Greater Things

Greater Things 1

Have you ever experienced a moment of greatness? Maybe you won the league championship or received that promotion. Maybe you aced the final exam or earned a superior rating by […]

Easter Every Day

Easter Every Day 2

Easter weekend at Eastmont was incredible. On Good Friday we focused on the cross of Christ. We read the story of His suffering, sang of the atoning blood of Jesus, […]

10 for 10 Survey Update

10 for 10 Survey Update 3

We’re almost two full weeks into our TEN-FOR-TEN emphasis, asking Eastmont families (members and attenders) to join in casting a vision for what the next ten years might look like for our church […]

Fighting Procrastination

Fighting Procrastination 4

My name is Cleve. And I’m a procrastinator. I define procrastination as “intentionally putting off until later that which should be done now.” Don’t get me wrong. I’m not “lazy.” […]

The Objective of Thanksgiving

The Objective of Thanksgiving 5

Each November we celebrate Thanksgiving! Thanksgiving is a time of perspective. It is a season to reflect upon the manywonderful blessings we have in our lives. We all have struggles […]

Eastmont Next Steps Class

Eastmont Next Steps Class 6

There’s an old saying, “When we’re born again, we’re born into a family.” The New Testament portrays believers both personally expressing their faith in Christ for salvation and also publicly joining themselves […]

Change? But Why?

Change? But Why? 7

“Summertime, and the living is easy…” These are the opening lyrics to “Summertime” by Ella Fitzgerald (1968). We all love summertime. Sure, the heat and humidity are excessive, but when […]

We Want You

We Want You 8

But grace was given to each one of us according to the measure of Christ’s gift… And he gave the apostles, the prophets, the evangelists, the shepherds and teachers, to […]

Don’t Give Up

Don't Give Up 9

When we began our journey through this #KnowTheWord campaign, we welcomed the challenge with eagerness and optimism. Eastmont rallied around the thought that not only were we going to SAY we are shaped […]

But Why Did He Suffer?

But Why Did He Suffer? 10

“…He humbled Himself by becoming obedient to the point of death, even death on a cross.” Philippians 2:8 At Easter, our attention turns to the death, burial, and resurrection of Christ. The […]