Crisis Mode

Crisis Mode

Life with others can be hard in a world already full of struggles and conflicts. How can we build healthy relationships by rethinking our misconceptions and focusing on what really matters?

Crisis Mode explores the struggles and conflicts in marriages, families, and other relationships. Senior Pastor Marty Grubbs will lead us through this series that includes a biblical approach to cultivate healthy relationships.

Crisis Mode
  • Ep 1: Can We Get Along?

    Broken relationships are a frequent and common side effect of the human condition, but Jesus can help us bring healing to our relationships. Watch this message from Senior Pastor Marty Grubbs as he gives us 6 habits to strengthen our relationships.

  • Ep 2: Strangers in a Strange Land

    Exile is simply being in a place we don’t want to be, whether from consequences of our own actions or from situations beyond our control. God did not forsake the Jews during their exile, and he won’t forsake us now. Watch this message from Senior Pastor Marty Grubbs to learn more.

  • Ep 3: One Big Question

    Pastor Andy Rauschkolb continues in the Crisis Mode series by prompting us with one big question.

  • Ep 4: The Unseen Killer of Relationships

    Senior Pastor Marty Grubbs talks about hardheartedness.

  • Ep 5: Uniquely You

    Senior Pastor Marty Grubbs talks about Mother's Day and women in leadership.

  • Ep 6: Family Drama

    Pastor Bill Search talks about dysfunctional families.

  • Ep 7: The Trust Game

    Pastor Angela Presley talks about trust in our families and with the Lord.

  • Ep 8: When All Hope Is Lost

    Senior Pastor Marty Grubbs teaches about 1 Kings 17:7-16

  • Ep 9: Divorce: Not What We Had in Mind

    Senior Pastor Marty Grubbs explores the history of divorce from a biblical perspective.

  • Ep 10: A Father's Love

    In Luke 15, Jesus tells the parable of the prodigal son to paint a picture of God, the perfect father, who loves us.

  • Ep 11: Soul Crisis

    In Mark 4, Jesus tells the parable of the sower as an illustration of how we receive and respond to the Good News of Jesus. How does your soul respond to the Gospel?