Experts tells us that healthy communication is crucial for relationships to succeed. But when it comes to communicating with those closest to us, we often mail it in, assuming that we’re doing just fine. But there’s one area of communication that we need to truly...

Every gift means something. But sometimes, a gift can mean more than we could possibly know at the time we give it. In this message, Ed Young asks and answers to a very personal question, “Why do I give?” And through some very powerful stories,...

InTense is all about celebrating the past, the present, and future as God continues to do great things through His church. But this not the first time the church has done something like this. In this message, Pastor Ed Young takes us back to a...

Peruse the pages of the New Testament and you will find something interesting. Jesus talked about stuff, money, material possessions more than almost any other topic, including prayer, heaven, and hell. Why? Because the fact is, stuff matters. But often, we can have the wrong...

The beginning of every year brings with it the promise and potential of new things to come. We look back at the past and evaluate where we are in the present so that we can set ourselves up for a phenomenal future. It is an...

We have all read the story of the first Christmas a million times before, from the manager to the magi, we know the drill. In this message, Pastor Ed focuses on the Shepard's side of the story, and helps us find a new perspective on...

Throughout history, God has used ordinary people to do extraordinary things. But sometimes, it doesn’t make sense to us. We find ourselves asking, “Why them, God?” In this message, Pastor Ed Young looks at one of the most known stories of Scripture – the birth...

The life and ministry of Jesus can be highlighted in three principal towns, representing three phases of his time on earth – from his birthplace in Bethlehem, to his hometown of Nazareth, and finally to the streets of Jerusalem. But it wasn’t just Jesus whose...

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