Pastor Kenny Hebert (Page 3)

Pastor Kenny Hebert (Page 3)

Chosen For So Much More

Chosen For So Much More by Pastor Kenny, taken from 1 Peter 2:9-10, calls us to recognize who we really are; a chosen race, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, a people belonging to God who are called out of darkness into the light to proclaim the excellencies of God.  (To watch a video of the sermon, click here)

Set Your Hope

Set Your Hope by Pastor Kenny, taken from 1 Peter 1:13, calls us to recognize who we are and the living hope we have been given in Jesus Christ; and now therefore, prepare our minds for action, do not become intoxicated by the things of this world, and set your hope fully on all that will be revealed at Jesus return.  (To watch a video of the sermon, click here)

You’re A Piece Of Work

You’re A Piece Of Work by Pastor Kenny, taken from Eph 2:10, calls us to see the church, God’s people, as His glorious piece of work and to walk in a way worthy of the calling that God has called us to.  (To watch a video of the sermon, click here)

When’s This Going To End?

When’s This Going To End? by Pastor Kenny, taken from Rev 5:1-10, draws our attention to the Throne of God and calls us to see and live our life in light of His sovereign rule, knowing we will one day have to answer for what we did with our life.

Story Line Of The Bible Part 19

Story Line Of The Bible Part 19 by Pastor Kenny. Part 19 of the teaching series covers the Book of Acts when God uses the church to bring the gospel of the Kingdom to the Gentiles, the new heavens and new earth being established in Revelation, and the call for us in our day to live out our story in alignment with the story line of the Bible.

Story Line Of The Bible Part 16

Story Line Of The Bible Part 16 by Pastor Kenny. Part 16 of the teaching series covers Jesus’ first excursion into Gentile territory, the deliverance of the man with the legion of demons, the disciples confessing who Jesus is, Jesus making known that He would die, be buried, and rise again, triumphal entry onto Jerusalem, and Jesus cursing the fig tree.
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