Lakeside Church

  • 20 June 2021

    Speaker: Marc Gagnon

    Have you ever felt too lost, too dirty or too damaged for God? Maybe you grew up around people who told you that you were only worth something if you were good, clean, and perfect. Do you think God views you that way? Today, Pastor Robyn Elliott takes us through a section of Luke and we see Jesus deal with the unclean, outcast, and imprisoned in a way that might be unexpected.

  • 13 June 2021

    Speaker: Marc Gagnon

    What are your expectations of Jesus? Maybe you want him to show up in a situation at work, stopping your arrogant co-worker from getting that promotion, or you want financial success, a relationship to develop, or some kind of blessing in your life. Maybe you’re waiting for a miracle – a loved one to know Jesus, a disease to be healed, or a financial situation to improve. In today’s message, Pastor Marc Gagnon leads us through another section of Luke as we discover that sometimes we want the benefits of a relationship with Jesus without the relationship.

  • 6 June 2021

    Speaker: Marc Gagnon

    What comes to mind when you think of being tempted by the devil? Usually the more obvious things come to mind like cheating, substance abuse, lying, and pornography. But often the Devil is far more insidious, using perfectly fine or benign actions to slowly drive a wedge between you and God. Today as Pastor Marc Gagnon leads us through Luke 4, we look at the Devil tempting Jesus, and how we can react to fight temptation in our own lives.

  • 30 May 2021

    Speaker: Marc Gagnon

    What comes to mind when you think about God’s character? Is He loving and invested? Angry and vengeful? Only happy with you if you follow the “rules”? In this message, Pastor Marc Gagnon leads us through a section of Luke 3 that reveals God’s heart and leaves us with the question, “What does this teach me about who God is?”

  • 23 May 2021

    Speaker: Marc Gagnon

    Baptism is an important piece of a Jesus follower’s journey, but what does it do? Is it just a public display of faith? Is it your “ticket to heaven?” Or is it intended to symbolize something more? Today, Pastor Marc Gagnon leads us through a section of Luke 3 as we explore what the bible says about life change and expressing that through baptism.

  • 16 May 2021

    Speaker: Daniel Bell

    Have you ever met someone who blew your mind? There’s just something about people who can draw us in. But how do we distinguish between what captivates our attention and what captivates our heart? It takes wisdom, and Jesus has a lot to teach us on the subject. In this message, Pastor Daniel Bell leads us through a section of Luke 2 as we explore this topic and learn from some of Jesus’ first recorded words.

  • 9 May 2021

    Speaker: Marc Gagnon

    The bible is full of stories of God showing up in ways that challenge expectations. Stories where the poor, the disadvantaged, and the social outcasts are the people who are chosen to carry his message, challenging the social norms. In today’s message, Pastor Marc Gagnon leads us through Luke 2:1-20 and we see the good news of Jesus’ birth brought first to some of the lowest people in society.

  • 2 May 2021

    Speaker: Robyn Elliott

    The human soul cries out for justice. It seems built into the fibre of our being. Stories of injustice around the world grip us and we cry out for justice to be served. But our concept of justice is often reduced to mere punishment and retribution, falling short of God’s righteous ideal. As we dive into Luke 1:41-55 with Pastor Robyn Elliott, we’ll glimpse God’s grander vision for humanity and the invitation to be part of it today.

  • 25 April 2021

    Speaker: Marc Gagnon

    Do you have a plan for your life? For your business? Your career? A relationship? But what happens if life doesn’t turn out the way you think that it should? How will you respond when your plans get turned upside down? In this message, Pastor Marc Gagnon leads us through a passage in Luke as we look at the way Mary handled the news that her life was going to change forever. What can we learn from this story and what question do we need to ask ourselves every time life throws us a curveball?

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