Something Else with Gary and Aaron (08/16/17)

Ellet Campus pastors Gary Underwood and Aaron Key give us the very first edition of “Something Else” – a brand new weekly podcast where they talk through Sunday’s message with a fun Q&A session.  If you have questions for a future episode of “Something Else,” we want to hear them!  Send us an email at ellet@graceohio.org!

7/30/17 – How to Be Happy – Week 3 – Happy with What I Have

Are you happy in life?  Where do you find happiness?

Even though happiness can be a moving target, we will spend four weeks trying to pinpoint some of God’s thoughts and promises about our happiness in life.  During Jesus’ most famous speech, he uses the word “Happy” more than nine times to describe the kind of life He wants us to experience.

For this third message, Pastor Gary Underwood will talk about our relationship with money, possessions, and stuff.  The pursuit or “love” of money can dominate much of our time and thoughts throughout the week.  In Matthew 6, God gives us some much-needed wisdom about our earthly things and also an incredible opportunity to pursue treasures in Heaven!

During this podcast message, we will unpack four key questions surrounding your relationship with money and possessions in life…

What do you have?

What do you want?

What do you treasure?

Where is your heart?

7/9/17 – Best Summer Ever – Week 3

It’s not too late to invest your summer days in ways you’ll never forget!  Listen to part 3 of our “Best Summer Ever” series, helping us focus first on loving God and second on loving people.  Pastor Aaron Key (Student & Family Ministries) gives us a personal challenge from the life of Jesus.

12/11/16 — When We Saw God: Humble King

Throughout history, God has often interacted with people in ways we wouldn’t expect. If we are honest, sometimes we are left confused instead of inspired.

That’s where Jesus comes in. Jesus came at Christmas so that we could know God. He gave us a living, breathing way to experience God. That’s why Christmas is so exciting and sacred – it’s when Jesus came to earth. It is When We Saw God.

12/04/16 — When We Saw God: We Saw God in the Test

Throughout history, God has often interacted with people in ways we wouldn’t expect. If we are honest, sometimes we are left confused instead of inspired.

That’s where Jesus comes in. Jesus came at Christmas so that we could know God. He gave us a living, breathing way to experience God. That’s why Christmas is so exciting and sacred – it’s when Jesus came to earth. It is When We Saw God.

11/13/16 — Mixed Messages: Hope for the Future

From news sources to comedians, from friends to advertisements, it seems everyone has an idea of how we should think, live and make decisions. When even the experts sound convincing, but they disagree, how can we cut through the noise? When information overload leaves us frustrated, how do we sift through it all and choose what governs our lives?

Join us for a discussion on some of life’s most defining topics as we search for a reliable compass to guide our lives.

11/06/16 — Mixed Messages: Citizenship

From news sources to comedians, from friends to advertisements, it seems everyone has an idea of how we should think, live and make decisions. When even the experts sound convincing, but they disagree, how can we cut through the noise? When information overload leaves us frustrated, how do we sift through it all and choose what governs our lives?

Join us for a discussion on some of life’s most defining topics as we search for a reliable compass to guide our lives.

10/23/16 — Mixed Messages: Sex and Our Bodies

From news sources to comedians, from friends to advertisements, it seems everyone has an idea of how we should think, live and make decisions. When even the experts sound convincing, but they disagree, how can we cut through the noise? When information overload leaves us frustrated, how do we sift through it all and choose what governs our lives?

Join us for a discussion on some of life’s most defining topics as we search for a reliable compass to guide our lives.

10/16/16 — Mixed Messages: Single-minded

From news sources to comedians, from friends to advertisements, it seems everyone has an idea of how we should think, live and make decisions. When even the experts sound convincing, but they disagree, how can we cut through the noise? When information overload leaves us frustrated, how do we sift through it all and choose what governs our lives?

Join us for a discussion on some of life’s most defining topics as we search for a reliable compass to guide our lives.