Reality Santa Barbara (Video)

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Society has a couple problems with Jesus. He looks for those who believe that he is who he says he is, and invites them to follow him together
When you’re running on empty and there’s not enough to keep going, God can multiply what little you have
- The thief on the cross - Guest Gavin Ortlund teaches from Luke 23:39-43
Where can we find hope when we need healing? In Mark 7:31-37 a blind man desperate for healing encounters Jesus and finds hope in unexpected ways.
What happens when God’s promises don’t seem to line up with our reality? Gritty faith invites us to hear God in a new way in the very places of our disappointment (Core Values, pt 3)
When God seems hidden, some will seek God more desperately and will find their reward. He is gracious and there is always plenty at the table.
There is a shift taking place in the post-pandemic church. What if it’s a blessing in disguise?
RSB Core Values, Pt 2 - Too often we look away instead of truly seeing the people around us. Because of the lavish grace of God through Jesus, we are free to meet each other where we are and call each other to something higher!
The storms of life often challenge our trust. In the famous text of Jesus walking on water in Mark 6:45-52, we discover why our trust gets challenged during trials. But if Jesus really is the Good Shepherd and the Lord of the Storm, then we h
In an over-active, high-pressured environment, Jesus calls us to periodically stop and rejuvenate.
Gabrielle Hughes teaches on wholeheartedness, an RSB core value. In a fragmented world, wholeheartedness means showing up with God and others with all our hearts, minds, and strength.
Discipleship requires dependence, brings opposition, and is fueled by resolve
When we grow too familiar with Jesus, we risk creating "boxes" for him to fit in, and a bottleneck of unbelief threatens to stifle his work in our lives
Jesus gives life to those who are dead
One moment in the presence of Jesus can heal a lifetime of shame
Following Jesus is rarely convenient, but it is always good. He calls us to give up things for our liberation and joy.
A life of meaning rarely runs through calm waters. From Mark 4:35-41, Al Abdulla explores the story of the disciples in the storm, and how we learn to trust Jesus in times of troubled waters of life.
The Kingdom of God is gracious and abundant.
Journey into the Kingdom is a journey of waking up.
The kingdom is like a sower who sows seed.
When we follow Jesus, our allegiance extends also to his people.
Jesus is the only one who can destroy Satan. Yet even those close to Jesus doubt him sometimes. The best choices are when we continue to trust in Jesus even when it’s hard.
Jesus has been declared Lord and King by rising from the dead.
We were made to be with Jesus, and our ministry must flow from intimacy.
Jesus is looking for people who want change, and want it on His terms not their own.
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