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Ryan Epps | 6/18/2017

Before Jesus public ministry began he was tested in the wilderness. Watching how Jesus navigated his way through this challenge will equip us for our own wilderness journey.

Ryan Epps | 6/11/2017

We will travel with Jesus and his inner circle to the mountain where he was transfigured before them. It was the trip of a lifetime. But what was it’s significance then and what does it mean for us today?

Ryan Epps | 6/4/2017

We will travel with Jesus to the pool of Bethesda, where people gathered in desperate hope for healing power. Healing was such a central part of Jesus’ ministry, but can we still experience his healing today?

Ryan Epps | 5/28/2017

We will travel to the banks of the Jordan River and witness the baptism of Jesus by John the Baptist. What is true meaning of this ancient ritual, why was it important to Jesus, and what is its relevance for us today?

Ryan Epps | 5/21/2017

Senior Sunday

Ryan Epps | 5/14/2017

God loves us unconditionally. We are commanded to love God, our neighbors, even our enemies. We are incapable of loving others in our own strength. We can love others with God’s love.  

Ryan Epps | 5/7/2017

Praising God opens doors, breaks chains, and transforms hearts. There is real power in praising God. We live in a negative world, a fallen world. So much of what we hear is just negative, and we have to make a deliberate effort to be positive and counter the culture we live in. Praise is a great tool to help us achieve that.

Ryan Epps | 4/30/2017

Author Frank Lauback called prayer “The mightiest force in the world” because it moves the power on which all other powers depend. But can you honestly say that has been your experience? Have you witnessed the power of prayer in your own life. If not, perhaps it is because you are not really praying, or perhaps your approach to prayer needs to change. In this message we’ll discuss an approach to prayer that is more intentional, more specific, more bold and more interactive.

Ryan Epps | 4/23/2017

Most of us have a desire to change, but we lack the capacity. We settle for the performance-based "gospel" of sin management. We dig in and try harder. It's a seemingly endless cycle. To break the cycle and experience real and lasting change, we have to move from performance-based to a grace-based understanding of our relationship with God. And we must surrender, allowing the power of the Holy Spirit to empower us to change from the inside out.

Ryan Epps | 4/16/2017

Easter 2017 at Cove Church @ Chase

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