Are we fed up with how trying to make our lives, ourselves better, never really works? John finishes up our series on The Good Life with the four warning signs Jesus gives at the end of the Sermon on the Mount.
Our relationships are a key indicator of how much of the good life we have experienced, and they highlight areas we still need to grow and be changed by Jesus. In this message, Brian focuses on a key dynamic that comes up in our relationships: our judgmental attitudes.
If there is one thing we have learned from our study of the Sermon on the Mount, it is that Jesus doesn’t shy away from difficult topics. Casey shares on what Jesus has to say about divorce and our marriage covenants.
Liar Liar Pants on Fire really sums up our world today. There’s an avalanche of lies from the media, from politicians, and from the church, but really, we all tell lies. John shares about how Jesus is inviting us to change and experience more of the good life with Him.
The “good life” that Jesus describes in the Sermon on the Mount does sound really good. And it can also often feel beyond our reach. In this message, Brian Brinkert and special guest John Doyel share how Jesus is able to free us from things like lust, sexual brokenness, as well as any other kind of significant struggle in our lives.