Making the Shift 2016 – So, what’s next? – March 6, 2016 AM

March 6, 2016

Pastor James St. John talks about what comes next for those committed to making a Soul Shift, this year. He gives us practical advice on how to move forward from our personal starting point to growing in grace, avoiding the pitfalls and areas where we get stuck.

Making the Shift 2016 – Me to We – February 28, 2016 AM

February 28, 2016

Pastor Tim Thomas, continues our “Making the Shift 2016” series, calling us back to family and community…away from a me-centered to we-centered walk of faith.

Making the Shift 2016 – Sheep to Shepherd – February 21, 2016 AM

February 21, 2016

Pastor James St. John continues our SoulShift series, Making the Shift 2016, discussing the shift from sheep to shepherd. This very important shift takes us from a follower of the crowd to a leader, like Jesus. How does that happen? What does that look like? Pastor James, preaching form John 10:1-16, helps us discover the

Making the Shift – Ask to Listen – February 14, 2016 AM

February 14, 2016

Continuing our “Making The Shift 2016” series, Pastor Tim Thomas discusses the prime importance of shifting from asking for human guidance in a time of need. It’s time to listen to God.

Making The Shift – Consumer to Steward – February 7, 2016 AM

February 7, 2016

Pastor Tim Thomas continues our series, Making The Shift, challenging us to remember that God owns it all and graciously gives us stewardship of what He gives us.  That is a real SoulShift, from Consumer to Steward.

Making The Shift – Seen to Unseen – January 31, 2016 AM

January 31, 2016

Pastor Tim Thomas continues our SoulShift Series, Making the Shift, preaching from Mark 10. He challenges us to seek to shift from our dependence on that which is seen so that we might allow the Lord to open our eyes to the unseen.

Making the Shift: From Slave to Child – January 24, 2016 AM

January 26, 2016

Pastor James continues our “Making the Shift” series, inviting us to shift from seeing ourselves as a slave, bound to external performance and external commitments to win God’s favor, to seeing ourselves as a child of God, living with the privileges and responsibilities that come with that identity.