In this God of Second Chances clip, Lead Pastor Mark shares the importance of stopping the cycle of violence. He also gives an example of Martin Luther King, Jr and his response to a violent act toward his family.
Watch God of Second Chances services live at the Online Campus. Sundays at 9 & 10:45 AM CST, and Wednesdays at 6:30 PM CST.
In this God of Second Chances clip, Lead Pastor Mark shares the process of how Jesus invites to be “all in” with him and his work.
Yesterday, at the Old Mill and Online Campus, we were blessed to hear from Pastor Daouda. Pastor Daouda lives and works in the nation of Mali, and through Double Your Impact we’ve been able to support and bless him.
If you were at the Old Mill or Online Campuses today, you heard Lee Strobel share some powerful stories about God’s grace and love. The one story about adoption reminded me of a short film called The Butterfly Circus. Here’s an official description of the film:
At the height of the Great Depression, the showman of a renowned circus discovers a man without limbs being exploited at a carnival sideshow, but after an intriguing encounter with the showman he becomes driven to hope against everything he has ever believed.
I’ve posted the video here before, but I’ll gladly do it again. Watch it below.
When it comes to relationships, technology can be a wonderful and maddening thing. It allows us to video chat with family and friends half a world away. We can stay connected with people easily. However, we can also find ourselves staring at a screen for hours on end instead of being out with people.
As the Online Campus Pastor, I’m quite aware of the tension between technology and community. In this clip from God of Second Chances, Lead Pastor Mark talks about the tension between the two.
We’re excited to have Lee Strobel share at Christ Community Church this Sunday, January 27. Lee is a New York Times bestselling author, journalist, and a pastor.
Lee will not only be sharing at the Old Mill Campus, but also at the Online Campus at 9 & 10:45 AM CST. Invite a friend to come hear from Lee, or share with people on social media so they can watch him online.