reMARKable: Dying to Live (Pastor Greg Fraser) (Video!)

One of the most difficult scriptures in the Bible is found in Mark 8. Jesus calls his followers to deny themselves, to take up their crosses, and to follow Him. We often believe Jesus is asking us try harder and to do more, but what He’s wanting is for us to abandon our strivings and to deepen our relationship with Him. These are two different ways of relating to God, one leads to regret and the other to abundant life. Which path will you take?

reMARKable: Dying to Live (Pastor Greg Fraser)

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One of the most difficult scriptures in the Bible is found in Mark 8. Jesus calls his followers to deny themselves, to take up their crosses, and to follow Him. We often believe Jesus is asking us try harder and to do more, but what He’s wanting is for us to abandon our strivings and to deepen our relationship with Him. These are two different ways of relating to God, one leads to regret and the other to abundant life. Which path will you take?

reMARKable: Answering the Call (Pastor Matt Sampson)

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When Jesus called his disciples, I wonder if they truly understood what it meant to be His follower, and how doing so would change their lives. What about us?  Do we understand the call to discipleship? Jesus has called each one of us too. Will you answer the call?

reMARKable: Answering the Call (Pastor Matt Sampson) (Video!)

When Jesus called his disciples, I wonder if they truly understood what it meant to be His follower, and how doing so would change their lives. What about us?  Do we understand the call to discipleship? Jesus has called each one of us too. Will you answer the call?

iCare – Receive – Part 1 (Luke Inberg) (Video!)

“The Father’s House exists to help people find their way home to God and live as disciples who CARE.” This week’s curriculum will focus on the third value in our CARE acronym: “Receive.” We hope that as you read the following passages and answer the questions, you’ll discover more of what it means to “receive God’s grace daily in order to live out His eternal purposes.”

iCare – Receive – Part 1 (Luke Inberg)

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“The Father’s House exists to help people find their way home to God and live as disciples who CARE.” This week’s curriculum will focus on the third value in our CARE acronym: “Receive.” We hope that as you read the following passages and answer the questions, you’ll discover more of what it means to “receive God’s grace daily in order to live out His eternal purposes.”

iCare – Accept – Part 2 (Pastor Greg Fraser) (Video!)

“The Father’s House exists to help people find their way home to God and live as disciples who CARE.” Today’s curriculum will focus on the second value in our CARE acronym, “acceptance.” We hope that as you read the following passages and answer the questions, you’ll discover what it means to “accept yourself and others while pursuing maturity together.”

iCare – Accept – Part 2 (Pastor Greg Fraser)

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“The Father’s House exists to help people find their way home to God and live as disciples who CARE.” Today’s curriculum will focus on the second value in our CARE acronym, “acceptance.” We hope that as you read the following passages and answer the questions, you’ll discover what it means to “accept yourself and others while pursuing maturity together.”

iCare – Accept – Part 1 (Pastor Peter Visscher) (Video!)

“The Father’s House exists to help people find their way home to God and live as disciples who CARE.” Today’s curriculum will focus on the second value in our CARE acronym, “acceptance.” We hope that as you read the following passages and answer the questions, you’ll discover what it means to “accept yourself and others while pursuing maturity together.”

iCare – Accept – Part 1 (Pastor Peter Visscher)

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“The Father’s House exists to help people find their way home to God and live as disciples who CARE.” Today’s curriculum will focus on the second value in our CARE acronym, “acceptance.” We hope that as you read the following passages and answer the questions, you’ll discover what it means to “accept yourself and others while pursuing maturity together.”