With everything we’ve seen happening in our world in recent years — mass shootings, floods hurricanes, political scandals, division, racism — it’s easy for some people to believe that God doesn’t care about us. We’re overwhelmed, and some people have a difficult time seeing how an all-powerful God can truly be good in the face of it all.
In this series, Pastor Daren Carstens uncovers what the Bible says about the nature of God, about His grace and mercy, His compassion and care. You’ll also find out how to place your trust in God’s goodness in order to combat the barrage of lies about Him that come from every direction.
Enjoy Church has been my life for 37 years. It’s been my source of encouragement, love, service, education, and my family. There’s no way you can replace that.
The people welcomed me with open arms. Pastor Daren was very humble and made me feel comfortable, no matter how I felt on the inside. No matter what I’ve been through or what I used to do, I still felt welcome here.
Everything Pastor Daren was saying, it’s like he was talking to me. I heard God speaking through him. Coming here and meeting new friends helped me become a better person, a better father.
I love the messages that Pastor Daren gives. I love that he preaches out of the Bible. I love my church!
The messages are practical. You can walk out the doors and put it into practice immediately. Pastor Daren is an awesome teacher, and he’s able to get the point across.
I found hope again. I found passion and purpose connecting with Enjoy Church people. I’ve met a lot of people who are now my family, and I’m excited for the future!
This church is the only place that I can be myself, unfiltered and goofy! I can come in and be myself.
I love the fact that it’s a people environment. Nobody’s looking at you funny, you’re not being treated differently, it’s not cliquey. This is the first church I’ve been to in my whole life that I’ve been to continuously.
It’s been a really good thing for our family. We wanted to be in a place where we felt like we belonged. We came here, and it felt like family – one week, that’s all it took.