Our home is not this world. We live for another place. In our Christian walk, we don’t need to be afraid, or worried, or discouraged. This is not all there is, there’s more to come! Join us as we continue our series in 1 Peter.
What are you craving? In our journey of faith, we shouldn't be satisfied with a thinned out gospel. We need the solid, whole, complete truth.
The biggest obstacle of becoming a follower of Jesus is your desire to fit in. We all want to fit in to a world that is not our own. Yet, if we want to truly follow Him, we have to ask ourselves, “Am I really ok with being uncommon?”.
Strange is unusual or hard to understand, something not previously seen or encountered. It's unfamiliar or alien. If you know Jesus, from the world's perspective you are a little strange. In this message, we take a look at 1 Peter and lean into the truth that we are not of this world.
We live to make every moment count, to have purpose. When we are all in, God gives us what we need and He makes us into everything He needs us to be. In this message we are challenged to love God with all our heart, mind, and strength - to be all in!
Happy Easter! In this message, Pastor Scott challenges us with three types of people who come to church on Easter. Whether you are the skeptical, the hopeless, or the faithful, one thing remains true. You can find hope in Jesus every day!
The cross changes us. It gets in our way, it causes us to alter our path, and at times can inconvenient us. What do we do about it? In this message, Pastor Scott challenges us with a powerful message about the inconvenient cross.
Prayer is the landing strip upon which God arrives! It changes us, helps us build a relationship with God, drives decisions, and acknowledges He is in control. In this message, Pastor Scott takes us through Mark chapter 11 and challenges us with developing a passion for prayer.
It's 2021! The world we live in is in a constant state of change and how we handle with it matters to God. In this message Pastor Scott helps us see what God wants us to do as we "stand in the river of change".
It's amazing how God can bring a message together, you don't want to miss this! As is our tradition at the end of each year, our JFC staff joins forces to bring you a word from God.
As Christmas approaches, Pastor Scott takes a look at some people in scripture who missed Christmas and challenges us with not missing it ourselves.
It's Christmastime and this week we are challenged with the idea of a world without Jesus. Listen or watch and share with others who need to hear this timely word.
This year has been quite a different year than we anticipated. Graduations got delayed, vacations and travel shut down, virtual meetings became the norm, and plans have changed. In this message we find hope in the start of the Christmas Story as did Mary and Joseph when God messed up their plans.