Category "Video"

Our Ninth And Final Campfire Service

Here’s the video of our ninth and final Sunday Campfire Service from last Sunday. It is hosted by Pastor Andy; it includes Scripture readings, prayer, and worship led by Pastor Kyle.

I wrap up our mini-series about making deals with the devil in the desert (or what Jesus teaches us about making deals with the devil).

If you missed this service or are unable to attend these outdoor services because of COVID-19 or for any other reason, we’d love to have you join us online!

PS—tonight’s service is cancelled due to inclement weather. We will be returning indoors next week, on Sunday, October 18 at 11:30am. Online registration will go live tomorrow. 

Go Seahawks!

Click here for a PDF of the Worship Guide: worship guide sunday campfire service October 4

Our Eighth Campfire Service

Here’s the video of our eighth Sunday Campfire Service from last Sunday. It is hosted by Pastor Andy; it includes Scripture readings, prayer, and worship led by Pastor Kyle.

Pastor Angela continues our new mini-series about making deals with the devil in the desert (or what Jesus teaches us about making deals with the devil).

Her message is to the kids… but really, it’s for all of us.

If you missed this service or are unable to attend these outdoor services because of COVID-19 or for any other reason, we’d love to have you join us online!

PS—tonight’s service is at 6:00pm on the east lawn and there is room for you. BYOC (bring your own chair) and be sure to wear a face mask. Please RSVP at: nwlife.church/attend


Click here for a PDF of the Worship Guide: worship guide sunday campfire service October 4

 

 

Our Seventh Campfire Service

Here’s the video of our seventh Sunday Campfire Service from last Sunday. It is hosted by Pastor Angela; it includes Scripture readings, prayer, and worship led by Pastor Kyle.

I begin a new mini-series about making deals with the devil in the desert (or what Jesus teaches us about making deals with the devil).

The message zeros in on the theme of identity—and building a life on what is true.

If you missed this service or are unable to attend these outdoor services because of COVID-19 or for any other reason, we’d love to have you join us online!

PS—tonight’s service is at 6:00pm **NEW TIME** on the east lawn and there is room for you. BYOC (bring your own chair) and be sure to wear a face mask. Please RSVP at: nwlife.church/attend

Click here for a PDF of the Worship Guide: worship guide sunday campfire service September 20

Our Sixth Campfire Service

Here’s the video of our sixth Sunday Campfire Service from last Sunday. It is hosted by Pastor Andy; it includes Scripture readings, prayer, and worship led by Pastor Kyle and Janelle Mike.

I conclude our mini-series… a pandemic remix of the story of Jonah: “Things to do in the Belly of a Whale,” with a message entitled, “We Can Write Better Endings.”

The message is reminder of God’s vision for the beloved community—a reminder that we are being called closer to God and to one another.

If you missed this service or are unable to attend these outdoor services because of COVID-19 or for any other reason, we’d love to have you join us online!

PS—tonight’s service is at 6:00pm **NEW TIME** on the east lawn and there is room for you. BYOC (bring your own chair) and be sure to wear a face mask. Please RSVP at: nwlife.church/attend

 

Click here for a PDF of the Worship Guide: worship guide sunday campfire service September 6

 

Our Fifth Campfire Service

Here’s the video of our fifth Sunday Campfire Service from last Sunday. It is hosted by Pastor Angela; it includes Scripture readings, prayer, and worship led by Shaun Jones.

I continue teaching in our mini-series… a pandemic remix of the story of Jonah: Things to do in the Belly of a Whale.

The message is one of hope—a call to dream again.

If you missed this service or are unable to attend these outdoor services because of COVID-19 or for any other reason, we’d love to have you join us online!

PS—tonight’s service is at 6:30pm on the east lawn and there is room for you. BYOC (bring your own chair) and be sure to wear a face mask. Please RSVP at: nwlife.church/attend

Click here for a PDF of the Worship Guide: worship guide sunday campfire service Aug 30

Our Fourth Campfire Service

Here’s the video of our fourth Sunday Campfire Service from last Sunday. It is hosted by me and Shari and it includes Scripture readings, prayer, and worship led by Pastor Kyle.

Pastor Andy continues our mini-series… a pandemic remix of the story of Jonah: Things to do in the Belly of a Whale.

The message is funny, relatable, and applicable. It’s definitely worth your time.

If you missed this service or are unable to attend these outdoor services because of COVID-19 or for any other reason, we’d love to have you join us online!

PS—tonight’s service is at 6:30pm on the east lawn and there is room for you. BYOC (bring your own chair) and be sure to wear a face mask. Please RSVP at: nwlife.church/attend

Click here for a PDF of the Worship Guide: worship guide sunday campfire service Aug 23

Our Third Campfire Service

Here’s the video of our third Sunday Campfire Service from last Sunday. It is hosted by Pastor Andy and includes Scripture readings, prayer, and worship led by Pastor Kyle and Bailey.

I continue our new mini-series… a pandemic remix of the story of Jonah: Things to do in the Belly of a Whale.

It was 90+ degrees at 6:30pm last week and I’m pretty sure sweat dripped in my eye a few times while I was speaking. Thankfully, we did not have a campfire!

If you missed this service or are unable to attend these outdoor services because of COVID-19 or for any other reason, we’d love to have you join us online!

PS—tonight’s service is at 6:30pm on the east lawn and there is room for you. BYOC (bring your own chair) and be sure to wear a face mask. Please RSVP at: nwlife.church/attend

Click here for a PDF of the Worship Guide: worship guide sunday campfire service Aug 16

Our Second Sunday Campfire Service

Here’s the video of our second Sunday Campfire Service from last Sunday. It is hosted by Pastor Angela and includes Scripture readings, prayer, and worship led by Pastor Kyle.

I start a new mini-series… a pandemic remix of the story of Jonah: Things to do in the Belly of a Whale.

If you missed this service or are unable to attend these outdoor services because of COVID-19 or for any other reason, we’d love to have you join us online!

PS—tonight’s service is at 6:30pm on the east lawn and there is room for you. BYOC (bring your own chair) and be sure to wear a face mask. Please RSVP at: nwlife.church/attend

Click here for a PDF of the Worship Guide: worship guide sunday campfire service

Our First Sunday Campfire Service

Here’s the video of our first Sunday Campfire Service. It is hosted by Pastor Andy and includes Scripture readings, prayer, and worship led by Pastor Kyle.

I give my first message in five months… a story of lockdown from the early church (AKA Paul and Silas in prison).

If you missed this service, or are unable to attend these outdoor services because of COVID-19 or for any other reason, we’d love to have you join us online!

PS—tonight’s service is at 6:30pm on the east lawn and there is room for you. BYOC (bring your own chair) and be sure to wear a face mask.

NWLife Weekly Conversation—Never Losing Hope—Louise Hoy’s Story

Here is our twentieth NWLife video podcast featuring our weekly conversation.

Today’s theme: Never Losing Hope

Today, Shari and I sit down with our good friend Louise Hoy to hear another part of her story… one from early in her life that includes abandonment, abduction, and abuse—emotional, physical, and sexual **trigger warning – this episode contains stories of childhood physical and sexual abuse.**

Miraculously, Louise never lost hope. She is a survivor. And God used what others meant for her harm to be turned into something redemptive and good.

This video also includes worship led by Georgia Carlton and our band.

I hope you will take 35 minutes to join us for some church today!

“We who follow Jesus are working in wounds, working with wounds, and working through wounds.” —Willie James Jennings