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.