Episode two of the Rooted Series takes us back to the beginning of time and to a time before time. It is here, outside of the created order that God took the raw material of His very nature and cast it like a living dye into the creation. This understanding is a building block for […]
The Bible begins and ends with a marriage. In between these two events is a glorious and sometimes sordid history to find relational meaning and identity through our sexuality. But what does God have to say on the matter and how do we live out our spirituality as part of our sexuality? Join us at LJCF on January the 16th and 23rd for a two week series on God, the Bible and our sexuality.
The Bible is arguably the most sexual book in the world. The Bible also vividly displays a glorious and sometimes sordid history to find relational meaning and identity through our sexuality. But what does God have to say on the matter and how do we live out our Christian spirituality as part of our sexuality?
As Paul concludes years of missional work in Asia minor, he sums up what its all been about and gives a few thoughts on life in Christ and the power of the blood of Jesus. Blood is an interesting metaphor in the scripture and if we are honest a bit odd and hard to understand, […]
We live in a world that is moving way too fast. Few of us have any margin to slow down and enjoy the best of life. In this talk Pastor Adam Stadtmiller looks at the restful culture of heaven and gives some biblical perspectives on slowing down.
Roseto, Pennsylvania is the type of classic small town that moviemakers look for as a setting for scenes of quintessential Americana. Its population has fluctuated by only a couple hundred people over the last century. From all appearances, things have frozen in time.
Paul’s 2nd missionary journey to the Barbaric North (Macedonia) revealed a group of churches that would eventually become a lifeline for him as he toiled in a Roman prison. These were some of the most poor people in the region, but they never let their poverty define them. Instead, these people become some of the […]
Paul’s journey to Macedonia set’s the course of history as the gospel interrupts Western thought and practice. Listen as Pastor Adam tackles everything from Roman history to the Social Gospel movement of the early 1900’s and beyond. It’s a rad talk.
The first church had a good problem. Both Jews and Gentiles were becoming Christ followers, but each had different needs and perspectives. Paul’s was a chameleon, a master at being able to reach any person and in any audience. That seems to be a lost skill in the bi-faith and bi-partisan world we live in. In this message I talk about how to effectively communicate the gospel to a wide variety of people no matter their background.