If we are to truly follow Jesus, it means leaving sin behind. However, often times in our walk with Christ, we find ourselves looking over our shoulder and clinging to parts of our old life. Director Pete Bullette continues our Marked by the Cross series with a powerful call to take radical steps to cut sin out of our lives.
Now that you're Amazed by Jesus, do you know what it means to follow Him? Director Pete Bullette begins a new series, Marked by the Cross, with a sermon on how to commune with God and what it looks like to be saturated with His presence.
Have you ever been curious about what faith in Jesus looks like or how it is suppossed to change us? Director Pete Bullette closes out our Amazed series with a sermon on Mark 5 that shows us the nature of faith in Jesus.
Do you ever wonder how much sin Jesus is able to forgive? Have you ever been curious about how He was (and still is) able to compel people to follow Him? Pete continues our Amazed series with a sermon on Jesus's pursuit of the Sick and ends with a powerful exhortation on how we should respond.
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.
This semester we are walking through the Gospel of Mark in our series Amazed. In moments of decision, at crossroads of life, will we choose to follow Jesus, or something else? Director Pete Bullette introduces the series with an account of Jesus' first followers who had to make a trajectory-setting decision.
We've all had moments in relationships where our expectations did not match our experience. In those moments, what fills the gap? What we choose to believe about people will either cause our relationships to flourish or to fall apart.
Do you often find yourself overwhelmed by never-ending lists of projects and multiple priorities competing for your time? If so, this message is for you! The key to thriving in our walk with Jesus is not doing more, but doing the one essential thing.