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.
Pastor Jon Sherrill walks through Romans 5 on the significance of how Christ’s forgiveness shapes us to live in the world today.
Emmett Brown reflects on the most memorized verse in the Bible, an whether we have thought through what is says about God, his posture toward us, and how we should be toward others.
Pastor Mike walks through the letter to Philadelphia, where he addresses two different responses when fires come in our lives.
Pastor Mike is back as he continues walking through the letters to the churches in Revelation. This week we talk through Thyatira and what the phrase “hold fast” means to them and how true it is still for us, especially during this season.
Guest Eric English gives insights on what the gospel looks like in an age of a global pandemic.
Emmett Michael Brown walks through how the ancient message to the church of Sardis is a message still prevalent right now.
Guest Pastor Jon Sherrill talks about what it means to be a disciple, and that this is our primary call.
Pastor Mike walks through the situation in Pergamum, which has significant relevance on a Christ followers’ response to culture.
Mike continues our series through the book of Revelation talking about Jesus’ letter to Smyrna, who were faced with life or death decisions identifying as Jesus-followers. Mike walks through the context of this story, where Jesus issues a response from all people…allegiance.
Pastor Mike details the intense worship cult in Ephesus as Jesus addresses his first of 7 churches. Jesus praises the church for the effort in weeding out false teachers, but gives a stern warning to the church on “losing its first love.”
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.
Mike gives an honest reflection as a bi-racial person who grew up with all the benefits of white privilege. We pray this can be the start of listening, learning, lamenting, and confessing. Find a resource page to get started recommended by black, indigenous, and other people of color at newgroundchurch.org/live.
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 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.