15 episodes

Our mission is to lead people to become Christ-centered disciples. Capital’s services offer a comfortable environment that welcomes folks just beginning to explore and discover God, as well as those believers that are centered in God and ready to be challenged to dive deeper into His truth. Our community is encouraged to own their faith, partner with others and invest themselves in the church, community and world. We aim to be a life-giving place where adults, youth, and kids seek, above all else, to Love God and Love Others.

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Our mission is to lead people to become Christ-centered disciples. Capital’s services offer a comfortable environment that welcomes folks just beginning to explore and discover God, as well as those believers that are centered in God and ready to be challenged to dive deeper into His truth. Our community is encouraged to own their faith, partner with others and invest themselves in the church, community and world. We aim to be a life-giving place where adults, youth, and kids seek, above all else, to Love God and Love Others.

    “Who Ate My Sunshade?”

    “Who Ate My Sunshade?”

    The book of Jonah is not just a book about Jonah and a big fish; it is a book about the character of God, and perhaps has practical applications for us in times of trial. When we face difficulty, disappointment, or anger, may we leverage this in our prayer life to draw us closer to God and to each other. We need to allow God—who doesn’t desert us in our anger—to hear about our disappointment and trust him when we don’t understand. If you’re disillusioned by life, may you see it as a season you’re passing through on your way to maturity. May you trust God with the big stuff, with the small stuff, and with all the stuff you don’t understand. May you experience God in all of his compassion and love.

    • 38 min
    “A Life of Love”

    “A Life of Love”

    In chapter 12 of the Gospel of John, we step into the stories of Martha, Lazarus, and Mary, and see examples of how our life reveals our love. As we serve, as we rest, as we worship – our thoughts, words, and our every action reveals our love. May all your ways, all your words, and all your thoughts reveal your love of God and your love of others.

    • 50 min
    “The Story You Bear”

    “The Story You Bear”

    There’s an adage that floats around, “God won’t give you more than you can handle.” From stories throughout the bible, and specifically from the story in 2 Corinthians 1:1-11, we know that this simply isn’t true. Here the Apostle Paul recounts the story of suffering he experienced which was far greater than he could endure on his own. Through his suffering, Paul’s faith and reliance on God was strengthened. And God is glorified when the story of Paul’s suffering and God’s deliverance is shared with others. Paul teaches us that if we will trust God with our story—no matter how dark it is—He can use it to bring praise, honor, and glory to Jesus.

    • 59 min
    “Anything & Everything”

    “Anything & Everything”

    Contentment is freedom from the stressful, agitated urge for more. It’s a restful state of heart & mind in which you know in your bones that God has given you everything you need to do everything he wants you to do. Paul shares the secret to contentment with us in Philippians 4:10-13. The secret to contentment is learned in times of humility. It is learned when your prayers go unanswered, when you feel you’ve missed out, and when you’ve failed. Circumstances are irrelevant—whether you win or lose, you’ll be okay. In fact, you’ll be better than okay because you can get through anything if you go through everything with Jesus.

    • 48 min
    “Never Waste a Pandemic”

    “Never Waste a Pandemic”

    In Philippians 4:9, Paul encourages the church at Philippi to put into practice whatever they have learned, heard, and received from Paul. In this message, we share 5 lessons of what Troy has been learning from the Lord during a pandemic. Through this message, may you be encouraged to take advantage of this season. Use the solitude and the silence; leverage your fear and misery toward learning something about God and life.

    • 48 min
    “Mind Your Mind”

    “Mind Your Mind”

    What’s been on your mind these days? There is inside us a constant flow of thoughts. Some of them are petty; some of them are significant; many of them are—whether we realize it or not—life-altering thoughts. For better or worse, what’s on your mind affects how you live. So think about what you’re thinking about. As we are called in scripture, do not conform to the patterns of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind (Romans 12:2). Set your minds on what is true, what is pure, what is lovely, what is admirable, what is excellent, and what is praiseworthy (Philippians 4:8).

    • 50 min

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