Pastor Patrick Tanton wraps up the book of Ephesians with a look at Paul’s direction on prayer.
We don’t always get the answers we want and are left asking God why? Why do bad things happen and what do we do when God says no or doesn’t answer our prayers the way we wanted? Pastor Josh Yancey finishes The Lord’s Prayer series with a challenging message on when things don’t go the way we wanted.
Jesus gave us a template for us to fight temptation and protect us from our own sin. Pastor Patrick Tanton breaks down that template in a practical way so that we can overcome our temptations.
We all have pain and hurt in our lives but the beauty of Prayer is that it changes everything, including us. Just as Jesus forgave all of us for our sins, we’re called to do the same to others. Which is easier said than done. Pastor Patrick Tanton shows us the practical ways Jesus gave us to forgive.
As Pastor Patrick Tanton continues our series, we look at some more questions surrounding prayer like why do we say “in Jesus name?” Or “what should we pray for?”
Prayer can oftentimes feel awkward or hard and we can tend to fall back on memorized prayers or phrases. The Lord’s Prayer is probably the most memorized prayer ever but Jesus actually meant for this prayer to be modeled not memorized. Pastor Patrick Tanton starts the series off by looking at the ways Jesus teaches us to pray.