October 4, 2018
Is the American Dream-dipped Christianity what Jesus had in mind? Director Pete Bullette reveals one of the most incovenient truths of Scripture—Jesus makes your life harder.
September 25, 2018
When you think of the church, what comes to mind? Understanding why God made the church, which is often a weak spot in our theology, could actually lead to incredible transformation in our lives.
September 19, 2018
How do we remain faithful to Jesus despite fears, insecurities, and doubts that tempt us to deny Him? Professor Ken Elzinga shares his answer to this question through stories from his own life and that of Peter the disciple.
September 11, 2018
Can you trust what you see? We all go through life with a set of beliefs that color everything with which we interact. In Corinth, the church has gotten off track and needs to be reminded by Paul of the key to seeing the world as it really is.
September 4, 2018
"How did I end up here?" That's a question we never want to end up asking ourselves, but one we can run into if we don't live our lives on purpose. Chi Alpha Director Pete Bullette introduces us to book of 1 Cornithians and a counter-cultral purpose to pursue.
October 24, 2017
Dick Brogden shares the core values of Live Dead with a look at a pivotal moment in Jesus' ministry.
September 27, 2017
Pastor Brett Fuller speaks from Isaiah 55 on the importance of wise speech and actions, as well as the incredible nature of God's forgiveness.
September 19, 2017
One of the challenges of sports is playing on the road. The surroundings are unfamiliar, the crowd is hostile, and winning is very difficult. Director Pete Bullette continues the Amazed series by recounting the story of Jesus's big road win in Mark 5.
September 14, 2017
How do we respond in moments of difficulty and crisis? The reality is that who's in the boat with us is more important than what's in the storm. Director Pete Bullette speaks from Mark 4.
September 7, 2017
Director Pete Bulette continues our series in the Gospel of Mark and talks about how what we want the most is often not what we need the most.