• Enneagram #5 – The Observer | Matt Brown

    The Observer type is the thoughtful, insightful, and calm people whose motivation is to uncover the truth and stay competent. But what happens when they shift from being competent and observant to just detached and avoidant?

  • Excuse Factory | Carey Nieuwhof

    If you really audit your thoughts, you’ll realize that you probably make a lot of excuses as to why you can’t be healthier, more positive, more faithful, more hopeful, more kind, more determined, more effective...more whatever. This week, we’ll look at why it’s time to stop making excuses, and how to do it.

  • Embracing Suffering for the Glory of Christ | Francis Chan

    On January 29th, 2016, at Convocation, North America’s largest weekly gathering of Christian students, Francis Chan spoke to students about embracing suffering for the glory of Christ. He encouraged students to radically change their mindset and rejoice in suffering, because it is a sign that they are beginning to resemble Jesus.

  • The Greatest Showman | Lori Wilhite

    In this sleeper, holiday hit, PT Barnum pulls together a bunch of misfits to create the greatest show on earth. We also learn of the dangers of living for the applause of others. Come learn how to keep our focus on God and family above chasing the cheers of the crowd.

  • What Is It Like to Enjoy God? | John Piper

    God created you not mainly to do things for him, but to delight in him. The more we enjoy God, the most he is honored, and our very purpose in life is fulfilled.

Ice Fest | Jud Wilhite
Enneagram #5 – The Observer | Matt Brown
Excuse Factory | Carey Nieuwhof
Embracing Suffering for the Glory of Christ | Francis Chan
The Greatest Showman | Lori Wilhite
What Is It Like to Enjoy God? | John Piper

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No matter how strong our faith is, we all have moments when we come to the end of ourselves. The problem is, if we’re honest, we aren’t sure if God can meet us in that place. But if we offer our desperation to God in prayer, we will find him eager to listen, eager to forgive, eager to heal, eager to step in … and help.


We all have messages that play back in our mind. So… What do you usually think about? Think you’re not good enough? Smart enough? Think your life isn’t worth that much? Or that you’ve messed up too many times? Maybe you’re full of excuses as to why things never change. How do you change what you think about you? God has some surprising things to say about you. And some things to say about what you think about. It all hinges on the messages you play back in your mind. Changing your mind can change your life.

What Would Jesus Undo?

We tie ourselves in knots going through the motions to meet the world’s expectations. But you weren’t created for that. If He was editing your life, What Would Jesus Undo?

The Rebuilt Life

From rebuilding the walls of Jerusalem to rebuilding our spiritual lives, Pastor Greg shares from the Book of Nehemiah and encourages we as believers how to rebuild our spiritual life while helping others along the way.

Dear God

When the disciples asked Jesus how they should pray, He talked about simple words and humble attitudes, checking the fluff, pretense, and ego at the door. In The Lord’s Prayer, Jesus gives us all a perfect model for talking to God that aligns our hearts with His heart.

Prayer is about real answers to real questions. And when we say Dear God, He is listening.


Restore is a three-session, documentary-style video series that will challenge us all to do better at helping others. As a church, we’re learning to think differently about missions so Restore will help individuals, families, and LifeGroups to think more clearly than ever about how we can all bring restoration to our communities and the world in the most effective way possible.

You Asked For It

It’s that one question that comes to mind whenever people talk about God, faith, or church – that question that makes us unsure of God, and if believing in Him makes any sense.

A Series Called: You

Who am I? Everyone asks that question, no matter their age or status in life. If we truly are supposed to be real with others, shouldn’t that start with learning how to be real with ourselves? We think so. Join us for a new series all about YOU as we learn about who we are as individuals and how self-discovery can improve every part of our lives.

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