Pastor Caesar shares three “R”s for prayer that will help you start, restart, or refresh your prayer life.
Are there really prayers that God doesn’t answer? Join us this week as Pastor Caesar shows us that God hears past our words and hears the desires of our hearts.
In what is perhaps the most famous prayer, The Lord’s Prayer, Jesus models for us how we should pray to our Heavenly Father: UP, OUT, and IN.
In this first message of our series, A Beginner’s Guide To Prayer, Pastor Caesar talks to us about how our understanding of who God is determines everything about how we pray.
They call it the "comfort zone" because it's comfortable. It's easy to stay. It's hard to step out into the unknown. This week, we close our At The Movie series as Jacob Evangelista reminds us why we can be confident when we're stepping out into the unknown.
If you believe that you have made too many mistakes, too many bad decisions, and that you're too far gone for God to accept you, then join us as Jeremy Pulumbarit introduces us to a man whose past should have kept God far, but when he reaches his turning point, we see God was always near.
We all want to accomplish great things, but for many of us, we feel unqualified or, because of our past, disqualified. This week, Jeffrey Pulumbarit shows us that God sees the hero in us - even if we can't see it ourselves.
One of the most well-known stories in the Bible is story of the Prodigal Son. Pastor Caesar talks to us about a part of the story that we may have overlooked, the story of the other son - the Un-Prodigal Son.
In this episode, Ken Arceo helps us explore the story of the Prodigal Son and reflects on how this story, which mirrors his story, reminds us of God's story and how he welcomes every one of us with open arms.
Movies tell great stories. Stories that make us laugh. Stories that make us cry. Stories that we connect with. In our annual summer series, At The Movies, we take some of our favorite movies and use them as jumping off points to explore God's truth. In this message, Pastor Caesar unpacks the idea that we have to build a foundation for the next generation.
If you miss part of the story, it can make a huge difference in how you view the people in it. In this message, we take a look at the story of Jonah and see how the part we missed changes how we see God.
They appear in just about every nativity scene or Christmas card we see, but who were these three wise men? And should they have even been there? Join us for our special Christmas in July weekend as we take a closer look at just who was looking for Jesus...and why.
We've all been disappointed by the people in our lives, but what happens when we are disappointed by God? In this week's message, our guest Pastor Max Souza from Message of Peace Church looks deeper into Elijah's encounter with Jezebel and see why the prophet really ran away.
What if the Bible Stories you grew up with didn't happen exactly as you were told? In this week's message, we take a closer look at the story of David and Goliath and see how what we may have missed changes the message we get from it.
In the final episode of this series, we look at what Jesus had to say about the Sabbath and then talk about techniques for finding your Sabbath rest every week.
When we get into the rhythm of Sabbath rest, it not only restores our bodies, but also refreshes our soul.
Sabbath is about restoration; for the body, the mind, the soul, and for society. In this message, Pastor Caesar explores the deeper implications of practicing Sabbath and how our taking a day off is the first step in restoring and healing our world.
In a world that seems to be moving faster and faster, is it possible to regain our peace while maintaining our pace? In our new series, REST STOP, we take a look at an ancient practice that has the potential to heal our modern world.
Did the reasons that you came up with to step away from your faith come after your decision to step away from your faith? As we wrap up our series, Who Needs God Anyway, we take a look at what comes with stepping back towards your faith.
Is it possible to reconcile a loving and just God with a world that is so full of hate and injustice? This week, we look at what the God of Jesus has to say about God.