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 way God, in Jesus, walked in our shoes and we need to learn about the younger generations by walking in their shoes.

There are 6 Essential Strategies that churches use to get young people excited and energized:
1. Empower young people
2. Empathize with young people
3. Take Jesus’ message seriously
4. Fuel warm community
5. Prioritize young people everywhere
6. Be the best neighbor.

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 shoes and we need to learn about the younger generations by walking in their shoes.

There are 6 Essential Strategies that churches use to get young people excited and energized:
1. Empower young people
2. Empathize with young people
3. Take Jesus’ message seriously
4. Fuel warm community
5. Prioritize young people everywhere
6. Be the best neighbor.

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 walking in their shoes.

There are 6 Essential Strategies that churches use to get young people excited and energized:
1. Empower young people
2. Empathize with young people
3. Take Jesus’ message seriously
4. Fuel warm community
5. Prioritize young people everywhere
6. Be the best neighbor.

Pass the Keys Please – GROWING YOUNG SERIES #1

Six Essential Strategies to help young people grow and love the church.

The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

Sermon preached by Pastor Mark Kleinheksel in our sermon series, “The Marriage Conundrum.”

Marriage health is vital to the success of families and we at Hager Park Church are all about investing in families. We will learn together the “Core Four” for marriage health and vitality. But it takes more than a married couple on their own to insure that health. In addition, there are families where marriage has failed. There are families of one where marriage may never exist. There are single parent families where marriage may be hoped for someday or again. And there are singles who may choose never to be married or remarried. We all need to learn and grow in our understanding of what a Christ-centered strong marriage looks like so that, we can be a part of creating, sustaining and reconciling them. And when things go bad we all need to be a part of picking up the pieces and extending the love and grace of Jesus, so healing can come.

Reconcilable Differences

Sermon preached by Pastor Mark Kleinheksel in our sermon series, “The Marriage Conundrum.”

Marriage health is vital to the success of families and we at Hager Park Church are all about investing in families. We will learn together the “Core Four” for marriage health and vitality. But it takes more than a married couple on their own to insure that health. In addition, there are families where marriage has failed. There are families of one where marriage may never exist. There are single parent families where marriage may be hoped for someday or again. And there are singles who may choose never to be married or remarried. We all need to learn and grow in our understanding of what a Christ-centered strong marriage looks like so that, we can be a part of creating, sustaining and reconciling them. And when things go bad we all need to be a part of picking up the pieces and extending the love and grace of Jesus, so healing can come.

Don’t Mention It

Sermon preached by Pastor Mark Kleinheksel in our sermon series, “The Marriage Conundrum.”

Marriage health is vital to the success of families and we at Hager Park Church are all about investing in families. We will learn together the “Core Four” for marriage health and vitality. But it takes more than a married couple on their own to insure that health. In addition, there are families where marriage has failed. There are families of one where marriage may never exist. There are single parent families where marriage may be hoped for someday or again. And there are singles who may choose never to be married or remarried. We all need to learn and grow in our understanding of what a Christ-centered strong marriage looks like so that, we can be a part of creating, sustaining and reconciling them. And when things go bad we all need to be a part of picking up the pieces and extending the love and grace of Jesus, so healing can come.

Marriage Can Be Fun

Sermon preached by Pastor Mark Kleinheksel in our sermon series, “The Marriage Conundrum.”

Marriage health is vital to the success of families and we at Hager Park Church are all about investing in families. We will learn together the “Core Four” for marriage health and vitality. But it takes more than a married couple on their own to insure that health. In addition, there are families where marriage has failed. There are families of one where marriage may never exist. There are single parent families where marriage may be hoped for someday or again. And there are singles who may choose never to be married or remarried. We all need to learn and grow in our understanding of what a Christ-centered strong marriage looks like so that, we can be a part of creating, sustaining and reconciling them. And when things go bad we all need to be a part of picking up the pieces and extending the love and grace of Jesus, so healing can come.

Great Marriages Begin Here

Sermon preached by Pastor Mark Kleinheksel in our sermon series, “The Marriage Conundrum.”

Marriage health is vital to the success of families and we at Hager Park Church are all about investing in families. We will learn together the “Core Four” for marriage health and vitality. But it takes more than a married couple on their own to insure that health. In addition, there are families where marriage has failed. There are families of one where marriage may never exist. There are single parent families where marriage may be hoped for someday or again. And there are singles who may choose never to be married or remarried. We all need to learn and grow in our understanding of what a Christ-centered strong marriage looks like so that, we can be a part of creating, sustaining and reconciling them. And when things go bad we all need to be a part of picking up the pieces and extending the love and grace of Jesus, so healing can come.

I Do! Then What??

Marriage health is vital to the success of families and we at Hager Park Church are all about investing in families. We will learn together the “Core Four” for marriage health and vitality. But it takes more than a married couple on their own to insure that health. In addition, there are families where marriage has failed. There are families of one where marriage may never exist. There are single parent families where marriage may be hoped for someday or again. And there are singles who may choose never to be married or remarried. We all need to learn and grow in our understanding of what a Christ-centered strong marriage looks like so that, we can be a part of creating, sustaining and reconciling them. And when things go bad we all need to be a part of picking up the pieces and extending the love and grace of Jesus, so healing can come.