Pastor Shane Stec teaches about the need for both doing good works and sharing good news as we work to accomplish our mission of helping people know and follow Jesus. The 2015 Motown Mission Trip team also shares some of their experiences, insights and takeaways from our recent trip to help families and bring hope to the communities of Detroit.
Pastor Shane Stec looks at five different snapshots from Scripture, teaching that success doesn’t always look like success, but success always looks like faithfulness. We look at glimpses of the lives of Peter (Acts 2), Jeremiah (Jeremiah 32), Joseph (Genesis 37-50), John the Baptist (John 3:27-30; Luke 7:28), and Jesus (John 6:66; Mark 8:31; Matt. 21:42).
Pastor Shane Stec challenges us from Joshua 3-5 to embrace a cycle of stepping out in faith and stopping to celebrate as we follow Jesus together.
Pastor Shane Stec teaches from Matthew 11:25-12:8 and Mark 2:23-28 that Jesus offers us spiritual rest and physical rest. Jesus invites us to come to Him to experience a vibrant relationship, not a set of religious rules or obligations.
Pastor Shane Stec teaches from Colossians 2:6-23, challenging us to keep our faith centered on a close relationship with Jesus and not to settle for cheap substitutes like worldly philosophies or legalistic religious practices.