This week, Pastor Dan Irvine joins us and asks the question, “how do we know we are done” in a specific mission field. Listen as he explains the metrics that have been traditionally used to measure how we are doing and measure if, and when, that mission is completed, and hear the most important metric to focus on as we work to become agents of transformation in the world.
“So God’s message continued to spread. The number of believers greatly increased in Jerusalem, and many of the Jewish priests were converted, too.” (Acts 6:7 NLT)
This week, Pastor Jesse examines the heart of our “Glocal” mission, which is to see God’s message of transformation continue to multiply. As we read in Acts 6, we see what it looks like to be transformed believers who are on mission, as we are called to be disciples who make disciples, seeing the lives of others transformed.
This week, as we continue our “Glocal” message series, Pastor Jesse illustrates the connection between, and importance of, training for a discipline of Godly habits and having the passion of strong convictions in a way where we can position ourselves in front of God in such a manner where we can transform and impact the world.
As we continue our “Glocal” message series this Mother’s Day weekend, Pastor Jesse explores the maternal heart and the beautiful reflection of God’s heart we see displayed in those who serve others.
“Jesus spoke to the people once more and said, ‘I am the light of the world. If you follow me, you won’t have to walk in darkness, because you will have the light that leads to life.'” (John 8:12 NLT)
“You are the light of the world—like a city on a hilltop that cannot be hidden.” (Matthew 5:14 NLT)
In the passages above, we see Jesus said He is the light of the world, but He also taught His followers that we are to be the light of the world as well. Listen as Dr. Jim Dunn joins us this week as he explains the truth of what that light is and challenges us to reveal that light to others in the darkness surrounding us in the world.