Continuing our new series, “One Thing”, Pastor Brad Kahler taught this week on the one thing we are: children of God. God wants to restore us to the extravagance of our relationship with him, but to do that we must forget the past and fasten our hearts to the future. This important truth sets us free from all other names and labels we have carried. We are one thing: children of God.
In this first part of our new series entitled “One Thing,” Pastor Brad Kahler encourages us to reflect on the responses of Martha and Mary to a visitation from Jesus. These responses need to be free of distractions, even details that one might perceive to be “good” on the surface. Jesus is not interested in being “hosted” by our hearts. He wants to take up residence in our hearts. This message is in two parts. This is the first part.
In this first sermon from our new series entitled “One Thing,” Pastor Brad Kahler encourages us to reflect on the responses of Martha and Mary to a visitation from Jesus. Our responses need to be free of distractions, even details that one might perceive to be “good” on the surface. Jesus does not want to be “hosted” by our hearts. He wants to have residence in our hearts. This message is in two parts. This is the second part.
The final sermon in our series called “Repeat the Sounding Joy”, Pastor Brad Kahler emphasizes how much God desires for us to now him more. The essential message of Christmas is that God wants to be known and that Jesus came to earth to be the visible proof of the invisible God.
In this sermon, Pastor Brad Kahler unpacks the truths found in the traditional Christmas song, “Oh Holy Night.”
“This weekend we wrapped up our “Grateful For” series with a special message from Pastor Brad about the FUTURE. God has great things in store for CCC, and we can’t wait to see what God is about to do in this new season. Let us know how you are praying for and engaging in this season of transition!”
“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.