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Growing up, we all learned to say “thank you” when someone does something nice for us, but did you know gratitude can actually make you happier and healthier? Dr. Mark Foster shares Jesus’ teaching on gratitude and how the words “thank you” can change the way we experience the world.
Would you like to do your best, focused, uninterrupted work? Would you like to connect with your family? Would you like to open yourself up to the voice of God? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then this sermon by Dr. Mark Foster, and especially the daily habit he recommends, is for you. It is proven to work, and it is not complicated.
We will become the stories we give our attention to. What stories are you paying attention to? Are you tired of endlessly consuming whatever story an algorithm chooses for you? Dr. Mark Foster shares two habits that can help us experience a life defined by the greater story God invites us into.
Trouble is nothing new for people of faith. We may have never lived through a pandemic before, but the people of God have survived far worse. This week, Dr. Mark Foster begins a new sermon series exploring what our ancestors in the faith can teach us about enduring and thriving in difficult times.
Anyone feeling anxious these days? When fear, anxiety, and worry get the best of us, we can find ourselves immobilized and unable to act. We might even behave in ways that are immoral. But fear doesn't have to control us. In this message, Rev. Brandon Blacksten explores how Jesus' disciples responded to fear and what we can learn from their example.
Envy has the potential to ruin what is most valuable and important to us. Looking around and comparing ourselves to others makes us miserable. But less is actually more when it leads to contentment. In this sermon, Dr. Mark Foster shares how we can move from envy and comparison to peace.