Bless. We hear it a lot. Bless you. Bless this. Bless that.
But, what does it mean to be blessed?
While teaching his followers on the side of a mountain, Jesus paints the picture of what it looks like to live a blessed life as he taught the Beatitudes. In our fall series, Blessed, we're studying the Beatitudes to discover how we can have peace and fulfillment in life, work, and relationships... how we all can be blessed.
Part 1 :: DEPENDENCE
In "Dependence," senior pastor Jim Bricker looks at our dependence on God and lays out 3 things we must depend on to live in the reality of His Kingdom.
Part 2 :: BROKENNESS
God has a special blessing for those who mourn, and for those who weep. In "Brokenness," senior pastor
Jim Bricker shares with us four ways that God blesses the brokenhearted.
Part 3 :: GENTLENESS
Gentleness has its own quiet strength - strength so profound, that it brings great blessings. In "Gentleness" senior pastor Jim Bricker talks about four ways that gentleness makes us blessed.
Part 4 :: HUNGER
To be spiritually hungry is to be spiritually healthy. In "Hunger" senior pastor Jim Bricker shares four ways for each of us to stay spiritually hungry.
Part 5 :: MERCY
Those who are merciful are blessed, because they will be given mercy. In "Mercy" senior pastor Jim Bricker shows us three great ways to be merciful to those around us.
Part 6 :: INTEGRITY
The world may look at us from the outside, but God sees our hearts. In "Integrity" pastor Chris Clay shares how we can all develop integrity and shares three blessings we encounter as we strive for pure hearts.
Part 7 :: THE PATHWAY OF PEACE
In a world filled with strife, the Lord calls us to make peace. In "The Pathway of Peace" pastor Jonathan Bricker shares three ways that Jesus wants us to be peacemakers.
Part 8 :: OPPOSITION
Nothing worthwhile is easy. Our path that follows Christ is perilous, just as He said it would be. But that opposition brings a blessing. In "Opposition" senior pastor Jim Bricker shares with us how to handle the opposition, and to receive the blessing that God has for us.