In this sermon from our series through Nehemiah, Pastor Jeremy Treat examines Nehemiah’s first steps toward rebuilding Jerusalem: how he acted with long-term, rather than short-term, success in mind, how he shared his vision, and how he dealt with early opposition.
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.
How do we glorify God in our daily jobs? Pastor Jeremy Treat preaches from Proverbs 1:20-23 on the purpose of work, and how we can use our vocations for the glory of God and the good of others.
How does God call men, women, and children to live? Pastor Jeremy Treat teaches from Proverbs 31 on the dignity and beauty of biblical masculinity and femininity, and the power found in being part of God’s family.
In this special teaching, Pastor Jeremy Treat shares about our church’s mission in Los Angeles, where we’ve been in 2015, and where we sense God leading us in 2016.
How does God call His people to wait together? In this Advent teaching, Pastoral Resident Devin Deuell teaches from Jeremiah 29:4-14 on the value of putting down roots and faithfully serving others as we wait on God, who has shown His faithfulness to us in Jesus Christ.
What does it look like to follow Jesus in a world that is often opposed to Him? Pastor Jeremy Treat introduces the main themes of Paul’s Letter to the Ephesians while also providing cultural and spiritual background for the ancient city of Ephesus.
The themes of evangelism and sharing the truth with others run throughout Scripture, but we as Christians often find ourselves full of questions about how to do it effectively and regularly in our daily lives. What’s equally challenging is finding ways to share with friends, coworkers, and neighbors who are apathetic or indifferent toward the gospel. In this special Forum, Andrew Baughen, a pastor at St. James Clerkenwell in London, talks about how to personally share the good news of the gospel with people who seem to have little to no interest in Jesus.
What does it mean to bring our requests to God together? Maggy Wong talks about the importance and power of praying in community with others.
What good works has God prepared for us to do in this world? Sarah Frank discusses how Jesus calls us to live on mission together, which involves witness, spiritual warfare, and worship.
Why does Jesus bring together the most unlikely people? Elizabeth Mosser explains the importance of sharing life with others and the ways in which God uses communities to further His kingdom.
As Christians, what kind of life and mission does Jesus call us to together? Pastor Tim Chaddick preaches from John 17 on pursuing intimate fellowship with God, committing to unity with one another, and sacrificially serving our city.