The Deeply Formed Life
The Deeply Formed Life: Introduction
Pastor Matthew Watson brings a pastoral word after the past week's events in DC, inviting us to recognize idolatry, repent, and remember the character of God in Psalm 147, reminding us that there is a rhythm to trusting Jesus.
Pastor Andrea Ackermann examines how Jesus sought solitude and stillness with God, and she challenges us to set up contemplative rhythms in our own lives. The work is God’s and God’s work is not defined by our limitations; God is at work in our work and in our rest.
Guest preacher Bryan Franklin challenges us to seek answers to the questions, "Who am I?" and "Who is God?" as a foundation for our pursuit of racial justice and reconciliation.
"Lord, show me, me." Pastor Matthew Watson encourages us to engage in interior examination so we can live the life God intends for us.
Sexual Wholeness for a Culture That Splits Bodies from Souls
Our bodies matter, and what we do with them matters. Pastor Justin Fung preaches on sex and sexuality in our fifth week of The Deeply Formed Life series.
God is a sending God and we are a sent people. Pastor Matthew Watson preaches on the value of missional presence and our role in bearing the good news that God is at work today.