Speaker: Conroy Loewen Key text: Colossians 3:15 Direct download (right click and select “save target as…”)
In this message, Conroy shares four areas in which the Christian life is marked by peace. Having peace with God through Jesus provides a foundation on which we can maintain peace, regardless of circumstances. Not only do we have peace, but we are also called to be peacemakers, sharing what we have received with those around us.
Speaker: LaMar Troyer
Texts: Topical Direct download (right click and select “save target as…”)
Drawing from the life of David, LaMar shares several heart characteristics that are needed to draw someone after God. A person who has a heart like God’s prepares their heart, meditates in their heart, rests in their heart, and rejoices in their heart. They also have a broken and contrite heart, reflecting God’s heart over sin.
Speaker: Conroy Loewen
Texts: Hebrews 6.11; Exodus 20:1-7, etc Direct download (right click and select “save target as…”)
It’s one thing to believe in God, but another to see that belief make a difference in your own life. In this message, Conroy asks a series of questions about our belief in God: How real is he in your own life? Do you sense a relationship with him? Do you have real experiences with God? With this simple but important challenge, he asks us to consider how our belief in God is truly impacting our life.
Text: Hebrews 11:8-16 Speaker: Dru Lattin Direct Download (Right-click link and save file)
Last week, one of our older brothers passed away after a long, faithful, and joyful life. Dru turns to another faithful pilgrim – Abraham – to consider how we too, can walk faithfully between the promise and the fulfillment of our salvation.
Due to some issues with recording, the audio is a bit rough. Still working on it!
Texts: Hebrews 12:1-2 Speaker: Noah Lattin Direct Download (Click link to go to file and download)
In a special devotional, Noah shares his experience helping with an international skiing race, and lessons he’s learned along the way. With personal stories, he challenges us to lay aside every hindrance and run – or ski! – the spiritual race set before us.
With a memorable object lesson, Elv shares about the peace that passes understanding and contrasts it with “veneer-peace” that so many struggle to maintain. Reminding us that the only source of true peace is in Jesus, he walks us through the steps to developing lasting peace. How deep is your peace?