Listen in as guest speaker, Bert Alcorn, wraps up our Found series with a great message from Luke 15 looking at the story of the prodigal son from the perspective of the prodigal, the brother and the father.
Think about something that you lost that was super valuable to you. Think about your emotions and thoughts. It’s interesting because when we lose something, we each respond differently. Some people might freak out or start stress out. Listen in as Neal preaches from Luke 15:7-10 and talks about God’s heart for lost things. We’re going to see that God is actively searching out people who are far from Him and in his love, we are never insignificant!
Have you ever been lost? Maybe there was a time you were driving and got lost on a freeway and had to figure out what to do next. What if your experience with being lost wasn’t physical but spiritual. Can you think of a time where you were spiritually lost and God came the rescue? Listen in as Neal shares from Luke 15:1-7 and talks about being found by God’s great love.
This weekend we finish our sermon series, “This is Us," with a message on our core value" Grace Happens Here." We understand that we do not deserve the grace of God, but we believe that once we've experienced God’s grace we should extend it to one another. This is a safe place to meet with God and learn about the great things He has done for each of us. Listen in as Neal talks about this grace from John 8:1-11.
Listen in as Neal talks about our core value 'we do life together.' Our church is all about doing life in relationship with others. We think a big part of following Jesus is doing life in community with others.
Mother’s Day is a day full of a variety of emotions. Some women struggle with the loss of a child, others are trying to figure out motherhood and many people miss their mom. During this special Mother's Day service, Neal interviews three Coastline moms and asks about their journey from changing diapers to dealing with life-taking disease.
Ongoing studies show us that less and less people are following Jesus in America. One of the ways we can track this is through church attendance. There was a time in America when people went to church every week. Now the average church attender is someone who attends two out of every five Sundays. Listen in as Neal talks about living an outreach focused life.
We are multigenerational because the church is meant to be multigenerational. We think the best way to keep the love of God fresh in our hearts is to place a high value on kids, students and families. We intentionally invest in the next generation. Listen in as Neal continues our series on the core values of Coastline.
Coastline is committed to building people up. Our third core value says: "We are a fun, welcoming, loving and encouraging church community. We want to help everyone take the next spiritual step to grow in their faith journey. We invest ourselves in the lives of others because we think that developing servant leaders matters." Listen in as Neal teaches from 2 Timothy 2:2 on this value.
Listen in to the second sermon in our "This is Us" series, which focuses on our core value of praying bold prayers. Our guest speaker, Scott Grabendike teaches us that the fruit of our prayer life reveals the root of our discipleship.