Treasure In Jars Of Clay

By Jordan Seth One of my favorite metaphors in the Bible is when it talks about God being the potter and us being his clay. The metaphor immediately conjures up an image in my head of a pair of hands sitting at a potters wheel, the wheel spinning at the appropriate speed, and a lump of clay spinning in the … Read More

Praise Through the Pain

By Jordan Seth For most of us, this life is a constant struggle in one way or another. It seems that around every corner is something new to deal with. Some of us are facing depression, a failing marriage, or a mountain of financial issues. Others of us are in poor health and silently battling everyday. Just finding a good … Read More

When In Doubt

By Jordan Seth When we find ourselves in difficult seasons, it can be easy to focus on the “IFs” of life. “What if I could have done it differently instead?” “What if God doesn’t work in my situation right now?” “What if things don’t work out for my future?” It’s easy to get caught up in regrets from the past, … Read More

Rest in a Restless House

By Jordan Seth Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy and my burden is light.” Matthew 11:28-30 If you’re like me, … Read More

Vision for the Present AND The Future

By Jordan Seth We’ve recently been doing a sermon series called Flourish: A Vision to Flourish Our Church. I’m personally excited about this because I’m a big believer in casting vision from the pulpit often. Reminding the church of the overall mission and why we do things and talking about the future is important to do regularly. In my opinion, … Read More

Mt. Moriah – The Sneaky Introduction of Resurrection

By Jordan Seth Ah, yes. The classic story of Abraham and Isaac. Abraham hears from God. God tells Abraham to sacrifice his son on a mountain. Abraham follows through without question. The journey is trekked. The altar is built. Isaac is bound and placed on the altar. Abraham’s arm lifts to plunge the knife deep into Isaac’s chest. And at … Read More