Entries by Cam

Young Thanks (Thanksgiving Eve)

Our Thanksgiving Eve Service focuses on our young adults. Young people are experiencing and interacting with God in extraordinary ways; in this service we hear testimonies from a handful of young adults. We have an amazing God; we have a lot to give Him thanks for!

Be the Best Neighbor – GROWING YOUNG SERIES #6

Sermon preached by Pastor Mark Kleinheksel titled, “Be the Best Neighbor,” in which Mark brings us through the parable of the Good Samaritan. This parable challenges us to stop looking for the loopholes in the law and strive to be the best neighbors. Growing Young is about helping young people grow their passion for the […]

Bleeding Young – GROWING YOUNG SERIES #5

Sermon preached by Pastor Mark Kleinheksel titled, “Bleeding Young,” in which Mark explores how Jesus centered His Kingdom on children and what that means for the church today. Growing Young is about helping young people grow their passion for the Church and use their gifts to serve God and each other. This sermon looks at […]

Warm is the New Cool – GROWING YOUNG SERIES #4

Sermon preached by Pastor Mark Kleinheksel titled, “Warm is the New Cool,” in which Mark explores what being a warm, not simply a polite, community looks like. Growing Young is about helping young people grow their passion for the Church and use their gifts to serve God and each other. This sermon looks at the […]

Christian No More – GROWING YOUNG SERIES #3

Sermon preached by Pastor Mark Kleinheksel titled, “Christian No More,” in which Mark explores what being a Christian really means. Growing Young is about helping young people grow their passion for the Church and use their gifts to serve God and each other. This sermon looks at the way God, in Jesus, walked in our […]

Wearing Vans – GROWING YOUNG SERIES #2

Sermon preached by Pastor Mark Kleinheksel titled, “Wearing Vans.” Growing Young is about helping young people grow their passion for the Church and use their gifts to serve God and each other. This sermon looks at the way God, in Jesus, walked in our shoes and we need to learn about the younger generations by […]