Articles and vlogs by our pastors and ZTeam members.

February 9, 2022

Jesus Was Not Homeless, Part Two by Larry Huggins

"When Jesus was young, He lived with Joseph and Mary in Nazareth. That’s where they settled when they returned from Egypt after Herod died. But, when the King-in-waiting was thirty years old, He moved His headquarters to the shores of Lake Galilee."
February 3, 2022

Purpose by Chris Holm

"I don't know about you, but every time I open my Bible, I'm impressed with an overwhelming realization that God just can't seem to get his mind off of me."
February 1, 2022

Jesus Was Not Homeless by Larry Huggins, Part One

"The truth is, Jesus lived as a King because He was the King of Israel and the Heir Apparent to the Throne of David. Even though He was not coronated and He was not seated on an earthly throne, He was, without dispute, the King of Kings."
January 21, 2022

Harvest by Helen Ivicevich

"What if I told you that you can invest faith in something that is 100% the will of God? The full force of heaven will immediately take hold with you to work on behalf of the Kingdom of Heaven. It will thrill your soul, renew your vision, and refresh your first love. Who isn’t going to say, “I want to invest in that!”
January 13, 2022

Who is God? by Tim Christensen

"I just want to start this by saying God is absolutely good, so he cannot nor ever will do anything bad to teach you anything."
January 6, 2022

The Abstract Art of Love by Helen Ivicevich, Part Two

"... I was scheduled to speak in an hour. I threw my notes in the trash and cried out to God for something to say. Little did I know, it would be the cornerstone of my love walk."
January 6, 2022

The Abstract Art of Love by Helen Ivicevich, Part One

"Who is God? What is He like? How can I see Him? Ageless questions spoke by men throughout time. Can we see Him? Can we know Him? Yes, God has always had a plan."
December 29, 2021

Just One More Thing by Terri Branham

"‘Twas the night before Christmas Eve and all through the store, No carts were available not even one more..."
December 17, 2021

The Plant by JP Quianzon

"This will sound terrible, but I usually would’ve just thrown the plant out and called it a day. However, this time, the situation made me rethink my normal course of action. Since the plant was a gift from my coworkers, I felt obligated to bring it back..."