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, guest speaker Dr. Michelle Anthony speaks on what it means for parents to raise their children with faith as the guiding light. Faith is often mistaken for good behavior, which is actually a counterfeit the enemy uses to keep parents from imparting faith to the next generation.
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, 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.