Remy continues the series by looking at four stories where Jesus puts people to the test. Will they trust him or not? Download the file here to read the manuscript of the message.
We continue our look at Jesus as he proves his power over nature, evil, sickness and death. Remy also looks at the issue of faith. Does your faith heal you? Does God withhold good things from you if you lack faith?
Guest speaker, Adam Christian, continued our series on Mark by looking at the story Jesus told about a farmer sowing seed in his field. It’s a great lesson on how Gods kingdom enters this world and your role in it happening.Read the text of the message by downloading the file here.
Remy continues the series by looking at five stories that reveal the nature of
God’s kingdom. He also reveals what the “unforgivable sin” really is. Read the message by downloading the message and study questions here.
In our final week of the series, “Preventing Relational Meltdowns” pastor Kyle shared about preventing relational meltdowns with our kids. In this message Kyle explored that to prevent relational meltdowns with our kids we must love them like Jesus loves them. That is much easier said than done. Kyle’s wife Anna Gunderson along with Darren and Sarah Shonts helped add practical wisdom on how we can love our kids with the same type of love that Jesus has for them. You can listen, watch, or read the sermon HERE.
In week #2 of our series, “Preventing Relational Meltdowns” Matt and Suzie Kendziera share about how each and every one of us have conflict in our lives and how we can all make changes to prevent these conflicts from becoming Relational Meltdowns. Matt and Suzie are the cofounders of “In It Together” marriage ministry, they continue to inspire many couples in our congregation through this message and their marriage date nights. Thanks Matt and Suzie for being apart of the Cedarbrook family.
In week #1 of our new sermon Series “Preventing Relational Meltdowns” Pastor Remy and his wife Lisa share wisdom from 40 years of marriage that might help you prevent relational meltdowns!