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More than I could ever ask or imagine

Now to him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to his power that is at work within us, to him be glory in the church and in Christ Jesus throughout all generations, for ever and ever! Amen. (Ephesians 3:20-21) I love this verse. I’m living proof that it is true. I […]

New series promo – White Flag

There are times when we get into preparations for a new series at Seacoast Church that the metaphors come very easily; so was the case as we ramped up for our next teaching series, White Flag; based on the premise that to truly find victory in Christ, we must surrender our own will and ways to […]

Sneak peek: Hidden God Teaser Video

Here’s the teaser for our pre-Christmas series at Seacoast, Hidden God, where we will be discussing what we can do when God feels far away from our circumstances. I believe it will be a great way to encourage people at a time of year when loneliness and depression are so prevalent. Tech Specs: Shot on […]

Seacoast Bloopers

We did a short project recently where a series of 5 short videos were produced to give more information about membership in our church; I couldn’t resist putting a blooper reel together! All you have to do is sit in front of the camera and talk… how hard can it be, right? (Embedded video HERE) […]

New Series promo – Compelled

One of the things that I love about Seacoast Church is the way that we study an entire book of the bible in 4-6 week chunks. We try to find a theme in the chapters as they are grouped together. We’ve been studying the book of Acts since about the middle of last year and […]

Help for Haiti

I mentioned in a post this past December about our Christmas with a purpose at Seacoast Church. It was amazing to see how so many people, of all ages, gave so unselfishly to a something that could have such a great positive impact on countless people. We took our eyes off of ourselves and saw […]

Back-loaded worship

I remember the weekend that I interviewed at Seacoast Church… my first experience in their Saturday night service caught me a little off guard; the service began with worship… no surprise there… but it seemed that the music stopped just as quickly as it had started, after just two songs. What? Hold on… this might […]