Tag Archive: doug pors

Jars of Clay

How fun is pottery? Forming something from a lump of clay and making something with a purpose. But this object only has purpose when it is filled. How are we being filled? And are the ways we are filling ourselves serving us well? Richard Rohr said’ Unless we are led to the limits of our […]

Relatives + Restoration = Real Life

We Need To Talk Family Everyone’s experience of family is varied. From awesome to really challenging, from healthy to fully dysfunctional. Especially for the most vulnerable in our community… children. I think we need to talk about family, because it is so important to God.   We are designed to be in relationship with God […]

You’re a Real Piece of Work – Doug Pors

Pastor Doug Pors message titled “You’re a Real Piece of Work”, reminds us how we are called to live authentically who we are. When we BE ourselves, we point others to the Creator. ​ Doug Pors

The Business of Restoration – Doug Pors

Pastor Doug Pors shares from Genesis 3 and 1 Peter 2 regarding God’s heart to restore us to Himself EVERYDAY. And as restored ones, we are equipped to share restoration with our world. ​ Doug Pors​

Stories of Summer #2 – Doug Pors

Church Life Pastor for Discovery Church, Doug Pors draws on his life experiences​ to tell a beautiful story of God’s goodness and faithfulness in his life. Through joys and trials God adds more to our story which can burn brightly for others in the bigger story of redemption. Doug Pors

Bringing The Heat #2 Doug Pors

Doug Pors brings a message of revealing the secret to happiness. He explains that the secret is to have an openhandedness towards God. We do this by having openheartedness towards Him. There is only a rock solid confidence to hold onto when you’re in the hands of a God who keeps His covenant. Doug Pors

Homegrown #4 – Mel & Doug Pors

Sharing from their own story of how God spoke clearly to them to set aside the problems and distractions of life as an excuse to avoid seeking more of Him, Mel and Doug tell of the incredible change in their lives since discovering the principle of Now Makes Later Better. Mel & Doug Pors