Medina East Campus | Week 1 | Tony Livigni | May 12-13, 2018
In this series, we journey through the story of a man named Joseph, someone who faced severe injustice, abandonment, temptation, and rock-bottom lows … yet he never allowed the circumstances he faced to define or defeat him. How did Joseph overcome, and what can we learn from his example? Join us as we find out together in “Winning the Battle Within.”
Medina East Campus | Week 4 | Seth Toncar | April 21-22, 2018
The resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead is no doubt controversial. But if Jesus truly did rise from the dead, what difference does it make? What does the resurrection say about your past, present, and future? “If Jesus Rose from the Dead…” is a 6 week conversation about the implications of the resurrection that you won’t want to miss.
Join Gary Underwood and Aaron Key as they talk about how our work life and “anything we do” can help to make the Gospel of Jesus Christ attractive to others who watch our lives. How will God use your work and your career to impact the way other people think about Him? This podcast is a great “follow-up” from Sunday’s message (9/10/17) at the Ellet Campus entitled “World’s Greatest Job!”
+Weekend Extra with Pastor Jeff and Josh Taylor.
There are always extra thoughts, topics, and insights that cannot be covered in the conversations on the weekend. The Weekend Extra is to help further the conversation from the message. In this episode Pastor Jeff discusses the third week’s conversation of The Good Kind of Weird.
The “good kind of weird” can mean that we’re quirky, not quite on trend, and maybe even proud of it. It’s the kind of weird that makes someone say, “I’ve never seen kindness like that!” or, “I just met this person and they picked up my tab!”
Jesus’ life could definitely be described by the good kind of weird. Wherever he went, his radical love and revolutionary humility turned people’s heads. What if our lives could start to look a little more like that?
In this series, Good Kind of Weird, we’ll explore what it means to follow Jesus day-to-day and how that can make us seem “weird-in-a-good-way” as it transforms our lives.