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Podcasts

Break Me

Jason Leong

Speaker: Lead Pastor Tom Olson

Series: Dangerous Prayers

It's neither common nor comforting to intentionally ask God to break us... but it's crucial. Listen in as we continue looking at the importance of dangerous prayers.

Search Me

Jason Leong

Speaker: Lead Pastor Tom Olson

Series: Dangerous Prayers

It's one thing when we have to respond to a trying time into our lives in the first place. Are we willing to ask God to test us? Listen in as we take a closer look at the importance of dangerous prayers.

What Does God Want Me to Do?

Jason Leong

Speaker: Guest Pastor Adrian Tsingaris

Series: Threads

We face decision-making opportunities all the time in our busy lives, but it may not always seem clear what choices we should make. What if there was a way to always know exactly what to do? Listen in as Guest Pastor Adrian Tsingaris shows us how though a teaching on Acts 16.

The Offensive

Jason Leong

Speaker: Lead Pastor Tom Olson

Series: Threads

When someone finds you offensive, it's easy to get defensive... but what if you countered with an offense of your own? Have a listen as we continue discussing how we are called to live.

How To See It

Jason Leong

Speaker: Lead Pastor Tom Olson

Series: Threads

Do you see the glass as half empty or half full? One means seeing the glass as it is, and the other means seeing the glass as it can be. Does God care how you look at things? You bet He does. Click below for more on this topic.