Date: November 11, 2018 Text: Deuteronomy 6; John 14:26 Speaker: Clint Nelson The reward of remembering is life, but we're so forgetful. Listen to be equipped and encouraged to be a person that remembers well.
Date: November 4, 2018 Text: Matthew 9:35-38 Speaker: Clint Nelson We live in one of the fastest growing cities in BC, yet very few of our neighbours put their hope in Jesus. Pastor Clint repeats Christ's call to pray, see our city with compassion, and be moved to Kingdom labour as led by the Spirit of God.
Date: October 21, 2018 Text: Matthew 6:5-13 Speaker: Clint Nelson Prayer isn't a religious formula. Prayer is the way to and the way of a personal relationship with God that sees you find and step into your purpose.
Date: October 14, 2018 Text: Psalm 19:7-11; 1 John 4:1; 1 Corinthians 14:29 Speaker: Clint Nelson God is speaking. Can you hear Him? Do you want to hear Him? There is a heart posture and tangible practice that allows us to hear Him speak.
Date: October 7, 2018 Text: Psalm 100, Romans 8:28, 2 Corinthians 4:17–18, Revelation 21:3–5, and Exodus 15:2 Speaker: Clint Nelson What we believe about our place and time on the Earth determines our outlook. Jesus delivers a beautiful clarity and certainty about both.
Christian parents struggle with Halloween. It's a day where our city celebrates (plays with) evil and death. It proves the blindness and naivety that much of our world has to the reality of Satan/evil (as well as the good side of the spiritual). Like Christmas, it's history and contemporary practice is a melting pot of morphed beliefs and practices. Each person has a unique (tailored or naive) perspective on it and its various traditions. And like Christmas, it can be used for good or bad. (Christmas can be wonderful if you forget about the people that suffered to make your Walmart toy, the impact that toy will have on the planet, the materialism and entitlement we teach our children in that season, and the debt that we incurred from buying it). Don't worry, I still think Christmas is [...]
Date: September 23, 2018 Text: Matthew 5:14-16 Speaker: Clint Nelson Due to shame we often hide who God made us to be, but Jesus replaces shame with love and forever sets us on a path where we bloom!
Date: September 16, 2018 Scripture: Matthew 5:14-16; John 8:12; John 3:16 Speaker: Clint Nelson Every human carries the capacity to house the light of the world, Jesus. When Jesus lives in you, you love what He loves and are not afraid of death. A start and end that change everything about your life in the middle!
Date: September 9, 2018 Scripture: Various Speaker: Clint Nelson Hope for our city, lives in us.
Grades 4-7. This is not your typical preteen program. You are going to want to skim read this, but if you do you'll be frustrated when your ideas/agenda/expectations don't match what this program is about. We have a desire to come help parents raise future adults that know and love God with all their heart. Because of this, we're designing this new program to help parents grow as much (or maybe more) than their preteens. The way we're doing that is by helping parents and students order their week and life by putting God first. Some people don't know this, but right up there with "do not murder" in the ten commandments is "keep the Sabbath". God's design for a healthy heart and life is evidenced and grown by putting our trust in Him (literally - this isn't [...]