We continue this week by talking about our first Strategy Zone, "Connect". Everyone longs to belong somewhere, to experience purpose and connection. However, many stand on the sidelines of life not feeling like they "fit in" or accepted just like they are. This week we talk about how connecting with people right where they are at was a part of who Jesus was. It didn't matter what their storyline was, Jesus was intentional to connect with them and show them the love of God. Listen and be encouraged on how you can be someone who also Connects others to the love of God, just like Jesus did!
This series is an extensive look at what InsideOut Church is all about. To discover more about who we are, what our vision for our city is, and what we value as a community, please check out this series! This week Pastor Jason shares the new vision statement and strategy for impacting our community as we move forward as a church.
Have you ever felt like you can never catch a break? You always seem to have pressure, crisis and difficulty around you? You are continually asking God for a breakthrough, but it never seems to arrive. Well, this week Pastor Jen shows us that breakthrough is possible in all our lives, but we have to be willing to do our part! Check out this podcast to learn the simple steps it takes to experience breakthrough in your life.
This week we will look at the topic of discouragement. Everyone faces discouragement, but many times we don't have to. As we continue through the book of Haggai, we will explore some of the causes for our discouragement and how to overcome.
Join us in this series as we study the book in the Bible known as Haggai. We will discover the Now or Never moments those in this book faced, and see how we can apply the lessons they learned to our own life. Too often we miss our NOW moments that God has directed us to. This week we look at how we can overcome the opposition that usually prevents us from ceasing our NOW moment.
Naturally we want to go further then we have ever gone before. We want God to grow us, heal us, change us and use us to impact our world. However, has it ever seemed like while you were being obedient to God's leading you were STILL hit with a "storm" in your life. Did that storm reset your faith and take you back to where you were coming from, or did that storm grow your faith as you crossed over to where God was taking you? This week as Pastor Jason wraps up this series he will challenge you to get out of your "boat" and take the storms of life head on, because sometimes you have to get out of the boat of comfort to get to where Jesus is really at...in the middle of the storm.
This week Pastor Randy DonGiovanni joins us for our Summer Celebration Service. We have invited our neighbors to join us for a day of celebrating them, with prizes, games and backpacks filled with school supplies. During our service time, Pastor Randy challenges us to put our trust in God, because only He is able to see us through what seems impassable. If you need a breakthrough in your life, then check out this message to see how God is able to see you through your situation.
Have you ever been met with a storm in your life that has caused you to want to turn back, give up or blame God for even bringing you to it? It happens to all of us. This week Pastor Jason talks about how the disciples and Jesus set sail and ran into a storm. The disciples thought it was the end of them, but Jesus shows them how it was only a distraction to their true destination. Check out this podcast as we learn how the storms we face are not the end destination God has intended for our life!
There is so much deception, distractions and options in this world that sometimes it's just plain difficult to know what is truth. As we search to live out our God-given purpose and to know His love more, many things will come against our faith! This week we go through the book of Jude as we learn about the different warnings to the dangers of the things that will deceive and challenge our faith. We will learn how to stand up and fight for the truth as children of God.