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How do you proclaim the Word of God to a people who assume they are their own gods? When Paul found himself in a city overwhelmed by idol worship, his heart burned to see them come to know the resurrected king. See how Paul took their known world and filled it with the good news of Jesus.על ידי Pastor Tim Beavis
 
Have you ever asked someone to share something, only to realize you wish you hadn’t? The synagogue rulers of Antioch know how you feel. When Paul and his companions start their first missionary journey, they are given the opportunity to share in a synagogue, and the aftermath is a city in chaos and a new group of disciples.…
 
A devout Jew would never eat anything that was not kosher, and the early church was made up of such men and women. These barriers prevented the gospel from spreading to people dwelling right next to the former Jews. What is the Holy Spirit’s solution? To offer Peter bunnies, bears, and bacon.על ידי Pastor Matt Johnson
 
The radical way of living that characterized the followers of Jesus was made clear through their unity of heart and soul. They were willing to give of what they had to support the needy, building up a community where all were united in their love of God and neighbor. This week we will look at the selflessness of the early church and the tension cre…
 
Before Jesus ascended, the disciples assumed the next item on the agenda would be to overthrow Rome and restore Jerusalem and Israel to the Jews. Instead, Jesus promised the disciples the Holy Spirit and sent them on a mission that would cover the globe. Join us as we begin our Witness series to see how the Holy Spirit worked in Acts and continues …
 
Jesus proclaimed a kingdom that turned the values of the world upside-down, but should it have been so revolutionary? The answer to this question comes in Luke 24, where we see Luke's account of the resurrection. Join us as we look at the final teachings of Jesus from Luke.על ידי Pastor Matt Johnson
 
The entirety of the Old Testament points to Jesus as the hope for the Jews (and all nations), so why did they have so much trouble with what Jesus taught when he came? The truth is, the kingdom of God is an upside-down kingdom when compared with the values of any kingdom in this world. Join us for a two week series covering the big ideas of Luke, s…
 
Reconciliation often involves two dimensions, personal and material. In most cases, it is best to use a cooperative approach which seeks to find mutually beneficial solutions, but as we find in Philippians 2:1-18, sometimes the best approach is a simple willingness to put the interests of others first.…
 
Biblical forgiveness is not a matter of feeling better toward an offender, or a matter of forgetting or excusing behavior. God expects us to forgive others exactly the same way that He has forgiven us through Christ, and Matthew 18:21-35 demonstrates just how important forgiveness is for us and for others!…
 
Although it is often the case that the faults and sins of others are overlooked, there are times when doing so only prolongs alienation and encourages them to continue acting in a hurtful manner. If God is being dishonored, relationships are being damaged, or others are being hurt, Matthew 18:15-20 offer us steps for how to address grievous sin.…
 
To be an effective peacemaker, you must deal honestly with your own faults. In 1 and 2 Samuel we are given three examples of what it looks like to deal with your faults. In each, we will learn more about guidelines for having a cleansing process that will enable us to be better prepared and able for God to work in and through you and your relations…
 
Whenever there is conflict, it is critical to consider how you may be contributing to the problem, either directly or indirectly. Before focusing on what others have done wrong, it is wise to reflect on Matthew 7:1-6, and carefully examine the way you have been thinking, speaking and acting.על ידי Pastor Matt Johnson
 
One of the easiest ways to be the opposite of a peacemaker is to have unrealistic expectations. In Proverbs 31:10-21 we are invited to look at a picture of wisdom and measured expectations. If we want to live at peace with ourselves and others in the world, we need to come to terms with who we are and what we should pursue in order to live well in …
 
Some conflicts can be properly resolved only through confrontation, confession, forgiveness and negotiation. But there are many more that can be properly resolved by simply overlooking minor offenses. 1 Peter 4:7-11 is a reminder that each of us can choose to relinquish our rights for the benefit of strengthening a relationship and for the sake of …
 
The message given by Jesus and the apostles is very clear – whether our conflicts involve minor irritations or major legal issues, peace and unity are of great importance to God! Peace-making is not an optional activity, especially for Christ-followers, and as we find in Matthew 5:21-26, it has a significant impact on our worship!…
 
In 1 Corinthians 10:31-11:1, the apostle Paul teaches that conflict provides opportunities to glorify God, to serve others, and to grow to be like Christ. This concern for faithfulness to God, compassion and mercy toward others, and righteous behavior is echoed throughout the Bible.על ידי Pastor Richard Wollard
 
Humans cannot live without hope. Hope is an essential part of our everyday lives, and knowing the hope that Christ provides is the key to living a full life! Join us this Easter for a message that will impact how you live today, and is sure to transform how you live for tomorrow!על ידי Pastor Richard Wollard
 
As Jesus hung on the cross, he uttered seven last phrases of great meaning that have great meaning to anyone that would reflect on His passion and death. Join us for our special Good Friday service as we look at the last words of Jesus and celebrate communion together.על ידי Pastor Richard Wollard
 
Nobody was “social-distancing” that first Palm Sunday, instead the crowds gathered full of expectation and anticipation. But what were they expecting? Join us this Sunday as we prepare for Easter, and consider that Jesus often doesn’t meet our expectations, but instead does something so much better!על ידי Pastor Tim Beavis
 
Do you have a vision that moves you beyond your circumstances and provides an everlasting hope! Join us for this special message as we look at lessons from Jehoshaphat in 2 Chronicles 20, and encourage one another through what otherwise could be a difficult time!על ידי Pastor Richard Wollard
 
On Saturday evening, our Springbrook elder board prayerfully and unanimously made the decision to move all of our normal Sunday morning services online, and cancel all ministry activities until further notice. In the midst of this ongoing situation, Pastor Rich was able to biring our first Springbrook Live service stream online from his office on h…
 
That God Himself would take on flesh and come and dwell amongst us is astounding. Yet that is what we celebrate at Christmas. We have a God who is with us, and we have a God who delights to use the most unexpected of people to accomplish His incredible purposes - how can we not worship Him?על ידי Pastor Tim Beavis
 
All of humanity fell into sin with a single event, and the result is that we all face death. We have all been plagued by sin and its effects, and we all need to be saved from death. Here is the good news about Christmas: God has a plan and he has provided us a savior! Discover the true wonder of Christmas, that no matter where you are or what you h…
 
God promised to Abraham that his descendants would bless the entire earth, and we find this promise fulfilled in Jesus! As God’s people today, we are a fulfillment of that promise and a part of God's plan to transform lives! Let us work together to help our community, nation and the world to discover more of Jesus and the true meaning of Christmas!…
 
We have so much to be thankful for, that setting aside just one day a year hardly seems enough. But could it be, that in our thankfulness for all the blessings that we enjoy, we’re actually missing the whole point of thanksgiving? Join us as we rediscover from Psalm 138 why our thanksgiving must be rooted in the greatness of God.…
 
This Sunday we are concluding our “Conversations with Jesus” series in John 21, with Jesus talking once again to Peter about moving beyond the past in order to fully experience the forgiveness, love and grace that is extended at the cross. No matter where you are, no matter what you have done, God’s grace is sufficient and His call on your life to …
 
When Jesus is brought to Pilate, there are no charges listed. Through his conversations with Jesus, Pilate finds no grounds to kill him, and even seeks to release him. Pilate, the ultimate human authority in whether or not Jesus would die on the cross, could not find any reason Jesus should die and yet allowed Jesus to be killed. Join us as we disc…
 
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