Not many like working for a “boss” who barks orders and expects the impossible. Grumbling and dissatisfaction usual are the results. But the church often has the same problem, which is why so few often do the work of so many. How do Christ-followers make sure that doesn’t happen, while ALSO making it possible to experience genuine, loving relationships and community along the way? God’s Word shows us the answers! This is from Pastor David Gruber’s series, “Experience True Community!”
Do you have emotional faith or passionate faith? There’s a big difference! And knowing or not knowing that difference plays a big part in experiencing true community with other followers of Christ, or mistakenly deciding to be a loner and trying the journey of faith by yourself…which doesn’t work. This is from Pastor David Gruber’s series, “Experiencing True Community!”
There’s one quality which demonstrates true, Christ-like community more than any other quality… love. And while Christians… and churches… can think they are being very loving, it’s the one characteristic which can be wildly overestimated, so much that we sometimes unintentionally communicate: “You don’t belong here.” How can we remain aware of this blind spot, and prevent it in our lives, and in the life of the church? Pastor David Gruber’s message, “The Debt of Love”, helps us discover those answers.
God never designed life to be lived in isolation away from others who can encourage us, guide us, challenge us… He designed us to live in “community” with one another. But that word has been so infused with incorrect meaning that many Christ-followers miss one of His greatest gifts to us: Life-Giving Connections. That’s the name of this first message in Pastor David Gruber’s series, “Experience True Community!”
God continues to move upon the WhiteRose congregation with revival and renewal! How does this happen in a person’s life? II Chronicles 7:14 gives us the answers. Pastor David Gruber shares those steps with us as he concludes this “Vision 2019” series.
The Lord tells us that there is more to a vibrant life with Him than just checking our “don’t do this” list! There is abundant life as we turn and RUN to Him! This is Pastor David Gruber’s series, “If My People”.
God’s Word tells us that renewal can happen in our lives and churches IF we meet HIS conditions! Two of those conditions are praying and seeking. Pastor David Gruber shows us from Christ’s teaching how to accomplish these directives!
As we continue this Vision 2019 series, Pastor David Gruber shows us in the Bible what God required of His people in the past for revival and renewal and growth, and how to make that a reality today. The question is, “Are We Willing”?
Why did Vince Lombardi tell his Green Bay Packers the obvious? Because they were not practicing the fundamental principles for playing football. Join us as Pastor David Gruber reminds the congregation about the vital fundamentals which the bible clearly teaches about growing a church! Also shared are the plans for moving forward into 2019, getting back to the basics for WhiteRose.
Associate Pastor Shane House brings the message this week, and it’s entitled, “Prepare the Way”. How does Christ expect us to prepare the way for His return? Discover the answers!
It’s true… God answers persistent prayer from passionate people! This is Associate Pastor Shane House sharing God’s words with us, encouraging us to make sure we understand how to be that kind of praying, persistent follower of Jesus.
This very personal talk from Pastor David Gruber during the 2018 Christmas Eve service encourages us to consider several great reasons for following the Prince of Peace! This is the final message in the pastor’s series entitled, “Receive the Gift!”
Seven hundred years before Christ was born He was given the name “Everlasting Father”. Pastor David Gruber shares many of God’s promises in this message which will encourage you toward genuinely trusting Jesus as your loving, protective, providing “Forever Father”.
Jesus was called, “MIGHTY GOD” by Isaiah the prophet. And Jesus proved that truth over and over again! Here are three assurances you can have in your life IF you’re willing to experience His might! This is Pastor David Gruber’s Christmas series, “Receive the Gift”, and the message, “Experience His Might!”
Jesus, the child of Christmas is called, “Counselor”. The life-changing question is, “Are you willing to receive and pursue His counsel, His wisdom, during the greatest times to the darkest times in your life?” Here are three ways we can receive and pursue His wisdom! This is Pastor David Gruber’s Christmas series, “Receive the Gift”, and the message is, “Pursue His Counsel!”
How willing are you to experience the “wonders” of God? It’s the heart of the Christmas story, and Jesus was described as wonderful! His wonder is available in a life-changing way! This is part one of Pastor David Gruber’s series, “Receive the Gift!” The beginning of the sermon is the audio from a Youtube-available song by the Singing Contractors. Enjoy!
The Living God wants us to fearlessly embrace our future! Here are several lessons we can learn from the prophet Zechariah about moving forward without fear! This is Pastor David Gruber’s series exploring the bible’s Minor Prophets, and it’s called, “He Still Speaks!”
Is God interested in restoring you after you’ve crashed and burned? ABSOLUTELY! Here’s how that can happen in YOUR life! This is Pastor David Gruber’s series, “He Still Speaks”, and the message is entitled, “Rebuilding Your Shattered Life!”
God is willing to provide us with shelter in those times of life’s storms. God used a man named Zephaniah to show us three lessons for successfully finding that shelter! This is Pastor David Gruber’s series, “He Still Speaks!” This message is called, “Shelter in the Storm!”
During those times in life when we think, “Hey, God, where are you; why aren’t you listening” we can find comfort and guidance in three lessons found in the life of a man named Habakkuk. This is Pastor David Gruber’s series on the Minor Prophets, “He Still Speaks”, and this message is, “Where are You, God?”