The key to mental health is to give thanks to God in every situation. Bill Johnson invites us into a lifestyle of thanksgiving. Let’s choose joy in the midst of difficulty.
Isaiah 60, Revelation 21:21, Ephesians 4:29
This message is Week 3 of Part 3 of the series Life of a Disciple. Bernie Ooley challenges us, as a royal priesthood, to search out God's Word. God wants to increase our capacity for His Word.
Psalm 119:9, 11 2 Timothy 3:12
This message is Week 2 of Part 3 of the series Life of a Disciple. Bill Johnson invites us into a fresh love of the word of God. Let’s continue to stay hungry for His word.
Psalm 119:9, 11 2 Timothy 3:12
This message is Week 1 of Part 3 of the series Life of a Disciple. Dann Farrelly, associate pastor at Bethel Church, teaches us the value of scripture and how it guides us into a stronger relationship with God. Let's commune with the author of the Bible and continue to transform into His likeness.
God’s main ambition for us to be like Jesus. Bill Johnson challenges us to recognize how the relationships that challenge us are making us more like Jesus. We need people that don’t think like us to smooth us out and become greater.
Jesus commanded us to love our neighbor as we love ourselves. Candace Johnson challenges us to pay attention to our self talk and how we are loving ourselves with our words or judgements. Let us lean into what God says about us and embrace who we are with compassion and kindness.
Isaiah 61, Mark 12:30-31, Ephesians 4:25-27, 29-32, Mark 11:25-26
Psalm 23 is one of the most recognizable scriptures in the Bible. Pastor Bill Johnson reads through 3 translations of Psalm 23 to teach us what God is communicating to us. May this psalm speak something new to you today.
Rebekah Lyons, author of “You Are Free”, joins us at Bethel Church to share with us the value of freedom! Let us become loose from the shackles that prevent us from running the race God has called us to.
Galatians 3:26, John 12:17
This message is Week 3 of Part 2 of the series Life of a Disciple. Kris Vallotton encourages us to step into our divine identity and pray from heavenly places. God has given us the ability to shape history through our prayers.
This message is Week Two of Part Two of the series Life of a Disciple. Bill Johnson encourages us to pray from a burning heart for Jesus. Sometimes the strength of our prayer is affected by the place we pray from.
This message is Week One of Part Two of the series Life of a Disciple. Beni Johnson teaches us the joy of communing with God in our prayer life. Because of His blood, we pray from victory, not for victory.
Jesus said to pray for the harvesters, not the harvest. Bill Johnson teaches through Matthew 9 the importance of the laborers Christ was referring to. Let us win for the lamb the reward of His suffering!
God takes the people who were once broken and makes them cultural architects. Kris Vallotton encourages us that our role is to shape culture with the power of the Holy Spirit. May we influence culture everywhere we go.
Isaiah 61, Ephesians 6:10, 2 Corinthians 10, Romans 8:37, 1 Corinthians 3:10
The Word of God is essential to every believer. Bill Johnson walks us through the Parable of the Seed and the Sower to further explain our role in cultivating good soil for His promises to thrive in our lives. Let’s come together to see every promise fulfilled that He would be revealed for who He is.
Eric Johnson shares a message about the Holy Spirit on Pentecost Sunday. The Holy Spirit is charismatic, detailed and so much more. Let us be sensitive to His ways and live an empowered life by His Spirit!
Exodus 31, Judges 6, Acts 2
This message is Week 4 of Part 1 of the series Life of a Disciple. Eric Johnson challenges us to face our emotions in the midst of pain, joy or uncertainty. We are not to skip the process but embrace the process with our God who loves us and is for us!
This message is Week 3 of Part 1 of the series Life of a Disciple. Jon Tyson, the lead pastor at Church of the City New York, joins us to share about our call to disciple through culture. God has called us to redeem, renew and create culture everywhere we go!
Bill Johnson continues our series of the life of a disciple. This is a life that includes obeying His voice and choosing to carry our cross knowing resurrection will come from our Father. The best thing we can do for those around us is to put God first and learn from Him always.
Matthew 10:37, John 13:35, John 15:7-8
The life of discipleship starts with salvation, but our salvation is the launching place of a lifestyle of learning from and following Jesus into the life that He has called us to live. Through loving obedience and submission of all that we are to God, we are invited into a completely new way of living that embraces the gospel of the Kingdom now. Join in as Chris Cruz takes us through some key ways we can begin to experience real discipleship that transforms the way that we live, and grasps what Jesus intended when He offered the abundant life!
Jesus heals on any day. Eric Johnson unpacks the story in John 9 where Jesus heals a blind man on the Sabbath. There is more breakthrough available for us who choose not to settle with the mundane and hunger for more of His presence.
He has risen! He is risen indeed! Bill Johnson teaches us the power of the resurrection of Christ that now lives in all of us. We are all made to see the impossible bow down to the name of Jesus. His blood is always enough.
Eric Johnson continues his "Hello Future" series talking about the life of Joseph. Just like Joseph, there will be moments where our dreams are tested. Abundance and favor are on the other side of cultivating hope and trusting our Father.
What does love look like? Kris Vallotton takes us on a journey of what love is and what it looks like. Our love for others is from God and not reciprocation. Let's love passionately those we come in contact today.
The path God takes us on doesn't always look like we have planned. Eric Johnson encourages us to be patient in the process and understand that God is making a way for us. Take heart and know He is God.