And Justice From All: Going Public

You’d have to be living in a cave to not notice something in the world that frustrates you. Certainly, there are disasters and accidents that shock and sadden us, but when we’re frustrated, it’s typically from ways people have harmed people. Sometimes, we might even say we HATE the injustice and abuse we see. Well, God hates it too—big time. In this talk, Joseph doesn’t just reveal why God hates the way we hurt each other, but the great reason why.

And Justice From All: Close to Home

I think we’d be surprised—maybe a little encouraged—to hear that God hates the way people abuse people even more than we hate it. He hates injustice. He hates inequality. He hates violence. What’s even more surprising is where God starts when He’s ready to stop it.

And Justice From All: Hear Me Roar

It’s not the best of times and it’s really not the worst of times. But many would agree that outrage is in the air—we will not stand for evil and abuse any longer. Maybe the reason is: If God won’t do anything, then we might as well! Joseph launches a series looking at the life, poetry and disruptive vision of a man who seemed to know where God is when evil strikes and what He’s doing about it.

On Demand: Digital Detox

The average American spends 2 hours on email and 2 hours on social media platforms every day—and no matter what apps get developed, we only seem to devote more of ourselves. Maybe we enjoy some of it, but most people would say they wish they could get some of that time back. As we wrap up our series, we solve the biggest danger of all—the demand for your attention.

On Demand: Privacy Settings

We can’t make up our minds. On the one hand, we’re growing more and more uncomfortable with how much of our information is out there. Is there any privacy left? But, on the other hand, there are some people who don’t mind sharing every last detail of their lives to anyone, anywhere. It’s almost painful to read sometimes. But is this helping? Or, is it a function of some deeper deficit?

On Demand: Trending

Social Media is a bona-fide addiction. Though it may not be something everyone suffers, everyone suffers for it. The ability to see people’s lives and invite other’s into our lives and expression is wonderful. But the net result is still largely negative. Bottom line: The more social media we engage, the worse we feel about ourselves. Can the trend be turned?

On Demand: Search Results

It has never been easier to learn. You can learn everything from “How to bake brownies” to “How to play Stairway to Heaven” at any time for free. We have more knowledge at our literal fingertips than any previous generation. So, why does it sometimes seem like we’re no more discerning? No more prudent? What is the one pursuit that helps us make the most of all this data—and avoid becoming educated fools?

On Demand: Babel

At the current, thrilling pace of innovation, can we finally evolve beyond some of our barbaric past? Surely humanity can start to live healthier, kinder and more connected. So why are we seeing more isolation, more violence, more classism and more division than ever? Maybe, despite all of our advancements, there’s a lesson every generation has to re-learn.

Daybreak: Crazy Enough

Ok. Let’s admit it. The resurrection is…a little hard to believe. It defies all the laws of nature. You’ve probably never seen one first hand. Some might even say believing it is a form of delusion. In this special Easter message, find out there’s a whole lot more crazy where that came from—and why you need it in your life.

Big Faith: Opportunity Knocks

Of all the topics associated with faith, the most perplexing is whether or not God leads us in our decisions. Which college should you go to? What’s your career calling? Should you marry him? These and countless other questions face every one of us and, if God speaks into it—if God has a plan for us—it would sure be nice to hear it! As we close up our Big Faith series, find the secret to hearing, knowing and following the leading of God in our life.

Big Faith: Over-Life Success

If faith grows the power of God in your life, what would happen? Would you have the power to live longer? The power to rise above the ordinary boredom and challenges of life? Would it be the power to avoid doubts and despair once and for all? In this talk, discover the power God is ready to give you today and the one, “big faith” choice that unlocks it.

Big Faith: The Front Lines

It’s going to come up. Whenever we talk about “big faith”, we can’t help but think of all the stories of people being miraculously healed. Sometimes, it’s the work of charlatans preying on the desperate. But do people still see miracles happening? Does God still use people to do the impossible? If so, what would that kind of faith look like?

Big Faith: Who, Us?

Jesus said there’s a kind of faith that, even in small amounts, has the power to move mountains around. Is that true? Everyone has personal, relational, spiritual mountains to move from time to time. So how does someone tap into that? In this talk, Joseph unveils the first of 4 choices people with faith make—and why they see vastly different results because of it.

Big Faith: You Choose

Faith. It’s a word we throw around a lot. It’s something people credit for miracles in their lives. It’s something other people say they’ve lost. Some say it’s whatever you make of it. Some say it can actually move mountains. As we launch into this new series, Joseph explains the kind of faith Jesus envisioned, and why He expected us to encounter extraordinary things if we have it in our lives.

3rd Anniversary Sunday: How Sweet the Sound

Joseph spends a few minutes during our 3rd Anniversary Sunday to celebrate how great God has been and how much the city still needs to hear about the hope, purpose, value and vision God wants to share through us.

Marks of Maturity: Yes Means No

In this final talk of the series, Joseph exposes a special kind of lie a lot of us tell—some of us tell it every single day. And the reason we tell it is that we think it STRENGTHENS our future. We want to answer that lie with a kind of TRUTH only mature people tell—and why your best future is waiting for you to tell it.

Marks of Maturity: Something to Hold Onto

Are you tired of seeing another example of someone with power, influence or artistry destroyed by a lapse in judgement or an addiction? Someone respected and honored dismantled by their past? Well, how can you be certain it will never happen to you? In this talk, Joseph uncovers the least popular, yet most powerful mark of maturity. Some of the people in your life won’t understand it, but your future will thank you for it.

Marks of Maturity: I Got This

Mature individuals aren’t just aware of their weaknesses and blindspots, they’re also keenly aware of what makes them exceptionally strong. Some call it their “genius," their “edge," their “brand." It’s how “you do you." Whatever you call it, God’s handcrafted you to make a unique mark on history and many live their entire lives never knowing what it is. In this talk, we uncover the counter-intuitive mark of maturity that uncovers your strength and the reason it’s any good in the first place.

Marks of Maturity: Your Secret Weapon

Many people will tell you that the greatest predictor of healthy relationships and career success is self-awareness. The more you know you, the better you know how to move you through the world. But many of us avoid this powerful practice. In this talk, Joseph will uncover why so much hinges on how well you know yourself and how to fearlessly discover more.

Marks of Maturity: Mine! Mine! Mine!

Most of us have hit that roadblock before. We have a desire to create a future, we have a vision for what it could be, but our relationships, our boss, our circumstances, the economy have put a damper on it. We’re held back. In this talk, Joseph reveals the source of what’s really holding you back from your future and the one, critical step you have to take to get rid of it.