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Jeremy Falk Emerging From Crisis: Priority One
May 30, 2021
We have an opportunity to rebuild and reset our lives like never before. We can emerge from this crisis with Christ as our number one priority if we resist the face of the familiar and the force of fear.
Jeremy Falk Fixer Upper: Maintenance and Upkeep
May 23, 2021
Emotional maturation isn’t measured in days and weeks, but in months, years, and decades. Our faithful consistency in new rhythms and practices pays off in the long haul.
Jeremy Falk Fixer Upper: Our New Toolbox
May 16, 2021
As we move towards greater emotional maturity and spiritual health, we must become familiar with new rhythms, routines, and practices.
Elizabeth Chao-Lu Fixer Upper: Break Time
May 9, 2021
Part of growing and maturing in our emotional-spiritual health is learning to rest. There is blessing, joy, and delight found in slowing down and taking time to be with God.
Jeremy Falk Fixer Upper: Hurt on the Job
May 2, 2021
Life continuously confronts us with a series of mini-deaths and losses. Navigating this pain and grief is difficult. Our emotional maturity or immaturity will lead us to respond in ways that either deepen our faith or draw us further away from God.
Jeremy Falk Fixer Upper: Demolition Day
April 25, 2021
Pastor Jeremy shares a personal testimony of a time when he encountered “The Wall” in life; how it affected him, and how God brought him through.
Jeremy Falk Fixer Upper: Throw the Old Tools Away
April 18, 2021
Some of the biggest obstacles that keep us emotionally immature are unhealthy pressures and patterns from our family of origin. There are elements of “family” that we need to break away from to follow Christ and experience spiritual growth in our lives.
Jeremy Falk Fixer Upper: Study the Blueprint
April 11, 2021
When we are emotionally immature, our understanding of who we are is often based on feelings that contradict who God is and who God says we are. These feelings tend to feed us three lies rooted in false narratives.
Jeremy Falk Fixer Upper: The Need for Repair
April 4, 2021
New life in Christ is designed to bring us fully alive in all aspects of who we are: spiritual, emotional, physical, relational, social, and intellectual. When we allow Jesus’ resurrection power to touch the emotional dimension of who we are, it opens us up to deeper spiritual growth and maturity.
Ethan Machida Palm Sunday
March 28, 2021
Too often, we clamor for attention, power, and prestige like the disciples did when they asked to sit on Jesus’ right and left in heaven. Jesus teaches that our desire instead should be to serve others with humility.
Throughout life, our situation and circumstances can radically shift in an instant. Throughout his days, Joseph encountered more than his fair share of these dilemmas. Joseph’s example helps teach us how to remain faithful to God.