“This past Sunday, Pastor Brad shared his message, “Grateful For: My Present.” Grateful people find that the ingredients for the blessing they need are already in their possession. This message gives us helpful tools to recognize the opportunities for blessing that are already around us.
This message is part two in our series “Grateful For…” Last week, we were encouraged to be grateful for our past. This week, Pastor Brad Kahler instructs us to be grateful for our present. Practicing gratitude in our current circumstances helps us to take full advantage of our present, which transforms our future.
This past Sunday, we started a brand new series titled, “Grateful For.” Although this is an incomplete statement, Pastor Brad will complete it each week. Today’s sermon is “Grateful for My Past.” Check out this message to hear more about how the struggles and difficulties of your past were not a setback, but a setup for your destiny.”
You’re surrounded!” could be a statement of either danger or safety. That duality is just what Pastor Brad talked about this past weekend as we concluded our “Pick Your Battles” series. He shared how we can see God in our situation whenever we are surrounded by opposition and believe that God will exceed our expectations in the end.
This is the first sermon in a series called “Pick Your Battles” In this message, Pastor Brad Kahler encourages us to correctly choose how to fight our battles by worshiping in the midst of our concerns; instead of worrying our way through them.
This is the third sermon in our “Destinations” series. Pastor Brad Kahler shares this message about the crucial importance of relationships within the body of Christ; using the bond between Jonathan and David as an example. Enjoy!
Pastor Brad breaks down how generational tensions arise in churches and in life in general, and speaks about the role of honor in dissolving them. God’s pattern of honor creates healthy hearts and healthy cultures in which everyone is significant and valued. Honoring one another the way God prescribes will set the stage for God to move marvelously in our church and world.
Using the story of Lazarus, Pastor Brad Kahler demonstrate how God always hears us, and how His love helps us overcome the stresses of urgency, the fear of neglect, and the pain of disappointment.
Are you living by design, or by default? In this sermon, Pastor Brad Kahler uses the account of David’s anointing as an example of how family, familiarity and failure can get in the way of us seeing God’s amazing plans for our lives. It is by knowing God’s truth of who we are, of what He has determined to be truly valuable in culture, and what is realistic in God’s eyes; that can enable us to escape the default setting the world has for us; and live according to God’s grander design.