God has a purpose for everything that He does. He also has a process that He has established to accomplish His purposes. Join us as we discover how God's purpose and process work together in God's plan for His church.
The Psalms make up the largest section of scripture in the Bible. Many people go to Psalms for comfort, inspiration and encouragement . although there are many Psalms that people cling to, there are other Palms that people avoid or misunderstand. Join us each Sunday as we take a thoughtful look at some important and thought provoking Psalms.
Join us as guest speaker Fabian Loo shares an important message from Matthew 14.
Some deny it, others admit it, but we've all experienced it -- fear. Some times we call it by different names, stress, worry, or panic. It's an emotion that if left unchecked can drain us of our joy and suck the life out of our soul. Wouldn't it be great to eliminate the fear factor in your life? Join us as we dive into God's word to learn more about factoring out fear in our lives.
It's not a matter of if bad things will happen in our lives it's a matter of when they will happen. Bad things happen to everyone, even followers of Jesus. Join us as we take a look at how God wants His children to deal with bad things when they come our way.
The word "if" is used many times to introduce a conditional statement. There are a number of these significant "if" statements throughout the Bible. In our newest Sunday morning series we will examine some of these important "ifs" of scripture. Join us for this challenging series of messages.
Titus and Stephanie Folden are missionaries serving in Guayaquil, Ecuador. In this message Titus lays out the biblical mandate as followers of Jesus to be rescuers in this dark world.
Wars. natural disasters, terrorism, and political unrest have escalated in the past several years. The headlines seem to get worse and worse. It leaves many to ask, "Will the world ever get better?" Join us as we look at some key prophetic scriptures that answer this all important question.
Too many followers of Jesus spend their time doing the least they can do for the kingdom. Jesus is calling us to step out of our areas of comfort, put our faith in His care, and get busy for the Kingdom.
There are a lot or "lone rangers" in the world. A lot of folks that believe that they don't need anyone else, that they can do it on their own. When God designed His church He designed it to be a group of people that together live out His plan. Join us as we travel through various passages of the Bible to discover what God has called His church to do together.
As followers of Jesus Christ we have been called to live extraordinary lives. Unfortunately , too many Christians settle for ordinary missing the opportunity to experience all that God has for them. In a timeless challenge to a group of first century followers of Christ the apostle Paul beautifully explained how to understand, embrace, and live out their identity in Him which would cause them to live radically different lives. Join us each week for this facinating study in the book of Ephesians, Living Beyond the Ordinary.