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.
The condition of Israel was so bad during the life and ministry of the prophet Ezekiel that God said, "I searched for a man among them who would build up the wall, and stand in the gap before Me for the land so that I would not destroy it; but I found none."
As God looks for men today who will follow Him and point people to Him what does He find? What kind of man is He looking for?
Join us as we take a closer look at the kind of men God is seeking.
Most of us love to get gifts. God, through His amazing love and generosity has given His children many gifts or blessings. There's one gift that God has given that might suprise you. It's really an unlikely gift. Join us as we discover together this amazing and suprising gift from God.
Have you ever experienced a time in your life when you wondered if God had forgotten about you? Perhaps it was a trial or hardship and you prayed intently for help or relief and it seemed God wasn't listening. This message out of Psalm 13 by John Aki addresses this very real dilema that we sometimes face.
Your truth? My truth? Whose truth? Is there really such a thing as absolute truth? Isn't it really all about being sincere no matter what you believe? Despite what we hear from so many sources today there is truth that we can be sure of. Join us as we discover how to become absolutely convinced of the truth in the thought provoking series "Believe It Or Not!"