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Pushed Out of Comfort and Into Revival by interim pastor, Joe Greene, taken from Acts 8:1-25 teaches us that when we get pushed out of our comfort zone, it is an opportunity to grow ourselves and grow God’s kingdom in new ways.
Until We Meet Again… Keep Your Eyes On The Prize by Pastor Ryan, taken from Revelation 21:1-7 and 22:1-7, encouraged us to remember that Jesus is coming and He’s bringing His Kingdom, so don’t give up, keep your eyes on the prize and your hand on the plow.
Grace Is Free So Keep The Change by Pastor Ryan, taken from Matt 7:21-27, challenges us to realize that the grace that saves us is also the same grace that continually works in us to change us inside and out. (To watch a video of the sermon, click here)
“Go…” by Pastor Kenny, taken from Matt 13:3-9, reminds us that God has sown us as good seed in the world and calls us to go and to not just be soil samplers but seed sowers who are sharing the story of Jesus wherever we may find ourselves. (To watch a video of the sermon, click here)
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.
Story Line Of The Bible Part 15 by Pastor Kenny. Part 15 of the teaching series covers Jesus’ early Galilean ministry, the responding counter attacks by the enemy, the appointing of the 12 Apostles, the training and sending of the Apostles, and some of Jesus’ teaching on the Kingdom of God.
Story Line Of The Bible Part 10 by Pastor Kenny. Part 10 of the teaching series covers the Samuel the last charismatic judge, the establishment of the monarchy, King Saul, King David, King Solomon, and the building and dedication of the temple in Jerusalem.
Building On The Rock Part 2: For Heaven’s Sake by Pastor Ryan, taken from Matt 6:25-34, calls us to not be anxious for anything but to seek the Kingdom of God first above all else.
I Still Have Not Found What I Am Looking For by Pastor Ryan, taken from Rom 12:2 and Phil 4:8, calls us to renew the way we think and to see the present through the reality of our future so that our future informs and transforms today.
The Voice by Pastor Kenny, taken from Matt 3:1-3, 8-10, and 13-17, calls us to a decision, to a resolute, uncompromising response to the the voice of the Kingdom of Heaven and in turn give voice to the same message of the Kingdom with our life and words.