Why is the life of Jesus so powerful and distinct? He left no writings, commanded no armies, built no structures and, yet, Jesus remains the most influential person who ever lived.
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Because of Jesus, we can love each other, the local church and the city of Fort Collins in ways that aren’t possible on our own.
Jesus meets us where we’re at so that we can find hope, faith and healing in him. That’s good news, no matter where you are or what your struggles are.
That never-ending rabbit hole of YouTube videos is pretty entertaining but it’s not always edifying. Jesus can satisfy your needs better than Charlie the unicorn can, anyway.
Speaker: Mitch Majeski Date: Apr 08, 2012
Pastor Mitch delivers the final message in our series on the book of Psalms on Easter Sunday.
Speaker: Mitch Majeski Date: Apr 01, 2012
Our little-h helpers will, sooner or later, let us down. We must become like the Psalmist, always praising God, "for his steadfast love endures forever."
Speaker: Aaron Ritter Date: Mar 25, 2012
Music is an arrow, God is the target. Pastor Aaron takes us through Psalms 150 and its applications towards worship music in a corporate church setting.
Speaker: John Meyer Date: Mar 18, 2012
Where do you seek refuge? If we follow Christ, we will suffer and we will lose out on things of this world. But our dreams don't end here. God's boundaries protect our humanity and our relationship with the One who saved us.
Speaker: Mitch Majeski Date: Mar 11, 2012
Speaker: Mitch Majeski Date: Mar 04, 2012
Speaker: Pat Sokoll Date: Feb 26, 2012
Speaker: Aaron Ritter Date: Feb 19, 2012
Speaker: John Meyer Date: Feb 12, 2012
Speaker: Mitch Majeski Date: Feb 05, 2012
Speaker: Mitch Majeski Date: Jan 29, 2012
Speaker: Aaron Ritter Date: Jan 22, 2012
Aaron Ritter delivers the opening sermon in our series on the Psalms.
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