Jan 15, 2022
Pearl Gower Memorial Service
Series: Standalone
This is the audio from the memorial service for Pearl Gower, one of our beloved members at Sunrise. Since it's audio only, the slideshow music is not included. What a life well lived!
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  • Jan 15, 2022Pearl Gower Memorial Service
    Jan 15, 2022
    Pearl Gower Memorial Service
    Series: Standalone
    This is the audio from the memorial service for Pearl Gower, one of our beloved members at Sunrise. Since it's audio only, the slideshow music is not included. What a life well lived!
  • Jan 8, 2022Mark Kent Memorial Service
    Jan 8, 2022
    Mark Kent Memorial Service
    Series: Standalone
    This is the audio from the memorial service for Mark Kent, our beloved former Senior Minister. Since it's audio only, the slideshow music is not included. We love you, Mr. Kent!
  • Dec 26, 2021Here We Go Again?
    Dec 26, 2021
    Here We Go Again?
    Series: Standalone
    As we finish out 2021 and approach the beginning of 2022, Troy explains that we can start over again every day, not just every year. We can make every day New Year’s Day by living in the moment and making each day count.
  • Dec 24, 2021Christmas Eve Candlelight Service
    Dec 24, 2021
    Christmas Eve Candlelight Service
    Series: Standalone
    On this Christmas Eve, Troy encourages us to remember the light that entered this dark world when Jesus was born, which means we have good news that has incredible power and awakens hope.
  • Dec 19, 2021My Grown-Up Christmas List
    Dec 19, 2021
    My Grown-Up Christmas List
    Series: Standalone
    To follow up our Children's Christmas program, Troy presents a short message on the "kids" aspect of the holiday, and how the types of gifts requested by children are different from the "grown-up" wish lists of adults. Ultimately, we celebrate the birthday of Jesus and we remember that He is the most important gift we can ever receive.
  • Oct 31, 2021Mission Sunday with World Relief
    Oct 31, 2021
    Mission Sunday with World Relief
    Series: Standalone
    For our Fall Mission Sunday, featuring World Relief, Kevin B. shares about the vision and ministry of this organization that's dedicated to serving the most needy among us, especially the refugees who need a safe place to live.
  • Oct 3, 2021I Don’t Want to Do That Anymore
    Oct 3, 2021
    I Don’t Want to Do That Anymore
    Series: Standalone
    Troy discusses our journey to become more like Jesus, and how we need to replace the wrong things in our lives with the right things. He also emphasizes that the difference between the life we’re living, and the life we’ve always wanted, is doing the right things over and over again. NOTE: At approximately the 3:55 mark, the audio is lost for about 20+ seconds, but then returns.
  • Sep 5, 2021Come Back So We Can Leave Again
    Sep 5, 2021
    Come Back So We Can Leave Again
    Series: Standalone
    In our final "standalone" message of the summer, Troy describes how we “come back” each Sunday, just so we can “leave again” by going out into the world, shining our light in the darkness, and sharing the good news of Jesus. Our world needs us; our city needs us; and our neighborhood in the Shadle area needs us.
  • Aug 29, 2021Give Me a Break (or Help Me Escape)
    Aug 29, 2021
    Give Me a Break (or Help Me Escape)
    Series: Standalone
    Sometimes, we need physical rest and the chance to focus on God and gain spiritual strength. Other times, there's a mental or emotional rest that we need just as much, if not more, than physical rest. And that's when we need to get out of our own heads and just do something.
  • Aug 22, 2021No, Please, You Go First
    Aug 22, 2021
    No, Please, You Go First
    Series: Standalone
    Left to ourselves, we tend to put ourselves first and do as little as possible for others. But as Troy explains, we all know, deep down, that there’s a problem with that way of living, and we want to be better than that. What if we thought about others more than ourselves? What if we showed grace and kindness to the people who disagreed with us? What if we did as much as possible for them? What if we said, essentially, “No, Please, You Go First.”