Pastor Jeremy Treat continues our series through Nehemiah with a look at the way Nehemiah responded to the distractions, criticisms, and temptations that arose in response to his important work in Jerusalem.
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 message from our series through Nehemiah, Pastor Jeremy Treat looks at how Nehemiah grieved, prayed, planned, then looked for opportunity–not to serve his own ends, but as a way of relying on and glorifying God’s work of restoration.
In this message from our series through Nehemiah, Pastor Jeremy Treat preaches on prayer. Nehemiah prays according to God’s character, purposes, and promises, and with the knowledge that God may actually want to involve him as part of the answer.
In this final sermon from our series through 1 John, Pastor Jeremy Treat looks at the final words of John’s letter, looks back at the book as a whole, and looks at the last five things we can know about God, His work, and one another from these concluding verses.
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.
How do we respond to tragedy in light of the gospel? Pastor Jeremy Treat preaches on how the great injustice of Christ’s death leads us to respond with empathy, prayer, and justice.
What is our focus as a church, and what are our individual roles within that focus? Pastor Jeremy Treat preaches from John 21:20-23 on Jesus’ call to each of us to follow Him, love others in community, and point people to the gospel. You may find it helpful to also view Reality LA: The First Ten Years, which touches on many of the same themes.
What does it mean to put on the armor of God? Pastor Britt Merrick preaches from Ephesians 6:10-20 on how we resist spiritual evil by looking to the power, protection, and victory found only in Jesus.
Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection reconcile us to God and into the community of the church. So what does it look like to be part of the church? How can you get involved at Reality LA? In this session of the Life series, Pastor Jeremy Treat talks about what it means to be part of a Christian community on God’s mission together.
What traditions of the early church does God call us to be committed to together? In this Advent teaching, Pastoral Resident Obed Brefo teaches from Acts 2:42-47 on our commitment to the knowledge of God, the people of God, and the mission of God — all of which is empowered by Christ’s commitment to us.
How does our union with Jesus Christ enable us to communicate with God? Pastor Jeremy Treat teaches from Ephesians 3:14-21 on Paul’s prayer for the church in Ephesus, which serves as a helpful example of how to pray, what to pray for, and why to pray in the first place.