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Hope for God’s House

By Andrea Eiken I follow a lot of people on Twitter. Every day, I browse a list of tweets by people I’ve compiled who are either active in ministry or are against God or the Church (Christianity/the Church as an institution) altogether. I feel strongly about making it a priority to keep a pulse on…

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Is It Possible? // To Accomplish Something Great

“Whatever you need, God is greater. Whatever you’re going through, God is bigger. Whatever your weakness, God is stronger,” Teaching Pastor Jason Strand. Click HERE to watch or listen to Teaching Pastor Jason Strand’s message, “To Accomplish Something Great.”

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Just Imagine

Eagle Brook’s youngest kiddos are finishing up a series called Imagine That! and are learning that God is real and is greater than anything they could ever imagine (Ephesians 3:20). It’s pretty amazing to think about—especially with the crazy, out-of-the-box imaginations these young kids have. I work at Eagle Brook writing content for EBC Kids services, and I often…

RYB: 1 Peter 3:18-22

In this passage we discover that 1) God speaks—he is communicating with this world; 2) God triumphs—he defeats death, is raised to life and is seated next to God in heaven; and 3) God saves—he rescues all who desire to follow him. No matter who you are or where you’ve been, Jesus loves you and died for your sins to provide a way for you to know him, to bring you safely home to God, and restore your relationship with him. Scripture | 1 Peter 3:18-22 18 Christ suffered for our sins once for all time. He never sinned, but he…

RYB: John 14:1-7

Jesus says “I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one can come to the Father except through me.” As the way, Jesus is our path to the Father. As the truth, he is the reality of all God’s promises. As the life, he joins his divine life to ours, both now and eternally. How can we know God? By knowing and following Jesus. Scripture | John 14:1-7 Jesus, the Way to the Father 1 Don’t let your hearts be troubled. Trust in God, and trust also in me. 2 There is more than enough room in my…

RYB: Romans 3:21-26; 10:9-17

Our sin separates us from God. But because God loved us so much, he made a way to wipe away our sin and close the gap that separates us from him. Jesus, his only son, was the solution. Christ willingly stood in our place, paying the penalty for our sin. This sacrifice was enough to cover the sins of the whole world, making it possible to know God and have a relationship with him if we declare that Jesus is Lord and believe in our hearts that God raised him from the dead. Have you accepted this free gift that…

RYB: Joshua 1:1-9

By today’s standards, to accomplish something great means to have power, to know the right people, and to have a relentless desire to get ahead. But God’s strategy for accomplishing something great goes against all of that. God taught Joshua that: 1) You must be strong and courageous to take on the things ahead that are not easy, 2) You must obey God’s commands, and 3) You must fill up on God’s Word—the Bible. We may not look successful in the world’s eyes, but in God’s eyes, we have accomplished something far greater. What might God be calling you to do?…

RYB: 1 Corinthians 12:4-31

As His children, God loves to give us gifts—specifically gifts we can use to build up the body of Christ—the church. God creates a unique place in the body for every believer. Gifts and ministries may overlap, but each believer has a specialized God-designed role. Part of the exciting adventure of following Christ involves discovering your gifts and making them available to God. You can accomplish something great if serving God and his people is your motivation. What are your spiritual gifts? How can you use them to build up the body of Christ? Visit eaglebrookchurch.com/gps to discover your spiritual…