God For The Rest Of Us
2,000 years ago people thought God was only for Pharisees. The Pharisees were the religious people who claimed moral superiority. Then Jesus showed up and everything changed. Jesus claimed to be God in the flesh, but He hung out with irreligious people everyone thought to be morally inferior. Jesus was called a “friend of sinners” because He spent time with prostitutes and tax collectors and Roman soldiers. And, people began to realize God wasn’t just for the Pharisees…God was for the rest of us as well. Today, somehow people still believe that God is only for the religious people who claim moral superiority. But they’re wrong. God is still for the rest of us. This series will also challenge you to ask yourselves: - Are you for the people who are forgotten and left out? - Are you for the guy who betrayed his wife and left his kids? - Are you for the doubters? The skeptics? The atheists? We are fired up for the series we’re starting at Courageous Church this weekend: God For The Rest Of Us. We’ll be talking about God’s life-transforming unconditional love and amazing grace for normal, sinful people like me, and you. This series will also help you overcome stereotypes and model how to really love people like Jesus does.
El Salvador 2015 RecapJosh Britt|October 25, 2015
The El Salvador mission trip crew recaps the events of their trip.
God For The Rest of Us - Week 6Josh Britt|October 18, 2015
Josh brings a message on God for the City.
God For The Rest Of Us - Week 5Chip Woosley|October 11, 2015
Chip delivers a message on God for the Christian.
God For the Rest of Us - Week 4Brian Metz|October 4, 2015
Brian talks about God for the Forgotten.
God For The Rest Of Us - Week 3Josh Britt|September 27, 2015
Josh talks about God for the hurting.
God For the Rest of Us - Week 2Josh Britt|September 20, 2015
In today's sermon Josh talks about how God advertises.
God For The Rest Of US - Week 1Josh Britt|September 13, 2015
In today's sermon Josh talks about how we run from God and how God pursues after us.