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.
For this service, Guest speaker David Yeghnazar speaks on the growing Christian community in Iran as a testament to the unfiltered grace and love of Jesus Christ. Often times we set conditions on who we are willing to share the message of Christ to, when God is set on making sure everyone experiences his life changing love. Loving kind people is easy, but loving difficult people is how you truly grow stronger in Christ.
In part 4 of the Begin Again Series, Pastor Katie delivers an enlightening and powerful preaching about letting pride go to begin again with God. Practical atheism is the kind of pride that says, “God I believe in you, but I’m going to live like you don’t exist", and that is what many of us unintentionally practice. What are you most afraid of, and have you ever surrendered that to God?
In part 3 of the Begin Again series, Pastor Michael shares a moving preaching on the blessing behind great struggle. At times, life can prove to be difficult and heartbreaking, which is why we sometimes choose to ignore the problems that are bubbling inside of us. However, Jesus shows us that we are not not meant to live in a state of numbness, and he does this by speaking through our most painful wounds.
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 this week's installment of the gift of presence series, Pastor Brandan Spencer delivers a powerful preaching on Jesus Christ being the ultimate form of nourishment. When we accept Christ's nourishing presence into our lives, it leads us to think about the path we are currently on, and whether or not we should be on that path. The mission that Jesus has might not be the mission that we want, but it’s always the mission that we need.
In this week's installment of the Gift of Presence series, Pastor Chase brings us a fiery and passionate take on what it means to be the salt of the earth. Do you want to know what salt is? It’s regular people being given a radically new identity by a radically gracious God. You are the salt of the earth.
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?