Can I trust God with everything in my life? In this summer series, we camp out in the Old Testament and explore this question that humanity has wrestled with since our earliest moments.
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Part 1 :: Trust
Trust is something many people struggle with. In this message, pastor Mike teaches on what it looks like to intimately trust God.
Part 2 :: Can I trust God with what I love most?
All of us are experiencing today the results of Abraham’s faithful obedience to God. But that obedience came at a time when Abraham had to trust God with his son. Looking at the story of Abraham and Isaac, Pastor Milo asks us the question, “Can you trust God with what you love most?”
Part 3 :: Can I trust God with my life?
For many, faith in God is easier to embrace than trust in God. In this teaching, Pastor Mike looks at the life of Joseph and how he trusted God during the worst and best times.
Part 4 :: Can I trust God with my church?
God broke Nehemiah’s heart for the fallen walls and busted gates of Jerusalem. Rebuilding a city, with a hounding enemy, and a rag tag group of people, God accomplished the impossible. In this teaching, Pastor Mike looks at what it means to trust the God with the faith community he has called us into.
Part 5 :: Can I trust God with my success?
Success is the achievement of something desired, planned, or attempted. In this teaching, Pastor Milo considers how we trust the Lord with that. Looking at Daniel 1 we consider the steps he took, to trust God, in a pagan culture, to succeed in ways only God could provide.
Part 6 :: Can I trust God with my pain?
What do we do with the pain that presses upon our hearts and lives? How are we to respond with the weight of past disappoints, struggles, abuses, and moments of neglect. Pastor Mike looks at the life of Job for some lessons on how we can trust God with our pain and move forward with the life He has for us.
Part 7 :: Can I trust God with who I am?
How do you see yourself? Is it how God sees you? In this teaching, Pastor Mike & Jen McCourt look at the life of Ruth as a template for how God can rewrite our story, reset our identity, and redeem our past for a beautiful future.
Part 8 :: Can I trust God with my desires?
What causes you to drift? Things, life, struggles, anger? What can it look like for you to bring yourself back to God when you are drifting? In this message pastor Mike teaches about trusting God with our desires by looking at the story of David and Bathsheba and how coveting led David down a path of destruction.
Part 9 :: Can I trust God with next?
What do you feel is “next” in your life? Do you think you can trust God with that? In this teaching, Pastor Mike looks at the life of Elijah and how God carefully and systematically leads him to greater levels of trust for what is next.
Part 10 :: Can I trust God with change?
What is God wanting to change in your life? More than likely, it has less to do with changing your circumstances and more to do with changing your heart. In this teaching, Pastor Milo looks at the life of Josiah as an example of how our future isn’t hostage to our past, if our hearts are surrendered to God’s purposes.
Part 11 :: Can I trust God with my marriage? Part 1
To trust God with our marriage implies we adopt his meaning and purpose for our marriage. What has God destined for your marriage?In this teaching, Pastor Mike looks at the life of Hosea and Gomer and considers the sacrifice that God calls us to make for our spouses.
Part 12 :: Can I trust God with my marriage? Part 2
Continuing with the thought of trust, God and marriage, Pastor Mike looks deeper at the story of Hosea and Gomer. How are we to trust God with our marriages in the face of overwhelming disappointment? Does God give me any “outs” that I can use to relieve the pain?
Part 13 :: People of Hope and a Future?
What is the value of your inheritance from God? What lead up to the moments of compromise? How do you prepare yourself for moments of temptation? In this teaching, Pastor Binky considers these questions by looking at the story of Esau selling his birthright for a bowl of soup.