Messages by Mark Hinman

Messages by Mark Hinman

How Today Determines Your Tomorrow

Will your investments pay off? Jesus made it clear that what we do in the here and now dramatically affects our future life in His eternal kingdom. As Pastor Mark shares part 10 in our “Jesus Stories with Luke” series, we will gain valuable investing tips from Jesus’ famous “Parable of the 10 Servants” in today’s message “How Today Determines Your Tomorrow” from Luke 19.

Jesus Is for Everybody

The United States has the largest Christian population in the world, but did Jesus just come for Americans? If not, then why don’t more people in nations like Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia, or Pakistan follow Jesus? In his message “Jesus Is for Everybody” Pastor Mark will explore Jesus’ answer to these questions (and more) in part 8 of our series, Jesus Stories with Luke.

Jesus Said to Do WHAT?

Jesus attracted crowds of people with his captivating teaching and healing ministry, but those who became His followers did more than listen. They did something many were unwilling to do–become like Him in attitude in action. In today’s message “Jesus Said to Do WHAT?, Pastor Mark guides us in studying Luke 6:27-49, part 6 in our Jesus Stories with Luke series.

You Were Made to Rest

Exhaustion is epidemic; everybody is tired. But why? Do we just need some more pills, maybe a little yoga or a new mattress? Could it be we have forgotten the rhythm for work and rest that God hardwired into our bodies? As Pastor Mark continues with part 5 of our Jesus Stories with Luke series, we will explore Jesus’ revolutionary, life-giving teaching in a message titled “You Were Made to Rest.”

Dr. Jesus Will See You Now

Many Christians struggle to understand why God seems to heal everybody else but them. As Pastor Mark continues our “Jesus Stories with Luke” in part 4 we will gain new understanding of God’s ways and His plans to release His power into our lives in “Dr. Jesus Will See You Now” based on Luke 4:38-44, 5:12-26.

How to Reject Rejection

Have ever been rejected by a friend or family member? Few things in life cut more deeply than rejection. Jesus faced rejection from some of the most unlikely people in his hometown! In part 2 of our series, Jesus Stories from Luke, Pastor Mark shares share how we can learn valuable lessons from Jesus’ experience on how to handle rejection in our lives today in his message “How to Reject Rejection” from Luke 4:14-44.

Are You Really Ready?

In Part 1 of Jesus Stories with Luke we explore the story of John the Baptist, a man whose mission was simply to prepare people for Jesus. How about you? Are you ready for what Jesus wants to do in your life? (Luke 3:1-22)

Hand Me Another Brick

God is building something bigger than any of us can imagine, and he calls us to build with him. In today’s message, Pastor Mark takes us back to the Old Testament book of Nehemiah. Nehemiah was a trusted member of the royal court for the king of Babylon, but God called him to return to Jerusalem and gave him a vision for rebuilding the ruins of the city. Nehemiah’s courageous leadership provides many lessons for us today as we follow…

He Came for You

While many people are important to the story of Christmas, it is Jesus’ birth we celebrate. He is at the center of it all. “He Came for You,” is Pastor Mark’s Christmas morning message for you.

The Nativity

Welcome to Christmas at Hillcrest. While many people are important in the story of Christmas, it is Jesus’ birth we celebrate. He is at the center of it all. Lift up your heart and voice to Him as we worship together as one, whether here in-person or at home online. Have a candle ready to participate in the candlelighting at the close of the service. Merry Christmas!

When God Uses Special Effects

You can’t tell the story of Jesus birth, without, talking about the many appearances of angels. As “The Characters of Christmas” series continues today, Pastor Mark will help us understand who angels are and what their unique mission was at Jesus’ birth in his message “When God Uses Special Effects,” part 4 in our Christmas series.

What’s so wonderful about this?

You may have heard, “God loves you and has a wonderful plan for your life.” While that’s true in the long-run, does this mean that every event day-to-day is “wonderful”? To find God’s answer, Pastor Mark takes us back to Egypt at a time when the Jews lived as Pharaoh’s slaves, looking forward to a deliverer to come and lead them from captivity to freedom! This message is part 2 in our new Exodus series of messages.
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