The Story of God

The Story of God

The scriptures, from beginning to end, tell the story of God.  People in our world are dying for a purpose.  They are desperately looking for a story to find themselves in.  Unless we find ourselves in a greater Story (the Story of God) we will settle for a lesser one. Audiocontinue reading →

Soul Shift

Soul Shift In this series we will be looking at the changes that God wants to make in our lives as we follow Jesus.  The closer we get to Jesus the more we realize there are things that need to change in our lives.  Fundamental "shifts" in how we view life, ourselves, other people, the ways we view material things, how we see the world.  We are talking about what it means to care for our souls and for God to do the deep work in us that leads to lasting transformation. The…continue reading →
Everyday Church, Everyday Mission Intro

Everyday Church, Everyday Mission Intro

As Followers of Jesus we are part of His mission to a lost and broken world. We are called to be an Everyday Church with an Everyday Mission.  If we aren’t an “Everyday Church” then our attempts at Mission will never be truly successful.  Be the Church everyday in everyplace and mission will happen naturally. This is an 8 week series that begins on September 27, with scriptures primarily taken from 1 Peter. Sermon #2 "A Cure for the Church's Image Problem" Sometimes the church seems to struggle with their collective sense of worth. Those…continue reading →

Recent Messages (not part of a series)

Sunday, September 21, 2016 "Does God Care How We Live?" Rev. Jorin Green Sunday, September 20  "Created for Community" Lakeside's Connection Sunday.  When it comes to connecting - "circles are better than rows".  That's why we have Life Groups. Sunday, September 6th   "Why Communion?" Pastor Ken talks about four reasons why we need communion.continue reading →
Those Controversial Gifts

Those Controversial Gifts

1 Corinthians 14 The gifts of tongues and prophecy tend to stir up controversy in the church.  In some churches they are seen as being the “be all and end all” while in other churches it seems like they are like some kind of “family secret” - things we just don’t talk about.  In this message Pastor Ken gave some basic things that he believes about these gifts and then he was joined by Jorin Green, professor from Millar College of the Bible, for a Q&A time with the congregation. Audiocontinue reading →