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Pastor Mark begins a new sermon series, “Jesus in His Own Words,” which teaches from the Sermon on the Mount. There we find that we are invited to be a…
Christ is risen! Christ is risen indeed! Today we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus and the gift of salvation that we have received.
After we push out a lot of adrenaline preaching, performing, taking a test, having a tough talk or coaching session, after enjoying a thrilling sporting event, what comes next is…
A stressful lifestyle, being overworked, under-challenged, time pressure, caring for an ill relative, and unresolved conflicts with colleagues all contribute to stress and possible burnout. Any extreme commitment that results in neglecting your own needs, may lead to burnout. This week Pastor Mark helps us understand how to overcome burnout, and how to live today so that we can thrive tomorrow.
In his book, "Didn't See It Coming," pastor Carey Nieuwhof writes, "Pride will cost you friendships, intimacy, respect, lost opportunities, rest, peace of mind, wisdom, and even money." In this…
Despite our digital connections, many of us are feeling more disconnected than ever, and loneliness is growing at an alarming rate. Jesus shows us how we can overcome loneliness and experience a life of connection and love.
Lack of character kills careers, shatters families, and ruins friendships. Character matters because you bring who you are into everything you do. When we open ourselves to the love of Jesus, we can become the kind of people who bring goodness every place we go.
As we age, it’s easy to become cynical, but cynicism is a choice. Instead of giving in to cynicism, we can choose to hold on to hope.
Our past wounds can continue to damage our relationships in the present. Jesus shows us how we can do the work recovery and healing so we can strengthen our relationships and families.
It’s possible to grow up physically while remaining a child emotionally and spiritually, but God invites us to achieve adulthood so that we can experience a life of wisdom and joy.
One of our most difficult relationship challenges is how to have healthy attachments while maintaining separateness. Setting and maintaining healthy boundaries can help us have a more peaceful, less chaotic, and more joyful life. 
We all need a place where we know we will be unconditionally cherished. Yet all families are flawed and, therefore, dysfunctional in some way or another. With God’s help, we can find freedom from past hurts and begin to move into healthier relationships where our loved ones know how cherished they are.

Better in Public

January 17, 2021
The divisions in our country are a serious problem, and as recent events have made clear, our public actions matter. Dr. Mark Foster explores how God calls us to be “Better in Public,” and three public figures from our church will share their understanding of their call to a public life.

Better in Person

January 10, 2021
Relationships are at the core of what it means to be human, but they’re are also really hard. In his life, Jesus prioritized relationships over efficiency, and he shows us how we can become better in person with others.

Better in Private

January 3, 2021
With a new year, we’re all hoping for better, but 2021 will only be better if the people living on the planet choose to become better. We have that choice today.
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