Continuing our series through Nehemiah, Pastor Jeremy Treat looks at the way Nehemiah and Israel addressed systemic injustices within their own community that maligned the reputation of God in a healthy, just, and restorative way.
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 first message from our series through the book of Nehemiah, Pastor Jeremy Treat explores how only a full, holistic understanding of brokenness informs a full, holistic understanding of God’s restoration work.
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 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 preaches through one of the most powerful passages on one of the most important topics—love. What does “God is love” mean, and how does God’s love transform ours to be like it?
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 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.
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.
How does the Bible depict sex, and how does that apply to our lives? Pastor Jeremy Treat preaches from Proverbs 5 on sex as a good gift from God, while addressing the destructive nature of sin and the abundant grace and forgiveness found in Christ.
God is a God of justice, and so His people are called to be people of justice. Pastor Jeremy Treat preaches from Proverbs 11:1-10 on the reality of injustice and how we are to wisely pursue justice, advocate for the oppressed, and look to Jesus.