In this sermon from our series through 1 John, Pastor Jeremy Treat looks at how our practices both form and reflect our true character in Christ, and how God uses such practices to break the pattern of sin in our lives.
In this sermon from our series through 1 John, Pastor Jeremy Treat looks at how the tension between the “now” of Jesus’ first coming and the “not yet” of his second empowers us to live daily in hopeful endurance.
In this sermon from our series through 1 John, visiting pastor Steve Coble looks at the foundational truth of Christianity and what it means for us to remember and abide (dwell) in such truth.
In this sermon from our series through 1 John, Pastor Jeremy Treat looks at what it means for us to love like a family, like God’s beloved, and, ultimately, like God.
In this sermon from our series through 1 John, Pastor Jeremy Treat looks at how knowing God is the answer to both how we change and who we should be changing into.
In this sermon from our series through 1 John, Pastor Jeremy Treat takes a practical look at confession, and how the biblical model is not a form of punishment, but a path to freedom.
In this introduction to 1 John, Pastor Jeremy Treat gives some background on John and his letter and teaches how the reality of Jesus creates truly authentic, fully loving gospel community.
In this special teaching, Pastor Jeremy Treat shares about our church’s identity, our mission in Los Angeles, where we’ve been in 2016, and where we sense God leading us in 2017.
Do our sins and brokenness define our identity? Pastoral Resident Mike Portland preaches from Mark 1:40-45 on what it’s like for each of us to be healed, truly and miraculously, by a compassionate savior.
What are we remembering when we give gifts on Christmas? In this message, Pastor Jeremy Treat preaches from Luke 2:8-20 why Jesus is God’s ultimate gift to humankind and why this is “good news of great joy that will be for all the people.”
Can we have joy now for things that haven’t happened yet? In this Advent message, Pastor Adam Smith preaches from Luke 1:26-56 on Mary’s emotional, intellectual, and active response to God’s work, culminating in a song of joy for both the present and the future.
Can joy actually thrive in suffering? Visiting pastor Casey Fritz preaches from Isaiah 49:8-18 how God’s real and personal response to our real and personal pain redefines both suffering and joy.