On Easter Sunday we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus and rejoice in the life and peace found in Him. In this 2017 Easter message from the Hollywood Palladium, Pastor Jeremy Treat reflects on how Jesus’ raised life provides us abundant life.
In this sermon from our series through 1 John, Pastor Adam Smith preaches how the Holy Spirit, Jesus’ baptism, and His death and resurrection ultimately comprise God’s own testimony to us about the work of His Son.
Jesus’ resurrection isn’t a side note to the Christian faith, but rather is at the very center of it. Pastor Jeremy Treat preaches from 1 Corinthians 15:17-26 on what the resurrection of Christ means for the world, for our sin, and for our individual futures.
On Easter, we celebrate the fact that Jesus is risen, saving us from sin, Satan, and death. On Easter Sunday, Pastor Jeremy Treat preaches from 1 Corinthians 15:1-8 on the historical reality of Christ’s resurrection and what that means for us today.
How does the truth about Jesus impact our view of the world and ourselves? Teaching from Ephesians 1:15-23, Pastor Jeremy Treat explains how Christ’s preeminence and ultimate power renew our perspective and empower us to be His faithful witnesses.
What kind of commitment does following Jesus involve? Pastor Jeremy Treat teaches from 2 Timothy 2:1–13 on enduring opposition and trials as we diligently seek to be faithful to our supremely faithful and gracious Savior.
Why is there death in our world, and how does Christianity address it? Pastor Dave Lomas teaches from John 11:1-44 on the tragic reality of death and how Jesus overcame death to offer eternal life to all.
How does praying for God’s kingdom to come shape us? Pastor Jeremy Treat teaches from Matthew 6:10 on how the Bible’s grand story of redemption directs our goals, priorities, and confidence in prayer.
How does Easter impact our past, present, and future? Pastor Tim Chaddick preaches from John 20:1-18 on how the resurrection of Jesus Christ delivers us from our sin, brings us into a loving relationship with God, and gives us a hope that death cannot destroy.
How does knowing the end of the story of Job change how we view our current experiences? Teaching from Job 42:7-17, Pastor Tim Chaddick highlights essential truths in Job’s suffering and restoration, showing how these truths point us to the wonderful redemption found in Jesus.
How can we pursue a faith that is neither cynical nor superficial? Pastor Tim Chaddick preaches from Job 19:19-29 on being honest about our suffering while firmly hoping in the eternal redemption found in Jesus Christ.
What can we learn about the meaning of suffering from the Old Testament Book of Job? Preaching from Job 1:1-5 , Pastor Tim Chaddick introduces the book’s themes of loss, pain, faith, and redemption – all of which point to the ultimate hope found in Jesus Christ.