Breaking Point

  • Breaking Point

    Senior Pastor Jeff Manion discusses Paul’s experiences in Corinth. Through this conversation, we see some of the ways God encourages us when it seems like everything is going wrong. This teaching wraps up the series Strength for the Journey. Acts 18:1-22

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  • Alone in Athens

    Teaching Pastor Aaron Buer discusses Paul’s experience in Athens. Paul is deeply troubled for the people far from God in Athens and moves toward them. Through this conversation, we see how Jesus-followers need to be troubled for the people around us because that is the heart of God. Paul’s message to the Athenians gives us […]

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  • Noble Character

    Teaching Pastor Aaron Buer discusses what made the Berean’s character noble. Through this conversation, we see two character traits of the Bereans and how they responded. The Bereans were open to God, anchored in the Bible and ready to serve. The example of the Bereans is timely for us today. Acts 17:10-15

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  • Kingdoms in Conflict

    Senior Pastor Jeff Manion’s conversation centers on Paul’s time in Thessalonica. Through Paul’s experiences we learn the significance of being strategic with our time, how reasonable Christianity is and how we have direct access to God through Jesus’ death on the cross. We are also challenged to be wounded healers. Acts 17:1-10.

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  • Choosing Joy

    Senior Pastor Jeff Manion teaches on Paul’s encounters in Philippi. Through these encounters we see new believers putting their resources at God’s disposal, a gratitude for what God has done that leads to praise in the midst of difficult circumstances and the difference between doing and believing to gain a right standing before God. Acts […]

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  • The Journey Begins

    Senior Pastor Jeff Manion kicks off the fall series. In this discussion, we are introduced to Paul, Silas and Timothy as they begin their journey. We see they experience three challenges which are common in our lives. Their experience encourages us to find strength in our own journey. Acts 15: 36-16:11

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