Service that gives glory to God flows from a heart that truly understands the grace we’ve received. The following message was given by Pastor Steve Lee and comes from Exodus 35:4-29.
Jesus washes His disciples’ feet in a rich display of His love for them, but rather than embracing this act of love, it makes Peter uncomfortable. We must learn to be loved by God in a way that sometimes will make us uncomfortable and love one another in the same way. The following message was given by Pastor Chris Kim. It’s entitled “Uncomfortable Love” and comes from John 13:1-10.
Our inability to see God for who He truly is keeps us from approaching him with confidence but Jesus upends our incomplete picture of God and reveals to us a God who is not only approachable and near but merciful, loving and kind. This is the second message of our Advent series and comes from Hebrews 1:1-8 and was given by Pastor Peter Cho.
As entrusted servants to God’s resources, He daily calls us to surrender to Him and His purpose for our lives. We often struggle at the heart level between what is God’s and what is mine. The wise and faithful servant understands that we are stewards of His resources and surrenders to His purpose. The following message was given by Pastor Eujin Ahn and comes from Matthew 25:14-31 and is entitled “Entrusted by the Master”.
God exiled the people of Israel to hated Babylon not just in judgment of the nation but to be a light to other nations. In that same way, sometimes God will redirect our circumstances to be a light of his love to a lost and broken world. The following message entitled “Seek the Shalom of the City” is the ninth from our series in “Jeremiah”. It was given by Pastor Steve Lee and comes from Jeremiah 29.
Regardless of our current circumstances, we can have hope for our future because even in the midst of God’s discipline we know that His ultimate plans are for our good. The following message entitled “Hope in Action” is the eighth from our series in “Jeremiah”. It was given by Pastor Steve Lee and comes from Jeremiah 32.