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We are in a season of exploring the 7 marks of Emotionally Healthy Discipleship. According to Pastor Pete Scazzero, spiritual maturity and emotional health are inseparable. It is not possible to have one without the other. In today’s message, the sixth mark we are looking at is making love the measure of spiritual maturity. Scripturally, there is a…
 
We are in a season of exploring the 7 marks of Emotionally Healthy Discipleship. According to Pastor Pete Scazzero, spiritual maturity and emotional health are inseparable. It is not possible to have one without the other. In today’s message, the fifth mark we are looking at is learning to BE with God before we DO for God. We study the desert rhyth…
 
We are in a season of exploring the 7 marks of Emotionally Healthy Discipleship. According to Pastor Pete Scazzero, spiritual maturity and emotional health are inseparable. It is not possible to have one without the other. In today’s message, the fourth mark we are looking at is discovering the treasures buried in grief & loss. God wants to birth s…
 
We are in a season of exploring the 7 marks of Emotionally Healthy Discipleship. According to Pastor Pete Scazzero, spiritual maturity and emotional health are inseparable. It is not possible to have one without the other. In today’s message, the third mark we are looking at is breaking the power of the past on our current attitudes and behaviors. …
 
We are in a season of exploring the 7 marks of Emotionally Healthy Discipleship. According to Pastor Pete Scazzero, spiritual maturity and emotional health are inseparable. It is not possible to have one without the other. In today’s message, the second mark we are looking at is following the crucified, not the Americanized, Jesus. Western church c…
 
We are in a season of exploring the 7 marks of Emotionally Healthy Discipleship. According to Pastor Pete Scazzero, spiritual maturity and emotional health are inseparable. It is not possible to have one without the other. In today’s message, we are introducing this series by looking at the four failures of modern discipleship in addressing emotion…
 
Our preaching development team continues with Fran Basuel and Lanice Pullano speaking. Fran teaches on Mary & Martha from Luke 10. We learn the one thing that is necessary to be spiritually healthy in the midst of the pressures of life. Lanice teaches on the privilege of prayer from Luke 11. The Lord's Prayer gives us the model to have a thriving r…
 
Today, we have both Pastor Aaron & Liz Kuzen sharing. Pastor Aaron teaches from Mark 7:24-30 about the Syrophoenician woman. This woman has a lot to teach us about receiving the miracles we are praying for! Liz teaches from Genesis 32:22-30 about Jacob wrestling with God. Using the scriptures and her own testimony, she shows us how to trust God and…
 
Join us as we encounter God through worship and teaching from the Bible. Today, we have both Pastor Aaron & Jon Sugibayashi sharing. Sugi teaches us from Genesis 30:25-43 that what we behold we reproduce. The things we focus our attention on will determine what kind of fruit our life produces. Pastor Aaron looks at God's sovereignty in Genesis thro…
 
Today begins the next phase of preaching development as members of our development team will each share 15 minutes sermons. In today's messages, Roy Nagata shares on The Blessed Life from Matthew 5. God has given us everything we need to live the blessed life. Then Andrew Chidester shares on Balancing Act from Matthew 6. We need to find the balance…
 
In today's message, our children's director, Sarah Reis, recaps the messages she taught to the children at Sports Camp. Studying 1st Timothy 4:11-12, we learn the importance of playing like we are in the majors, even when we are still in the minor leagues. Don't let anyone think less of you because you are young! We are called to set the example of…
 
As we celebrate Father's Day, we continue to explore the book of Esther. In today's message, we look at the three petitions that Esther made to the king to deliver the Jewish people. The Jews survived the enemy's plan against them because they prepared for war, they stood up to fight, and they refused to stop until the victory was complete.…
 
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