“Life is a storm, my friend,” according to the movie clip played during Pastor Zach’s message on Back to School Sunday. How can you endure it? Survive it? Triumph in it? Trust in Jesus, he says. Message delivered 8/30/15.
(Sorry, but there’s a glitch about 8 minutes into the recording, and a few minutes of the message were lost. But the rest of it is good!)
Zach Zirbel was named associate pastor effective May 1. In his inaugural message as a member of the pastoral team, Zach shares his vision for youth and kids’ ministries in the church. Message delivered 5/3/15.
Zach Zirbel discusses the vital importance of communicating with God. In those times when we feel most like crawling off into a corner to sulk, those are the times we most need to open our hearts to God. Message delivered 3/8/15.
Zach Zirbel, an elder at N3C, shares a message with two main purposes: encouragement to believers whose joy in Christ has gotten dampened by life and time, and an invitation to those who don’t know Christ and his peace to find that peace. Message delivered 11/30/14.
Zach Zirbel, one of our elders, shares about realizing the power of our inheritance in Christ, the power of our identity as children of God, and the spiritual inheritance we’ve been given. Message delivered 10/12/14.
Do you feel like you’re spinning your wheels? Stuck in a rut and accomplishing nothing while trying to follow God? Cheer up! Zach Zirbel shares how the wasteland is an invaluable season of preparation where God transforms you into the person who can do your dreams. Message delivered 7/13/14.
Zach Zirbel takes the podium to examine Moses’ approach to his relationship with God. He started from the position of wanting to know God personally, then insisted that God be present with him and the Israelites in their journey to the promised land. As a result, God presented himself to Moses who then worshiped him. Message delivered 12/1/13
Guest speaker Zach Zirbel shares that whether we are going through a really fiery trial in our life, or just the daily grind, we need encouragement. It takes courage and encouragement just to go to work every day and do a good job so you can hold your head up.
A model of how that can happen is given in 1 Samuel 30, when David and his followers found their families had been carried offby Amalekite raiders. David was distressed because his men were talking about stoning him … but David found strength in the Lord his God.
Short story even shorter, they pursued the Amalekites, destroyed them and got back all their family members and posessions.
Using other examples from scripture and his own life, Zach shares about the critical value of taking encouragement from God. Message delivered 7/14/13.