Sermons on Spiritual Growth
Pastor Emmett Brown challenges the unbiblical teaching of, “God will not give you more than you can handle,” and provides solace about how God uses the “tests” in our lives.
While we cannot air this on our audio podcast due to copyrights), you can watch the whole gathering on our YouTube channel! Visit https://youtu.be/N3ntaUtPIHo to watch this special, and well-placed gathering bathed in Scripture, prayer, and music.
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 responds to the coronavirus pandemic offering some encouragement in the midst of much anxiety as New Ground starts meeting online.
Pastor Mike walks through how do handle spiritual dryness or the “dark night of the soul.”
Pastor Mike invites us to consider our past and how it impacts our future
Pastor Mike shares the biblical precedent for giving sacrificially.
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 walks through Jesus’ posture on leading and giving well, service.
Pastor Mike begins a new series speaking about how generosity is woven into the fabric of the universe. *Video is follow-up to teaching, not Sunday teaching.
Pastor Mike concludes our series on prayer by inviting us into the rhythm of the Learning Circle. *Note: Video is follow-up to this teaching, not teaching itself.
Pastor Mike continues our series on prayer as he discusses the space of the whisper in prayer, the demahmah.
Pastor Mike walks through some ways to discern God’s voice from other voices.
Pastor Mike walks through one of the most difficult questions on prayer and the best response we can give.
Pastor Mike starts our “Questions on Prayer” series by talking through why God responds to our prayers.
Jason explores the biblical principle of stewardship from its biblical origins up through modern worship, and challenges us to rise up to the calling of stewardship.
Jack Droppers talks about the practice of gratitude.
Jack Droppers reminds us of the value of silence and solitude.