Have you ever wondered what your purpose is? Have you ever thought about whether or not God wants to use you to advance his Kingdom? Listen to this weeks message as Lead Pastor John Almquist discovers how God has called us to be his ministers on his mission. Join us Sunday morning at 10am at McKenna Event Center in New Braunfels, Texas.
Likely you've been told by your parents, spouse, kids, friends, or even a complete stranger how special you are. The opposite is likely true as well. You, or someone you know, has been told how disappointing they are or made to feel 'less than'. Feeling like an outsider and the the desire to feel like an insider is not new. It has been around since before Jesus walked this Earth. The Apostle Paul addresses the discrimination of his day between two very diverse, very different people groups. From Ephesians 2:11-22 we look at Paul's instructions about how we are suppose to love one another. Pastor John Almquist looks at how we are to respond to all people. Join us 10 AM Sunday mornings at McKenna in New Braunfels, Texas.
Who are you? Likely someone has asked you that very question. Have you ever asked yourself "Who am I?" In case you're curious - the Bible has a lot to say about this subject. How you answer this question tells a lot about your view of God. Is He a God looking to slap you down with eternal disappointment every time you mess up? Is He an eternal grandfather that doesn't really care about you and is just okay with you no matter what you do or how you treat yourself and others. Neither view is biblical but is widely accepted. There is good news, no great news! Today Pastor John Almquist continues in part five of our study of Ephesians (Eph 2:1-3) looking at who God says we are in His eyes. Join us 10 AM Sunday mornings at McKenna in New Braunfels, Texas.
Have you wanted something so much you knew it would change your life? Well.. maybe not change your life, but your life would be significantly better? Did you notice what happened once you obtained this coveted thing? Most likely it 'faded to black' as the next best thing appeared on the scene of your life. Today Pastor John Almquist continues in part four of our study of Ephesians (Eph 1:15-23) looking at the ultimate things we all want and need. These things of God are what we long for, what we are made for, and no amount of stuff on this earth will ever satisfy. It all fades to black in comparison. Join us 10 AM Sunday mornings at McKenna in New Braunfels, Texas.
Chances are you've seen the holiday car commercial where someone in some make-believe world walks outside their house on Christmas morning to a perfectly manicured, snow-covered lawn where a very expensive, German made, new car awaits adorned with a giant red bow. Have you ever received an undeserving gift? Maybe over the holiday you or someone close to you received a really spectacular gift. Likely it wasn't a new car but perhaps it was still breathtaking. Lead Pastor John Almquist looks at Ephesians 1:7-14 unpacking the Truth that you are treasured by God.
Have you ever considered if you really can choose God? Does God only choose you? These ideas are ones all Christians have wrestled with individually and as congregations. A right understanding is paramount to understanding who you are and how the God in heaven is truly in love with you. By no means is this the easiest topic to tackle but it is rich with truth, love, compassion, and thought. Lead Pastor John Almquist examines Ephesians 1:3-6, unpacking this foundational aspect that is significant to every believer in Christ or anyone considering giving Christianity a second thought. Come join us on Sunday mornings as we would love to connect with you. Learn more at http://thespringsnb.org
Have you ever wished you were rich? Not kinda rich but filthy rich? What if you were and you didn't know it? How would it change your life? How would it change the life of those around you? Today Lead Pastor John Almquist starts a new series on Ephesians where we learn more about our identity in Christ Jesus.
In a world that brings us laughter, excitement, and triumphs, it can also bring loneliness, pain, and overwhelming challenges. Simply put, life can be hard. There is good news! God never intended for us to go at this life alone. Join us and hear about the Good News as Lead Pastor John Almquist helps us stay focus on what 'good' really means. Join us Sunday's at 10a in New Braunfels, Texas.
What to do when sin wins? Most everyone has had a friend, relative, or neighbor bent on self-destruction. Often times they claim they're not hurting anyone as they leave a path in history marked by pain. What is the most loving thing we can do? What should we do? How can we best care for them? Lead Pastor John Almquist continues part three of a closer look at conflict resolution and what to do when someone full surrenders to win, and is resolute in their selfish desires to never look back. Join us on Sunday morning for a great equipping opportunity for a waiting world.
Who doesn't like to be right? Most of us won't admit it, but much of the time we're more interested in being right than being at peace. What marks a true peacemaker? Lead Pastor John Almquist continues part two of a closer look at conflict resolution. Join us on Sunday morning for a great equipping opportunity for a waiting world.