Pastor Mike shares a recent update on reopening plans for New Ground.
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.
Mike walks through the last two idols of outrage: identity and personality, and offers some next steps on how we can lead dialogue well, and it might surprise you that much of isn’t about our words and conversations. Stay connected with us at www.newgroundchurch.org/live.
Mike walks through what has been argued as our culture’s foremost idol, outrage. We take a deep dive into what this looks like in our political discussions and actions. Don’t miss this challenging and encouraging teaching on an area of divisiveness in our country and also churches.
Mike continues our series on dialogue examining righteous anger, as we examine Jesus’ shocking episode in the Temple driving out the merchants and moneychangers, and how we all too often justify our anger as righteous that might not be rooted in God’s goodness.
Mike shows how Jesus shocked his audience by showing respect to one of the most least likely people of his time, and in turn, how this helps us understand and live out the heart of dialogue.
Mike starts a new series on dialogue walking through Acts 17 and how most of us don’t know how to talk well with each other. That dialogue starts with our hearts and a posture of humility.
Pastor Mike walks through the parable of the Prodigal Son, which he believes is misnamed and offers the ultimate picture of hope especially during the pandemic and celebration of Easter.
An interactive and experiential of Jesus’ journey to the cross, best viewed in video. Interactive guide at: https://bit.ly/2VnoYvM
Pastor Mike starts our journey into Holy Week discussing God’s view of justice, and how God’s grace doesn’t have a grading scale. Keep up with us at www.newgroundchurch.org/live!
Pastor Mike walks through a story where Jesus challenges his listeners to not channel anger into retaliation, but mercy and grace.
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 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 ends our “10 Words” series walking through the commandment that serves as much of the foundation for the rest and why God desires holiness over happiness.
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 walks through the root of adultery, addressing how Jesus turned this commandment on its head that should challenge, encourage, and inspire us.