling grief.
Pastor Mike walks through how do handle spiritual dryness or the “dark night of the soul.”
Pastor Mike begins are series on Emotionally Healthy Spirituality, diving into the temptations that Jesus faced that we also wrestled with in remembering our identity…in a time of emotional fragility. *Note: Video is follow-up to teaching. Teaching is in audio only.
Pastor Mike walks through how we view and handle our money/resources points to a much deeper reality according to Jesus.
Pastor Mike talks through how to walk from busyness to living a generous life with our time.
Pastor Mike concludes our series on Letters We Forgot About with a return to the book of Jude, and a study on how true love should manifest in our lives.
Join us as special guest Nate Younker discusses his ministry with Ebenezer Discipleship Training Center, and God’s desire for all of us to live as missionaries.