What to Do When Faith & Life Collide

4/16/2017 - 5/21/2017

What do you do when there's nothing you can do? What do you do when you have a problem that seems to have no solution? Your job, your marriage, or your life is stuck. You're miles from ideal with no good options. What do you do?


Follow some of our favorite Biblical heroes as they wrestle with some pretty big problems. 

Surrender: The Pathway to Peace

Easter Sunday - Pastor Mike Cooper

Sunday, April 16, 2017

Today, we celebrate Easter – the fact that Jesus has risen from the dead – but on the very first Easter morning, his followers were asking where is God? Does he even care? What do we do now – in the meantime? Maybe you’ve been asking the same questions throughout your life. Through the Easter story, we can be reminded that the current season of life you find yourself in, isn’t the end of the story. God will help you overcome. In this powerful message, you’ll discover some important steps that we need to take when in the meantime.

Shock: Adjusting to a New Normal

Pastor Mike Cooper

Sunday, April 23, 2017

What do you do when you’re facing the greatest detour in your life? When your life is not how you had hoped and you’re not sure if it will ever get to where you want it to be? Our trials don’t end instantly no matter what trial or situation you’re in. In this influential message, we’ll look into the five stages of suffering in Job’s story and what we are to do when we’re in that stage.

Sanctification: Transformed by Trouble

Kathleen Jaoudi

Sunday, April 30, 2017

What are you afraid of? Everyone is afraid of something. It's what we do in spite of our debilitating fear that defines us and God is always with us even when we are afraid. God has a plan for our lives even when we feel like we're too afraid to do anything. In this powerful message, you'll discover some action steps on how to move forward in spite of our fears and how God can still use us to change our lives and the lives of others despite our fears.

Service: Never Waste Your Pain

Pastor Mike Cooper

Sunday, May 07, 2017

We have all sorts of pain that we deal with. Maybe you’re trying your best to put on a great face but inwardly, all you feel is pain. When we experience moments of pain, loss and heartache – it’s natural to wonder where is God in all of this? If God is all-loving, then why would a loving God put me thru so much pain and hurt? In this powerful message, we'll talk about how we can carry the same mindset Paul had, turn our temporary pain into a life of service and remember that the presence of pain does not equal the absence of God.

Struggle: Finding Purpose in the Darkness

Pastor Mike Cooper

Sunday, May 14, 2017

What if God brings a trial in your life to help build your faith? What if he’s not delivering you from problems because he wants you to learn something? This is important because suffering, trials and pain will either shake your faith. Or they’ll prove your faith. And a faith that is tested is a faith that can be trusted. In this powerful message, you’ll discover how to strengthen your faith and learn how to stand strong in the midst of darkness.

Sorrow: Getting Through Life's Losses

Rob Wright

Sunday, May 21, 2017

When we’re in the midst of pain and suffering, it can feel like we’ll never be happy again, nothing good can come from our circumstances, and there’s no reason to continue living. But those are lies. God can redeem, use, and work through our pain. And when he does, we eventually have the opportunity to comfort others. In this insightful message, you'll discover that people who’ve suffered are uniquely equipped and qualified to comfort people who are suffering and God puts those people in your life to help you get through life's toughest losses.

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