In this message, Ps. Caleb gives us three keys to increase in our lives. He reminds us that gratitude is an attitude that will set us apart in life. He uses Hebrews 10:38 to encourage us to make more space for God in our lives.
We all have to wait. Whether it’s at the grocery store or the doctors office, we often have to wait. In this week's message, Ps. Caleb uses John 11 & 12 to encourage us during the difficult waiting seasons of life. He reminds us that God’s silence does not equate his absence. God hasn’t rejected you, he has selected you for a purpose.
Have you ever felt stuck in the routine of life? You go to work everyday but you don’t feel fulfilled? In the last part of our Keep Calm and Carry On Series, Ps. Caleb talks about calling. He reminds us that in order to carry on, there are some things we need to leave behind and encourages us to keep going even when we feel like our calling and our career aren’t aligning.
We all get tired and overwhelmed - whether it's in school, church, or just the day-to-day activities of life. But what do we do when we get overwhelmed? In this week's message, Ps. Caleb gives us 5 tips on how to beat burnout. He gives us practical tools on how to balance our priorities and reminds us to feed our faith when we're fed up.
In this message, special guest Ps. Lucinda Dooley uses the story of Jesus in the boat in Mark 4:35-41 to teach us about what to do when we face storms in our lives. She reminds us that Jesus is always in our boat and whatever we face, we don’t need to be afraid.
In this message Ps. Caleb gives us practical tips to fight burnout in our lives. Using the life of Elijah, he teaches us how to manage the demands of our lives well. He reminds us not to back out when we burn out, but rather lean into community, because even the strongest of us struggle sometimes.
In this message, Ps. Caleb takes us through the 3 stages of faith. He continues to use the story of Elijah to remind us that there is always a process to the promise. He encourages us by reminding us that just because you can’t see God’s promises doesn’t mean they aren’t true.
In this message, Ps. Colin continues our Keep Calm and Carry On series as he preaches about the showdown at Mount Carmel. He uses Elijah's mountaintop moment to teach us that our own mountaintop moment might be closer than we think. He reminds us that resistance isn't always a bad thing and that God can use any situation and turn it into a victory if we trust in Him.
In the continuation of our series "Keep Calm and Carry On", Ps. Caleb teaches us about faith. Using the story of Obidiah he challenges us to think about who we really put our faith in when times get tough. Ps. Caleb teaches us that troubles we face are often God's training and preparation for the grace that is on our lives. He encourages us to not let our fears hold us back, but to keep going. And he reminds us that our God is the Master of everything!