John and Rachel live in Mansfield with their seven children. John started in ministry about 13 years ago and currently serves as a lead pastor in the Mansfield area. John became the Lead Pastor at MCA in June 2019. John’s ministry philosophy three-fold. He believes he needs to delight in the presence of God, to discover transformation through the power of Jesus Christ and dwell with other believers through the unity of the Holy Spirit.

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This morning we start a new sermon series that will challenge us to pray with adoration to God.

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This week we finish out the Blind Spot sermon series with a message from Pastor John Risner. 

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This morning we look into our Blind Spot to see those who do not know Jesus. Our challenge is to reach out and boldly share the love of Jesus.

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This week we kick off a new sermon series called Blind Spots. Our message this morning challenges us to reach out to others with love. 

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We close out the Esther sermon series today with a message from Pastor John Risner entitled "Triumph Over The Enemy".

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This morning we continue in the book of Esther with a message that calls out two truths about our God. Pastor John Risner speaks from Esther chapter 6 and 7. In his message he teaches to trust in Jesus and humbly seek after Him.

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A challenging message today from Pastor John Risner from Esther chapter 5.

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This morning we are studying Esther chapter 4 with John Risner. Join us as we continue looking at the life of Esther for wisdom and encouragement.

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This morning our study in the Book of Esther exposes evil in the character of Haman. Listen in as pastor John Risner shares a message from Esther chapter 3. Given our current events this is a timely message that encourage us to recognize the evil in our world and respond to it with love for others.

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We are in week 2 of the Esther sermon series where we see that God is positioning us for His good work just as he did for Queen Esther.

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In this three-week series we will study the Lord’s Prayer from Matthew 6:9-13. We will discover what the Bible says about how we should pray and we will be challenged to grow as people of prayer. Our heavenly Father wants us to bring our cares to him, and to pray for his will to do be done on earth as it is in heaven. 
Who are the people in need that we tend to just not see?  God call us to reach out to and reach the people who tend to live in our blind spots. The lonely, the lost, the least. 

You can also watch the MCA Blind Spots sermon series on the MCA YouTube Channel.

The Book of Esther gives hope and confidence to anyone who needs to know that God is present, powerful, and personal.

This story is one of God’s plan to redeem a people from death. And that is our story as well! That through our Lord Jesus Christ, our God saves.

What if everything in your life is leading toward an extraordinary display of God’s greatness? You’re not here by accident. There’s no such thing as coincidence. God has a plan, and you’re right in the middle of the action.

This sermon series will help you know and apply the encouraging and empowering truth that the invisible hand of God is at work.

You can also watch the MCA Esther sermon series on the MCA YouTube Channel.

There’s so much pain and hurt in our world, and sometimes it's hard to see anything else. But the sacrifice of Jesus shows us how to love. In this three-part series, we'll look at three ways to Love Like Jesus: by forgiving sinners, washing feet, and breaking bread.
The crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus beckons each person to a transformed life in God’s kingdom. We are invited out of the shadows and into the light.

This Palm Sunday and Easter series will tell the story of Jesus’ death and resurrection from two characters in the narrative: Barabbas and Nicodemus. 

“Whoever lives by the truth comes into the light, so that it may be seen plainly that what they have done has been done in the sight of God.” John 3:21

It Is Well With My Soul is our 4 week Seminar for Growth series. It will run through the month of February and will feature the following speakers....

John Risner - Lead Pastor at MCA
Chris White - Managing Partner, White Law Office
Dave Szafranski - Edgewater Pro Sports Finanical
Worship recalibrates our hearts to God. To recalibrate means “to carefully adjust or align something again.” In this 4-week sermon series we will be encouraged to worship God as we go through the crazy twists and turns of life. The series begins on January 5, 2020.
Over the first four weeks of December we will be starting the celebration as we anticipate Christmas. We will use an Advent Wreath to help remind us of the growing light of Christ who is coming again in all fullness into the darkness of our world. Until the dawning of that great day, we watch and wait for Christ’s coming into the darkness of our world, lighting candles of hope, peace, joy, and love.

December 1 - Hope
December 8 - Peace
December 15 - Joy
December 22 - Love

This sermon series is a four part look at the work God called Nehemiah to do. It will show us how Nehemiah's life can be an example in our own lives to find our purpose and follow God's calling in our lives.

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