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A family scattered across the Seattle area, meeting weekly in Kirkland. Sunday gathering times: 9:30am + 11:15am at Lake Washington High School. Visit reachchurch.cc to learn more!
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Launch Sunday

Launch Sunday

2020-02-1700:26:49

Our culture says that we are entitled to the things we want immediately and effortlessly. Jesus demonstrates something entirely different. To follow him is to embrace a way of life that will cost you everything....but will be so very worth it.
The closer you are to the identity of who God says you are, the more opposition you will face. Thankfully, our God is greater than it all.
Q+A: Jesus Satisfies

Q+A: Jesus Satisfies

2020-02-1700:20:35

Questions are answered about this week's sermon: "Is a fulfilled life even possible?"
Q+A: Jesus Sanctifies

Q+A: Jesus Sanctifies

2020-02-1700:21:05

Questions are answered about this week's sermon: "Can people really change?"
Q+A: Jesus Sustains

Q+A: Jesus Sustains

2020-02-1700:24:21

Questions are answered about this week's sermon: "Am I going to make it through this?"
Behold Your King

Behold Your King

2020-02-1700:34:56

Your king is on the throne, and your King will get you home. Believe those two things and everything changes.
"Making All Things New" is a three-part story series, written in novel style, about how Sam's life went from ruins to restoration. This is the complete narration, read in three parts.
"Making All Things New" is a three-part story series, written in novel style, about how Sam's life went from ruins to restoration. In the conclusion of Sam's story we see Jesus building a "new city" among the ruins of his divorce and lost relationship with the child he helped raise.
Making All Things New

Making All Things New

2020-02-1700:24:58

"Making All Things New" is a three-part story series, written in novel style, about how Sam's life went from ruins to restoration. This is the complete narration, read in three parts.
"Making All Things New" is a three-part story series, written in novel style, about how Sam's life went from ruins to restoration. In the second part of Sam's story, we find that love looks like pursuit even in the midst of betrayal. As Sam's marriage begins to crumble, he realizes that this part of his story may not end the way he prayed it would.
"Making All Things New" is a three-part story series, written in novel style, about how Sam's life went from ruins to restoration. The first part of Sam's story illustrates how a rebellious kid ran as fast as he could away from God only to be found in the most unlikely place.
Crawling Forward

Crawling Forward

2020-02-1700:02:01

In a culture that tells Christians we have to do more to have purpose, Jake offers a gospel-centered perspective on what it means to live on mission.
Throughout her life Amy defined herself by what she did. But once motherhood came on the scene she realized that defining yourself by what you do, wasn't enough.
Even Good Kids Need God

Even Good Kids Need God

2020-02-1700:02:23

Jason grew up as a kid who didn't party and did his homework. He thought he was doing pretty well. A trip overseas changed all of that.
God & Grief

God & Grief

2020-02-17--:--:--

Krista met Jesus as a young adult. Years later, the unexpected death of her sister would change her capacity as a Christian.
A Fuller Love

A Fuller Love

2020-02-1700:02:08

David wasn't raised in a Christian home, and yet hearing about God's love at a youth event changed the entire course of his life.
Dare to Double Down

Dare to Double Down

2020-02-1600:41:54

Jesus tells us that his soul is troubled—but instead of stopping there, he doubles down on his relationship with God and says, “Father, glorify your name.” Megan unpacks this text and challenges us to show our cards, bet big, and invite God to rain his presence down on us no matter what we’re walking through.
Death Leads to Life

Death Leads to Life

2020-02-0900:44:31

Culture says it’s all about you. Christ says deny yourself, pick up your cross, and follow me. In dying to ourselves daily we experience more joy than we thought possible.
Jesus, We Wish to See You

Jesus, We Wish to See You

2020-02-0200:30:24

How do you "see" Jesus? In John 12, Some Greeks who were looking for Jesus stand out against the gospel narrative as unusual in the political landscape of the time. In a culture where there was separate "worship" for the Gentiles at the Jewish temple, these men were a picture of all who want to know God. As these Greeks request to see Jesus, his response is that in order to rightly see him, you have to see his death, burial, and resurrection.
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