Podcast

Creative Conversations – Matt Destry

Pastor Matt Destry concludes the Everyday Faith series speaking from 1 Samuel 25 regarding the power of our words to build up or tear down. Are we using our lives to create life? Are we speaking peoples’ potential over them? What world will exist from the words we are speaking?​

Matt Destry​

Living Stones – Ben Kumar

Continuing our series Everyday Faith, Pastor Ben Kumar shared from Ephesians 2:19–22 and 1 Peter 2:5 regarding how each of us is a unique stone that BELONGS in the Kingdom that God is building. We are reminded that when Jesus is the cornerstone of every part of our lives we are placed exactly where we belong.

Ben Kumar

The Role of the Church in Discipleship, A Conversation Pt 2 – Phil Hamilton. Paul Cameron, Andy Bennett & Moriah Weston

In this the second of a two part discussion panel, Phil Hamilton, Moriah Weston, Paul Cameron and Andy Bennett look at the role of the individuals and the church in carrying out the great commission to go and make disciples.

Phil Hamilton. Paul Cameron, Andy Bennett & Moriah Weston

The Role of the Church in Discipleship, A Converstation Pt 1 – Phil Hamilton. Paul Cameron, Andy Bennett & Moriah Weston

In this the first of a two part discussion panel, Phil Hamilton, Moriah Weston, Paul Cameron and Andy Bennett look at the role of the individuals and the church in carrying out the great commission to go and make disciples.

Phil Hamilton. Paul Cameron, Andy Bennett & Moriah Weston

Ghost Stations – Matt Destry

Pastor Matt Destry continues our “On the Road Series” at the AM services with his message “Ghost Stations”. Unpacking Luke 10, Matt explained that a disciple is one in form AND function. We need safe people discipling us. But we also need to be graciously discipling others. This is urgent work that requires us to give and receive with vulnerability and generosity.

Matt Destry

Walking the Road with Jesus – Phil Hamilton

Pastor Phil Hamilton continues our “On the Road Series” with his message “Walking the Road with Jesus”. He reflects from Mark 10. As the disciples were grappling with Jesus speaking of His death we can only wonder at their emotional state. They were astonished by the peace and even the joy of Christ as He spoke of His own torture and death. It’s in this we see what it means to abide. As Christ abides with the Father there is joy, no matter the circumstances. As we abide in Christ there is joy, as we attach ourselves to Christ there is peace.

Phil Hamilton