For this service, Pastor Albert delivers a passionate and important message on reaching for God in all situations. He died on the cross so he could be God and God alone, but often times we see Him as a genie, waiting to fulfill our needs. What do you do with a "disobedient" God, a God who follows his own way?
In part 5 of the Book of John series, Past Albert delivers a passionate preaching on the fullness of God and it's impact on our lives. Have you experienced the fullness of His word in you? It’s found exclusively in God and God alone. Purpose is here, meaning is here, rationale is here, and it is here in God.
In part 4 of the Book of John series, Pastor Albert preaches a powerful message on the role we as children of God play in displaying Jesus Christ's glory to the world. What if you had been spared from your horrible situation so that you could deliver the message of God’s hope and love? God will definitely work through you, but only if you allow Him to.
In the part 2 of the Book of John series, Pastor Albert gives a powerful message about loving God for who He is and not for what He can do for us. If we miss who He is, then we will miss the best part of him: A father who wants us to be fulfilled by his overwhelming, healing presence.
In part 2 of the Begin Again series, Pastor Albert preaches a passionate and uplifting message on starting over with God at the wheel. One of the greatest gifts that we receive from God is messing up and having the privilege to begin again. However, There is no point in beginning again if we don't begin with God.
For the first installment of The Gift of Presence series, Pastor Albert gives a moving preaching on the importance of letting God show up through our presence. We might not feel like He could use us to be a blessing in others' lives, but God wants us to know that broken lights still shine bright. What would it mean for us to show up and be a blessing for people we would normally pass by?
For the last installment of the Intentionally series, Pastor Albert preaches a powerful message on being unafraid to give our all to the cause of Jesus Christ. If we want to live the blessed life that God has for us, then we need to stop asking, "How little can I give?" Being aware of a problem that faces our communities is the first step, but stepping into community and taking action is what's really going to bring about kingdom change.
In this week's installment of the Intentionally series, Pastor Tate gives a moving preaching on what it means to truly be generous in the eyes of God. If we're ever going to be generous, we need to understand this crucial principle: we're not the owners, we're the managers. We only receive the joy of generosity when we see ourselves as what we really are, and that's the manager.
In this week's installment of the Intentionally series, pastor Albert delivers a crucial message on what it means to live a blessed life in the eyes of God. We as Christians often confuse the good life with the blessed life, when the first option is really about living for our own wants and desires. The blessed life is a persecuted life, which in reality brings us into closer fellowship with our Father in heaven.
For this week's installment of the Intentionally series, Pastor Albert gives a heartwarming message on how the gospel completely changes how we treat one another. Gospel hospitality is the idea that the gospel has so transformed our hearts and minds that it changes how we see how other people. If you want to see the best of who we are, then live life with people in the church; discipleship comes in alive in circles.
In this week's installment of the Intentionally series, Pastor Albert gives an exciting message on the Sabbath and it's role in our relationship with God. We are so often fixated on filling up our schedule with things to do that we don't realize the necessity of devoting one day to stopping everything and standing still. If our phones need to be charged every 24 hours, then how much more do our souls need to be charged by the spirit of the living God?
In this week's installment of the Intentionally series, Pastor Albert preaches an unforgettable sermon on completely stepping into God's plan for our lives. This Christian life is a journey, and in order for us to move forward in it we have to first take a step back towards our Father in heaven.
In this week's installment of the Intentionally series, Pastor Albert preaches a beautiful sermon on actively reminding ourselves of the beauty of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Tough times are to be expected in life, but God uses those moments to forge us into the lovely pearls he intended us to be. We can only grow from these struggles, however, when we are rooted in the truth of the gospel daily.
For the first installment of the Intentionally series, Pastor Albert gives a moving message about getting deeper into understanding what the gospel of Jesus Christ means for our lives. When we truly rest in God and throw ourselves into his presence, that is when everything changes; we are transformed in his glory.
For this Special Sunday service, Pastor Albert Tate speaks with great passion on how discipleship and a heavy focus on the gospel is the key to growth. It hasn’t proven hard for Fellowship to attract a crowd, but the question is can we attract a congregation, a community of believers committed to discipleship? At fellowship, the vision is clear: we do discipleship, that’s what we do; that’s what God is going to ask us about.
For the final installment of the Summer Speaker series, Pastor Albert gives a powerful and moving preaching on living a life of eternal significance. When our lives are interrupted by death, it changes our perspective, and we start to see things for what they are. When it's all said and done, God isn't impressed with our earthly accomplishments or our resume; what He wants to know is: have we lived selflessly for Christ?
For the final installment of the Doctrine that Dances series, Pastor Albert delivers a heartfelt preaching about the beauty of being in Christ centered community. If the biggest lie Satan is telling us is that we are better off alone, then the greatest truth God wants us to know is that we need each other. When love is the center, community will come alive in your life.
In this week's installment of the Doctrine that Dances series, Pastor Albert delivers a heartfelt and inspiring preaching on what it means to be truly set free through Christ. Before we can talk about freedom we have to talk about bondage, and before we talk about bondage we have to talk about what binds us. What is the lie Satan is using against you, what is he accusing you of that you're believing? Whatever it may be, know that the Holy Spirit has come to set you free by the blood of the lamb and the words of your testimony.
For the first installment of the Doctrine that Dances series, Pastor Albert gives a passionate and powerful preaching on the reach of God's grace. The grace we receive from our Father in heaven is comforting but not comfortable, calling us to think about how we treat God as well as others. If you ever want to dance to the grace of God, you need to know that you're not the producer, He is.
For this service, Pastor Albert gives a moving preaching on how God reveals Himself to us. Through His son Jesus, the Holy Spirit has come to tell us that the God of all creation is making all things new. In moments of crisis, the Holy Spirit will come and remind us of what He is doing, but we have to turn our ears to His voice so that we might always hear the Lord speak.
For this service, Pastor Albert speaks on the powerful topic of the armor of God. The Lord has already given us what we need to live a Christ-centered life, but just because we have the blessings doesn't mean we're putting them on. When we put the armor on daily, that is when we will stand firm against all life can throw at us because we will be immersed in God's truth.
For this service, Pastor Albert gives a passionate preaching on what it means to be filled by God. Being filled is not about our brain thinking less about our problems, it’s about us being focused more on our God given resources. There is something about being filled with the spirit of God that reminds you He is bigger than your problems.
For this service, Pastor Albert gives a powerful message on aligning our speech with God’s plan. If we’re in a good mood others will get the best of the righteousness of God, but if we’re not they will get whatever we want to give them. When we get rid of anger and bitterness from our heart, what replaces it will be the never ending love and grace of our Father in heaven.
For the 1st part of the Men's Conference, Pastor Albert speaks on the heart of a man. Something important we need to understand is that our heart is always longing, but we have to learn that the only thing that will satisfy the longing of our heart is God and God alone.
For this service, Pastor Albert gives a passionate message on how God makes all things new. Whenever we doubt God, we turn away from him when he is saying, "bring your doubts.. I've provided a way for you." When we remove the hard things that are covering our hearts, we will experience the beauty that is our heavenly father.
For this service, Pastor Albert speaks on how the community of Christ is unified through surrendering completely. Unity doesn't looks like people who have it all together, it looks like people who have tuned their life to the key of God so that the world can experience the beautiful melody of Christ.
For this service, Pastor Albert speaks on the "usness" that is found through the oneness of God. The Gospel has a way of changing us and helping us realize that humbling ourselves before God brings us closer to him. When we completely rest in the hope that is found in Jesus, that is when we truly begin to cherish the beauty and importance of the community of Christ.
For this service, Pastor Albert speaks on the richness of “usness” that comes from Christ. We often try to earn God’s favor, but what he wants for us is to put Christ as the cornerstone in every facet of our lives. When we do this, God begins to bring the community of Christ together so that true change can take shape.
For this service, Pastor Albert delivers an important message on the full reach of the grace of God. We should always remember that Christ is the reason why we have grace, but we should also remember that his grace extends to everyone. When we accept this reality, the walls of hostility between us will break down and God's vision for the church will come to fruition.
For this service, Albert speaks on the truth about us and the truth about God's grace. We often value our own freedom more than God's purpose for our lives, which always leads to us feeling lost and alone. God made a way though Jesus to show us that true living begins when we let him transform us from the inside out.
For the 11am service, Pastor Albert delivers a heartfelt message about entrusting everything to God. While preaching, He felt the the Lord urging him to speak to those in the room who were in a dark place. Calling people to the front, Albert imparted with them these words: "God says, 'I love you too much to leave you like this. I can take you anywhere, you don't have to stay here like this.'"
For the 9am service, Pastor Albert speaks on the hope and inheritance found in Christ. When we feel lost and in darkness, God calls to us, saying, "I can take you anywhere, you don't have to live like this." When we surrender it all to God, that is when we can truly come together and experience our inheritance: the church, a community united in Christ.
In the first part of the In Him series, Pastor Albert speaks on what it means to completely rest in God. We are often so consumed with ourselves and our plans that we don't understand that God's grace covers every facet of our lives. When we surrender our will and desires and take up his, that is when the church truly becomes what it is meant to be.
In this week's installment of the Advent Conspiracy series, Pastor Albert speaks on the identity of God and how he moves in our lives. When the weight of the world comes down on us, we often forget the kind of God we have. We must remember he is Emmanuel, "God with us", and that he makes broken things brand new.
In this week's installment of the Advent Conspiracy series, Pastor Albert speaks on what it takes to walk with Jesus and experience the true essence of Christmas. We need to accept that our God is someone who interrupts our plans for the sake of saving us from a path that would otherwise destroy us.
In the first Installment of the Advent Conspiracy series, Pastor Albert speaks on the true meaning of Christmas and how it's been distorted. The current interpretation is centered on us, on what we want to receive and what we feel will satisfy us. Instead, it should be about coming to Jesus and worshipping him, not because of what he can do for us, but who he is: the only one who can satisfy the deepest longings of your soul.
In the final installment of the Rooted series, Pastor Albert speaks on what it means to live a thankful life. There are times when life is so rough we don’t even feel like praying, let alone know what to be grateful for. It in these moments that we should remember who our God is, and that his peace, which transcends all understanding, will guard our hearts and minds in Christ Jesus.
In this week's installment of the Rooted series, Pastor Albert talks about the the identity of the church and what it means in regards to our lives. A vital aspect of the church's identity is the gospel, knowing that Jesus Christ has come to make a new way and give us access to the palace of God. No longer are we outside of his presence, but rather immersed in his love alongside our brothers and sisters in Christ.
In this week's installment of the Rooted series, Pastor Albert delivers a powerful message about how we often put more trust in money than we do God. We either have money and hoard it, or don't have any and become anxious about not having anything. When we see past our problems and worldly desires, we'll finally see that our father in heaven is in control of every situation; All he asks is that we give it all to him.
In this week's installment of the Rooted Series, Pastor Albert delivers an important message on distinguishing the Devil's lies from God's truth. Satan often tempts us when our relationship with God is strong, and he does this by tricking us into settling for our desires. When we understand the true worth of our faith in Jesus Christ, the devil will no longer have any control over us.
In this week's installment of the Rooted Series, Pastor Albert speaks on trusting God in the midst of suffering. Whenever trouble hits, we often focus so much on the chaos that we lose faith and begin to ask, "where is God?" If we just keep our eyes on Jesus, we will see that the God of all creation is able to keep us stable in any situation.
In this week's installment of the Rooted series, Pastor Albert addresses the commonly asked question "How do I hear from God?" More often than not, The noise of our lives is so loud that we cannot hear what God is speaking to us. It is only when we live a life that's postured to listening to God will we begin to understand how much he cares for us.
In the first installment of the Rooted series, Pastor Albert gives an important message on the image of God and what that means for our lives. Many times in life, we fixate on our problems for so long that they become all we can see. When we realize that our God is bigger than our problems, that is when we will finally be aware of the blessings.
For the second part of this special service, Pastor Albert talks about the new church programs being introduced. The overall objective of these programs is to fulfill the kingdom work God has called us to do, to make a lasting difference in the lives of those who need His love.
For this special service, Pastor Albert speaks on the importance of the church of Jesus Christ.The world needs to hear the breaking headline that is found in verse 3, chapter 6, of the book of John: for God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten son that whoever believes in him would not perish but have eternal life.
In the final installment of the Wisdom series, Pastor Albert gives a crucial preaching on what it means to truly serve God. A lot of times we come up with excuses for why we can't serve and help others, but excuses will get us excused from the presence of the greatness and glory of God. When we bless others, we are blessing God and living out our kingdom purpose.
In this week's installment of the Wisdom series, Pastor Albert gives a powerful message on how wisdom brings us closer to God. Wisdom is the tool that gives us the skill to live a God fearing life on earth, but we cannot talk effectively about wisdom without talking about foolishness. The surrender of our hearts is the end of foolishness, so when He gets our hearts we will know beyond a shadow of a doubt that He is our God.
In this week's installment of the Wisdom series, Pastor Albert speaks on the wisdom of letting go. It's amazing how much dysfunction we can get comfortable with and start living in, dysfunction that needs to be cast out of our lives. Letting go, however, means nothing if we don't know what to hold onto. Let go, so you can fully hold onto your father in heaven.
In the final installment of the Family Dynamics series, Pastor Albert speaks on what it means to be a man in today's society. Men should not take on the typical typecast role of what culture thinks their kingdom role should look like. Instead, men should be be intentional about embracing the image of Christ and letting their inner superhero shine.
In this week's installment of the Family Dynamics series, Pastor Albert speaks on how God uses different strokes to paint on the canvas of our lives. The life of Job is used to illustrate how these strokes can seem harmful to the plans we make for ourselves. However, when we bow down and trust that the God we worship knows what he's doing, that is when beautiful things begin to happen.
In this week's installment of the Family Dynamics series, Pastor Albert speaks on the wonder of God. The struggles we face often stop us from looking back over our lives and seeing the wonder of God's hand moving in every situation. What does it mean to intentionally look over your life and see the wonder of God moving in your life, the wonder of God moving in your crisis?
In this week's installment of the Family Dynamics series, guest speakers Lucia Barren, Paula Summers, Larosa Harris Tate, and Tiana Spencer speak on the joys and realities of motherhood. Through their personal testimonies, we see a common thread tying all of their experiences together, and it is the simple truth that true strength and hope are found through trusting God.
In this week's installment of the Family Dynamics series, pastor Albert speaks on how dysfunctional our home lives can be. The church should be a place where we can be truthful about our family struggles, but instead we often act as if everything is perfect. God created the church to be a place where broken people can come and tell the truth about their brokenness, and not feel judged.
In the first installment of the Family Dynamics series, Pastor Albert speaks on how this world is not our home. There are times when we forget we are not of this world, and begin to build for ourselves places here on Earth. This is why Jesus came down from his home in heaven, to not only remind us where we come from, but to show us the way back.
For this week's sermon, Pastor Albert speaks on how Jesus turns over the tables in our lives. This overturning completely disrupts the plans we make for ourselves, and makes a mess of our lives. It is done for the sake of establishing a new table, creating a brand new identity made from our broken pieces.
For this week's sermon, Pastor Albert speaks on the church's problem of separating itself from the culture of the world. God meant for the church to engage culture, yet we have grown fearful of getting stained and dirty. God tells us that we shouldn't be afraid, for his grace and love are constantly cleansing and restoring us.
For the last installment of the Legacy of a Disciple series, pastor Albert delivers a heartfelt preaching about the hope we receive through Christ's death on the cross. On Calvary’s cross he took nails in his hands, & the blood that came streaming down paid the debt we could not pay. Through Jesus's loving sacrifice, we realize we were made for this fellowship, this oneness with God.
In this week's installment of the Legacy of a Disciple series, Pastor Albert speaks on what it means for God to make all things new. In for order for Him to make all things new, we need to give him all things, and that includes the good as well as the bad.
In this week's installment of the Legacy of a Disciple Series, Pastor Albert delivers a powerful message on the extent of God's love for us. Christ died for our sins so that we might have a relationship with God and fully experience his love, but he never meant for us to keep it to ourselves. We can have all the faith and hope in the world, but if we don’t have love for God and God’s people, then we've missed the whole point.
In this week's installment of the Legacy of a Disciple series, Pastor Albert delivers a brutal yet inspiring preaching on giving God our most valuable resource- time. The problem with focusing heavily on ourselves and accumulating stuff is it causes us to ask questions like “how more can I get?”, and not “how much more can I give?” When we don’t reach out and love people, when we don’t step out and be the Christians God calls us to be, our silence fuels unbelief.
For this service, Pastor Albert preaches an unforgettable message about the legacy of love we should leave behind as followers of Christ. The legacy that we want to leave is a legacy that’s devoted to loving God, but we should recognize that this love will create some uncomfortable situations for us. What would it mean for us to not resist the Holy Spirit, for our devotional to turn into a devoted heart to God, and for us to commit to surrendering all to him?
For this service, Pastor Albert preaches an unforgettable sermon about what truly matters in the eyes of God. Jesus is known for what He gave away, not for what He had, so what does it mean to give our lives away in community? It’s not about the story that we write, it’s about the story that is to be written on our lives, the one God intended for us all along.