Pastor Michelle Jones begins our new series, Freedom through Forgiveness. Forgiveness is not quick, easy work. In this introductory message, Michelle explores what forgiveness is and what it’s not.
While most of us are glad to see the end of 2020, we know the new year will likely carry many of the same challenges and struggles. So how do we move forward with hope? Pastor Michelle Jones preaches from Mark 6.
This special online service features elements for adults, kids and youth to enjoy together. Gather your household and join us as we celebrate the birth of our Savior.
Pastor Rick McKinley continues our Advent series. This week takes a look at the miracle of Emmanuel (God with Us) that brought about the joyous conclusion of the first Advent. Now, as we look forward to Christ’s second coming, our prayer is for His presence to invade the whole world, healing the brokenness caused by sin.
While Scripture shows us that God speaks at many times and in many ways, it also declares that God is speaking to us constantly through His Son. Pastor Michelle Jones continues our series, Praying between the Advents.
This year, our Advent sermon series seeks to connect Israel’s anticipation for the Messiah leading up to the birth of Jesus and our own longings as we wait for Christ to come again. Rick McKinley preaches.
Jesus directed much of His teaching to challenge the destructive ways in which our hearts tend to get wrapped around money. Pastor Rick McKinley continues our series.
At the close of an election that has shown us how severely divided we are as a nation, God’s people have work to do. Pastor Rick McKinley continues our series.
Pastor Michelle Jones explores what Scripture tells us about how we should speak, debate, win and lose as we engage others with different views and experiences.
Through Christ, we are made new. How does our awareness of this impact our approach to reconciliation with others? Pastor Mike Dean concludes our Jars of Clay series.
Professor and author AJ Swoboda leads us in a new sermon series focused on finding freedom from distraction and creating space for the Word and the Spirit of God.
Pastor Michelle Jones speaks on injustice and how the Church is called to actively care about doing justice, loving mercy and entering conversations about race and reconciliation.
Prayer is the unified and prophetic picture of the Kingdom of God. Pastor Michelle Jones examines how the early church approached prayer and what this can teach us about how we should pray today.
What is the Church’s role in the Kingdom of God? Sometimes we set aside the keys to the Kingdom of God in favor of the keys to our church buildings. Pastor Rick McKinley continues our series with a message on Matthew 16.
In light of the killing of George Floyd and the public outcry for racial justice, this weekend’s sermon is a conversation between Pastors Mike Dean, Michelle Jones and Rick McKinley.
As we wrap up our Risen sermon series Pastor Rick McKinley talks about Christ’s humility as we honor Jeff Marsh and his ministry to Imago Dei.
In light of the victory given to us through Jesus, we are urged to always give ourselves fully to the work of the Lord. This week, Pastor Mike Dean explores how the kingdom of God breaks into every area of our lives.
The resurrection is better news than most people understand. Join us as we continue to celebrate Jesus’ resurrection in our challenging moment.
Resurrection can feel like an impossibility, but when you live into the story of God you realize it’s the next step in the story of how God is saving the world.
Jesus’ resurrection reshaped the future of everyone who follows Him. This week, Rick McKinley walks us through through the surprising hope in store for every believer. The future is better than you might think.
Rick McKinley begins Risen, a new series taking us through the book of 1 Corinthians, exploring why the resurrection matters and how it can powerfully shape the way we live right now.
Presented by Imago Dei & Peripheral Vision PDX
Filmed live at Imago Dei on Good Friday 2019, Image of Man is a story of true humanity told through music, spoken word and visual art.
By Mike Dean
“This is not a break from what God has called us to. It’s an opportunity for us to press in further.” Mike Dean, campus pastor of Imago Dei Eastside, explores how even in these uncertain times, we can worship God with our faith and our obedience.