Our Sermon Series
Messy Christmas: Messy Expectations
We've all been there. Overcome with frustration and left with nothing but unmet expectations. How should we respond? Do we suck it up and get on with life? Do we just lower our expectations? Or is there another way? If anyone understands this, it’s Joseph. He expected a beautiful wedding and a quiet life with Mary. But all of that was upended, and Joseph had to face some deeply troubling unmet expectations.
The Power of Gratitude: The Power of Gratitude
You wouldn't be alone if you find it difficult to be thankful right now. It's been a tough year. But the times when it’s most difficult to be thankful are the times when it’s most important! In this message, we learn about how gratitude can transform our hearts and our relationships.
Vision Weekends: Where We're Going
We believe the best is yet to come. And not just for our church family, but for the tens of thousands of people in our community who are finding the way back to God. In this message, Mark Stuenzi lays out a plan that will help us be the church that NEPA needs.
Vision Weekends: Where We Are
In this first Vision Weekend, Pastor Mark Stuenzi will share some of the lessons we’ve learned through the Coronavirus shutdown and how it has pushed us to find creative ways to accomplish our mission. The lessons we have learned will serve us well for many years. At the same time, we face some real challenges as we rebuild from the effects of the pandemic.
Undrink the Koolaid: The Proper Place for Politics
In this political season, so many people are feeling anxiety, cynicism, and despair. The reason we feel that way is because we have bought into some toxic myths about the importance of politics. In this final message in this series, we'll look at three of the most poisonous myths and help you find the proper place for politics in your life.
Undrink the Koolaid: How To Know What's Right (and Wrong)
How can you tell what’s right and what’s wrong? Fortunately, many would say, we live in an age where objective truth has disappeared. What’s true for you isn’t true for others, and what’s wrong for you isn’t wrong for others. But is it truly good for us when morals change from generation to generation and you can write your own? Or, are we missing something?
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