Enjoy Life and Live without Worry

  • Enjoy Life and Live without Worry

    Pastor Aaron Buer wraps up the series on Ecclesiastes. The author of Ecclesiastes encourages the reader to enjoy life and live without worry. The only way we can do this is by understanding God’s role in our lives. In Ecclesiastes 11:9-12:14 we see three important roles: Creator, Shepherd and Judge. In the New Testament (Matthew […]

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  • A Good Name

    Student Ministries Pastor Aaron Buer shares three pursuits that lead to a good name according to the author of Ecclesiastes. In this conversation from Ecclesiastes 7:1-10, we see that living backward, listening wisely, and finishing faithfully result in a good name. A good name matters not only for personal success and happiness but also because […]

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  • Locked in Time

    Senior Pastor Jeff Manion discusses a poem and a problem in Ecclesiastes 3:1-13. This week’s conversation revolves around the highs and lows of life and how we can often only see one piece of the larger puzzle. We learn lessons about gaining perspective, trusting God, and enjoying his good gifts through the highs and lows. […]

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  • The Quest

    Senior Pastor Jeff Manion discusses the ultimate meaning. The author of Ecclesiastes attempts to find ultimate meaning through three pursuits: pleasure, wisdom, and work. We see that these three pursuits do not lead to meaning, but instead are God’s good gifts meant to be enjoyed. We can only find ultimate meaning in the life Jesus […]

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  • Rope

    Senior Pastor Jeff Manion encourages us to do life together. The author of Ecclesiastes writes about the danger of traveling alone. His message: travel together. We see how Jesus picks up this message and instructs his followers to love one another. The love one another theme is echoed numerous times throughout the New Testament. Ecclesiastes […]

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  • The Source of Our Unhappiness

    Senior Pastor Jeff Manion begins our winter series from Ecclesiastes called Making Sense Out of Life. This week, we look at four unsettling truths: meaning, monotony, novelty, and memory. These four things can help us live with joy. Ecclesiastes 1:1-11 Ecclesiastes 5:19

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