Pastor Craig Morton shares insights from the life of King David from 1 Samuel 21 & 22, focusing on the ramifications of David’s lies and the results of making decisions based on fear.
Pastor Tim Pillsbury speaks from Luke 1:5-20 about taking God at his word and raising our expectations of him and ourselves. To see a video of the miracle mentioned in the message, click here.
Pastor Craig spends this wonderful Father’s Day weekend preaching on the community found in the Trinity, unpacking the concept a little bit, in order to help us understand the nature of God and His love.
Continuing the series on community, Jon Cyphers, leader of the Young Adults and Worship ministry, shares on the importance of a God centered and God sustained community, looking at the accounts found in Acts 2 and 4 and how the Fruit of the Spirit relates to community growth and stability.
There was a separation that occurred in the garden between God and man. In this message on the process of being recovered, guest speaker Bruce Leferriere breaks down the steps of this recovery.
Picking up where he left off, Pastor Craig Morton preaches on community and the way in which God’s gifts encourage interdependence. He communicates often to us through other people, which is a way that He reveals how important and valuable being a part of a community can be.
Continuing his focus on community, Pastor Craig Morton focuses on the importance of being intentional, keeping Christ at the center, and realizing we were made for community and should pursue it.
Pastor Craig Morton continues preaching on transformation. This week he looks at the end of the book of Ephesians and the way that bringing God into relationships changes everything and leads to dramatic transformation.
Continuing his message series on transformation, Pastor Craig Morton focuses on the importance of recognizing the ways in which our past affects our view of the world around us and how we need to be willing to cast those burdens upon God, who will renew us in return.
In part 1 of the new series entitled “Transformation”, Pastor Craig Morton focuses on the importance of realizing that our willpower is not enough to create change, but God specializes in change from the inside out.
Part 2 of Pastor Craig Morton’s series on Spiritual Warfare focuses on the importance of filling yourself with the Holy Spirit, rather than leaving your heart open for other things to fill it.
This week, Pastor Craig Morton preaches about distractions and the way that we can focus too much on the 1% in our life that is going poorly and lose sight of the 99% that is going right and how that can distract us from seeing all that God is doing in our lives.
Christianity is about experiencing God’s presence in real life, not just knowing the facts. Pulling from accounts in Isaiah, Pastor Craig Morton preaches on how important it is as Christians to pursue and experience God.
Continuing on focusing on the power of prayer and fasting, Pastor Craig Morton focuses in on the accounts of King Jehoshaphat and Esther and the way in which fasting impacted their lives.
In the last service of 2016, Pastor Craig speaks on 10 points that can be learned from the account of Elisha and the floating axe head, found in 2 Kings 6:1-7, as well as how to apply these points.
In the special Christmas Eve Service, Pastor Craig recounts the events that lead up to the birth of Jesus. Jesus came to redeem all people and this is evident in the account of His birth, as He redeems specifically the shepherds, the wise men, and Egypt.
Guest speaker Warren Groves shares on his experiences at the YWAM base in Kona, Hawaii, and suggests that we as Christians may need to tweak our theology and endeavor to pursue a pure heart, which will change how we experience the presence of God.
Pastor Craig Morton preaches on the death of “religion” as we know it, the importance of understanding the dynamics of the New Covenant we are part of, and the role of grace in our lives.
This week, Pastor Craig Morton preaches on the importance of being able to recognize the voice of the accuser for what it is and how we need to learn to silence that voice, knowing our relationship with God.
This weekend, Pastor Craig preaches on the fact that Wellspring is a Spirit filled church. In the message, Pastor Craig goes over the various different movements that have influenced Charismatic Christianity and the importance to keep the Gospel centric at all times.
Following last week’s sermon on differences and diversity, Pastor Craig Morton shares on the issue of racism, the way in which the Bible speaks of race, and the way that Christians should respond to racism today.
This weekend guest speaker, Bill Norton, shares from the book of Luke 2 and the way that God will bring you to the place where promises that were dormant, didn’t work, or forgotten will come to pass.
This weekend, we were visited by David Norton and his wife Miha, who are ministers in Romania. At Sunday’s service, David speaks on the Gospel of John and how it reveals Jesus as the lamb of God.