Posts tagged josiah leuenberger
Controversial Jesus #16 - Glory

Josiah Leuenberger, Director of Young Adult Ministries and Life Stage Leader, looks at how we look at our lives and what truly matters - not in finding answers in living in ourselves, but in having our perspective set on someone infinitely bigger than ourselves and lay our lives down.

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Ask a Pastor Ep. 57 - Enneagram, Peace of God, Green Movement

This episode our Strip Disctrict Campus Pastor, Joel Haldeman, talks with Family Ministry Director in Butler County, Jenna Bajuszik, about being Christian parents and how to deal with friends who are a negative influence on your kids.

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Controversial Jesus #13 - Security

Director of Young Adult Ministries & Life Stage Pastor Josiah Leuenberger looks at the John 10 passage of the Good Shepherd and looks at how we can find our security in Jesus.

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Grace, Community and Unity

If you’re a follower of Christ, I wonder: How big of a deal to you is Christian community? How about Christian unity? Christian community and unity are inseparable results of what Jesus has done on the cross.

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Unexpected Jesus #8 - Is Goodness Enough?

Josiah Leuenberger, Member of the Life Stage Ministry & Director of Young Adult Ministry, looks at the first half of John chapter 3 and thinks about the question "What does God want from us?"

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Ask a Pastor Ep. 31 - Remarriage, Spanking your Children

This episode our Senior Pastor, Dr. Kurt Bjorklund, talks with Director of Young Adult Ministry, Josiah Leuenberger about remarriage in the bible and spanking your children.

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Why I Pray

Prayer is a vital part of the way I practice my faith on a daily basis, but it wasn’t always that way. If you’ve been in the church for any length of time, you’ve likely heard someone talk about the importance of prayer - and that’s for good reason!

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The Savior Enters the Story

Did you know that “Jesus" was one of the most common names in Israel at the time of Jesus Christ’s birth? Naming their sons “Jesus” was a way of expressing their hope in God’s promise. Someone was coming to rescue them.

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