Welcome to the Fresh Life Church podcast! We are a church led by Pastor Levi and Jennie Lusko and exist to see those stranded in sin find life and liberty in Christ. For more information visit freshlife.church or download our app.
Looking ahead in faith requires the vision to see beyond reality and into possibility. As we look to the future, we are believing that we will see what is in ruins today become the vibrant cities of what will be tomorrow.
When you doubt the goodness of God, keep going. In this message, Bianca Olthoff takes us through the story of Ruth showing us that when life sucks, we don't have to. Your next step might be into His blessings.
Judas wasn’t always known as the man who betrayed Jesus. But sin that is allowed to grow can change our identity without us realizing. In observing his betrayal, we are given two truths that can lead us from a path of our own destruction and we see the faithfulness of Jesus to always offer a way to redemption.
What caused David, the man after God’s own heart, to commit adultery and murder? In this message we follow the small compromises that lead to David’s demise and establish three truths to help counteract the same mistakes in our own lives.
As we follow the life of Samson, we see how his small compromises lead to big mistakes. But God is faithful to redeem a humble heart. No one is ever too far gone. Our greatest days can come after our greatest failures.
In Genesis 4 we see someone who could have killed the baby monsters in his life while they were still small, but didn’t. Huge horrible deeds come from tiny seeds - if we’re not victors over our sin we’ll become victims of it.
In this interview, TOMS founder Blake Mycoskie shares about his faith and entrepreneurial spirit launching a company that has given away over 88 million pairs of shoes to those in need. The foundation of TOMS is made possible by the mentality to live as the head and not the tail, something we can all learn from.
Christmas is complicated. From Eden to Bethlehem and beyond, Satan’s mission has been to crush the head of Christ, but Jesus freely gave His life for us. We must choose if we’ll remain on our own throne or recognize His.
It’s clear in the scriptures that children are a priority to Jesus, and He advises us to follow their example in how we live out our faith. In this message we explore what it means to live with the heart of a child.
This all too familiar movement of #adulting poses the question of what it means to enter adulthood. There's more to being an adult than age. It's time to rise up and allow the love of God to change us from within.
Everyone has questioned the meaning of life. In this teaching we discover the truth that a world without God has no meaning at all. But with Jesus, we have something strong enough to bear the weight of our souls and we can live out our ever-fleeting lives with confidence.
In this teaching, we are reminded that although we will face circumstances that are just not fair, we also have a God who loves us and offers us grace that we don’t deserve. And that makes Him worthy of praise.
In this message, Pastor Carl Lentz reminds us of who we are and how we are meant to live as Christ-followers. We should be leading the way in loving others better than anyone else, following in the ways of Jesus.
In this message, we join Carlos Whittaker as he highlights the main theme of his new book “Kill the Spider.” We learn that cleaning up cobwebs in our lives is a temporary solution preventing ultimate joy and peace. We need courage and the Holy Spirit’s guidance to hunt down the spiders and kill the lies lurking in our souls.
In this special Father's Day message, Pastor Craig Groeschel gives us practical things we can do as Fathers and as the Church to raise a generation of Christ centered, biblically anchored, world changers.
When you have nowhere to go but up, it’s essential to look to God for revelation during your tribulation. God wants you walking in power, postured with a humble heart and the spirit of a volunteer, to carry out His perfect plan to save the world.
How many times have you wondered if God was sleeping through your darkest hours? We look into Abraham’s life to see that faith requires uncertainty, but our God is holding up His end of the bargain and ours as well.