Joy in the Key of Life: Walking with Christ through Life's Uncertainties

  • Unity Wins! (Philippians 4:1-9)

    In this powerful, sweeping message Pastor Mark dives deep in to the theme of Philippians, and shows why divisions then and now are overcome through our collective unity in Christ. Learn the true meaning of the word, "rejoice;" why Euodia and Syntyche were likely at odds; why fighting for "shotgun" is not worth it; and how to find peace in the midst of otherwise anxious times. This message was presented on November 20, 2016 at Mosaic's Little Rock campus.

  • Pressing In (Philippians 3:12-21)

    It's not hard to see that we live in a destructive cultural climate full of anger and pain. It can be difficult to see our way out and to resolve the tension, but the apostle Paul challenges us to lift up our eyes and remember who we are and who our Hope is in. This message was presented on November 13, 2016 at Mosaic's Little Rock campus.

  • Spiritual Accounting 101

    In Philippians 3:1-11, Paul lists all the strongest things that defined his identity and then promptly moves them from attributes to liabilities. Then, he not only considers them liabilities but when compared to the superiority of Christ our Lord considered them as rubbish (human waste, trash). In this message Pastor Harry talks about what it means not to put confidence in the flesh, but also talks about “kenosis," (Christ’s emptying of Himself) and what it means to be that type of leader. This message was presented on November 6, 2016 at Mosaic's Little Rock campus.

  • What God Works In, We Should Work Out

    In this passage of Philippians, Pastor Harry discusses the necessity and motivation for being a light to a dark world. He explains what working out our salvation with fear and trembling means and discusses the practical outflows of this passage. This message was presented on October 30, 2016 at Mosaic's Little Rock campus.

  • Make My Joy Complete (Philippians 2:1-11)

    Paul's charge to "conduct yourselves in a manner worth of the gospel of Christ" (1:27; Ephesians 4:1) is a collective call to be one in the church for the sake of the gospel (1:28; Ephesians 4:4-6). In this message, Pastor Mark provides the backdrop to Paul's instruction, explains the attitude (specifically) we are to have in us that was also in Christ (2:5-11), and what it means to leverage power, position and privilege in today's world so that others can come to know Him as we do. This message was presented on October 23, 2016 at Mosaic's Little Rock campus.

  • I'm All In (Phil 1:19-30)

    Often, we are bored with our Christian faith and at the same time struggle with maintaining joy in our lives. In this message we look at how Paul's passion "To live is Christ or to die is gain" is the key to living life on purpose and full of joy and adventure. This message was presented on October 16, 2016 at Mosaic's Little Rock campus.

  • Philippians 1 Introduction

    In this introduction, Pastor Harry discusses Paul’s three attitudes that showed that God is more sovereign than we think He is. He also provided the back story for the writing of the book that, while challenging and full of obstacles, showed how God directs our steps. This message was presented on October 9, 2016 at Mosaic's Little Rock campus.