The gospel of Jesus Christ is the source of our life, a deep well of grace that transforms us and propels us into the world. Join Pastor J.D. Greear each weekday to learn how the gospel can bring new life in you and through you.
It’s All Gone to Hevel, Part 2
The author of Ecclesiastes repeatedly states that life is meaningless, “a chasing after the wind.” But as Pastor J.D. continues our series called, Full of Nothing, we’re discovering what that phrase means, and we’re finding hope in this seemingly pessimistic passage!
It’s All Gone to Hevel
Have you ever been in the middle of a crisis—maybe a spouse left you, a loved one passed away, or your business went under—and you started to question whether or not there’s any meaning to all the seemingly random tragedies of life? King Solomon deals with this universal question in the book of Ecclesiastes, and that’s our subject as Pastor J.D. begins a new series called, Full of Nothing.
How to Bring a Good Man Down … and Back Again, Part 2
Though it’s rarely pleasant, honest introspection is an important part of life. It’s essential to regularly search our own hearts, to see if there’s any secret sin we might be ignoring. That’s our focus as Pastor J.D. concludes our series called, “The Man Who Had it All.”
How to Bring a Good Man Down … and Back Again
The Hoover Dam is one of the most impressive feats of modern engineering. And yet, all it would take is one little crack being overlooked, and the entire structure would come tumbling down. As he concludes our series called, “The Man Who Had it All,” Pastor J.D. reveals that the same can be true of our lives. No matter how good and holy you might look on the outside, it only takes one small area of hidden sin to bring everything crashing down.
Solomon’s Knowledge of God, Part 2
In a commencement address, the speaker usually tries to summarize all their wisdom and life advice into one speech. And that’s what King Solomon did at the dedication of the temple. We’re discovering what Solomon had to say about the nature of God as we continue our series called, “The Man Who Had it All.”
Solomon’s Knowledge of God
Popular thought says there are lots of ways to know God, and claiming to have exclusive access makes you sound prejudiced and narrow-minded. But is that really how it works? Does every religion get you to God in the end? Do we all just have different pieces of the same puzzle? J.D. Greear answers those questions as he continues our series called, “The Man Who Had it All.”