If we’re hoping to get better in any capacity, we should agree first, that Jesus was a *perfect example of being human. Today we get into four different things that Jesus did so that maybe (just maybe) we could do the same.
Watch, listen and engage in biblical teaching from One Church NY. Browse by Series Title or Topic. And don’t forget to take a next-step in faith after you do. Because while knowledge is good, applied knowledge is better.
In order to have a “comeback,” you’d probably have to be at some kind of low point. And while the valley may seem dark, miserable and frustrating—working toward a return that’s greater than what was can be one of the most momentous of your life. Join us this teaching series to start working on your personal redemption story.
“Church” (as culture knows it today) means something a whole lot different than when Jesus planted His first one. Today, Pastor Kevin (Campus Director in Medina) sheds light on how the early church was structured, why certain things were of vital importance and our role within the church today.
In the realm of belief, a frequent speedbump that presents itself is that of truth or love. Isn’t providing wisdom, knowledge or honesty a form of love? Of course! But it may fall short or be completely rejected by the person on the receiving end. Today, Pastor Brian talks about how truth and grace are presented in the bible.
The story of a woman doing wrong is the heart of today’s teaching. And the reply of which Jesus offers holds the merit. Has there ever been a time in your life when you passed judgement on someone’s actions but when it later came to your wrongdoing, you justified it by what you “meant” to do? We all make mistakes. But what’s the best way to respond to those of others?
How do we maintain hope in a world that feels so hopelessly broken? Pastor Brian brings us through some comical and also very applicable lessons on identifying where our hope currently lies and how we can intentionally place it on something much more everlasting.
The “rollercoaster” of staying healthy can be a difficult one to navigate. But the same can be true for offering love the way that God does. In fact, looking closer at this parallel could offer change to your life both spiritually and physically, forever. And today, guest speaker Eric Hall presents on this exactly.
Our Candlelight service in Akron commemorating the birth of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
Seeing through the eyes of a Shepherd on the night a new King was born offers an important perspective to our approach this holiday season. Inside the book of Luke, Pastor Rick shares three notable takeaways from this well-known, yet often overlooked part of the Christmas story.
When Jesus walked the earth, he left us with an important but simple task. And while evangelism looks different in each of our lives, the call to share what’s changed your life forever is the utmost mission for those who know Christ.