“The birth of Jesus cuts through all of the noise of the season. Hope is lying in that manger.” On Christmas Eve, 2017, Pastor Gary Weston taught on the Wonder of Christmas and the three things the Incarnation teaches us.
How do you respond to Jesus when you can’t seem to find him? Do we run to others or run to Jesus? On Sunday, December 10, 2017, Pastor Mike Marczak preached a sermon from our Gospel of Mark series: On the Move with Jesus.
We have crossed over from death to life because of Jesus. Because of His cross. On Sunday, December 3, 2017, Pastor Gary Weston preached about the death of Jesus and it’s life giving power.
Jesus lived his faith in a public way. In the same way, he desires for us to live our faith openly, so that people will see the reality of what God has done in our lives and have a chance to know Him. On Sunday, November 26, 2017, Pastor Gordon Munro preached this sermon from our On the Move with Jesus series.
There is hope for all of us – the best and the worst – the fallen, broken, and those who have failed. God did it for Peter and he will do it for you! In this sermon from Sunday, November 19, 2017, Pastor Mike Marczak shares Peter’s return to the Lord in Mark 14.
When we learn to embrace God’s will, even when it’s hard, we will see God do things in and through us that we never would have imagined. In this sermon from November 12, 2017, Pastor Gary Weston uncovers 3 ways you can embrace God’s will, even when it’s hard.
In the Gospel of Mark, Jesus serves communion, but in doing so, he breaks tradition. Find out about the cups of communion and the significance of this tradition in this sermon from November 5, 2017.
No matter who you are, the Master has a role for you to extend His kingdom. What is He calling you to? On Sunday, October 29, 2017, Pastor Gary Weston preached the message, “Lessons on Enduring to the End”. This is part of our ongoing sermon series, The Gospel of Mark: On the Move with Jesus.
“Giving is not Gods way of raising money, it’s Gods way of raising people into the likeness of his Son.” On Sunday, October 22, 2017, Pastor Mike Marczak continues his sermon on Tithing and Beyond to uncover the advantages of giving and the spiritual transformation that occurs when we give.
On Sunday, October 15, 2017, Amy Bailey from The Stirring church in Redding, CA spoke about how we could have more in our lives. This was an extension of the Great Commission Women’s Retreat.
Giving is an act of worship. On Sunday, October 8, 2017, Pastor Mike Marczak tackles some worthless and worthwhile reasons to give to the local church. This sermon is part of our ongoing series from the Gospel of Mark: On the Move with Jesus.
How do we “Keep in step with the Spirit” and “Bear much fruit”? On Sunday, October 1, 2017, Pastor Gary Weston preached a sermon from the Gospel of Mark – The Lesson of the Fig Tree.
How are you proclaiming Christ to others? Pastor Gary Weston preached this message, “Proclaiming Christ” on Sunday, September 24, 2017. This is part of our Gospel of Mark: On the Move with Jesus sermon series.
On Sunday, September 17, 2017, Gil Blanco from the Christian and Missionary Alliance Mexicali base visited Gateway. This is his message of reconciliation and the church’s role in the lives of others.
Marriage was the first institution created by God. On Sunday, September 10, 2017, Pastor Mike Marczak continued in our “Gospel of Mark – On the Move with Jesus” sermon series with a message pointing back to the “real thing” of marriage as taught by Jesus in the Gospel of Mark.
Do you have the faith to go to Jesus and ask for what you need? When he answers, how do you respond? In this sermon from September 3, 2017, Pastor Mike Marczak studies Blind Bartimaeus and his response to Jesus. This sermon is from our continuing series, The Gospel of Mark – On the Move with Jesus.
On Sunday, August 27, Pastor Gary Weston completed our sermon series, “Jesus in the Old Testament”, with a sermon out of the book of Zechariah. Pastor Gary Weston encouraged us to live in light of the Second Coming and keep in mind eternal things.
Jesus Christ is the God of ALL people and He has compassion for all. In the story of Jonah, we see this compassion as God calls us to love everyone. On Sunday, August 20, Pastor Gary Weston preached this sermon from our
series, Jesus in the Old Testament.
Have you ever asked the question, “God, where are you in all of this?” The truth is, sometimes God doesn’t deliver us FROM our circumstances, sometimes He wants to meet us IN it and change us. Will we invite him into our “furnace?” On Sunday, August 13, Pastor Mike Marczak continued our series, “Jesus in the Old Testament.”
Jesus is the mediator of a new and better covenant. Now, from the least to the greatest, from the beggar to the CEO, every single one of us can know God. On Sunday, August 6, Pastor Gary Weston brought us a message from the book of Jeremiah – The New Covenant.
Where do you turn for validation? On Sunday, July 30, 2017, Pastor Mike Marczak preached a message from Isaiah – a prophecy of Jesus, 700 years before His arrival. This is our validation!
Human suffering is real and it matters, but it doesn’t change who God is. As we continue our sermon series, Jesus in the Old Testament, Pastor Gary Weston highlights Jesus in the Psalms and how Jesus shows up through prophecy.
Continuing in our Jesus in the Old Testament series, Pastor Gordon Munro tells the beautiful Love Story of Ruth and points out how the Kinsman Redeemer in the story is very much like our Redeemer – Jesus Christ. This sermon is from July 16, 2017.
On Sunday, June 9th, Pastor Gary Weston continued in our sermon series, Jesus in the Old Testament. In Joshua chapter 5, Jesus reveals himself. Pastor Gary Weston discusses how God is on our side and how we can make sure we are on His side, also.
In this sermon preached on July 2, 2017, Pastor Gary Weston explored the Old Testament Bronze Serpent and how Jesus brought us a true and better healing – the healing of our sin condition. Join us in our summer sermon series – Jesus in the Old Testament.