Continuing his series on prayer, Nate looks into some examples in Scripture on ways that God answers prayers.
With all the mass shootings that have happened this year, Chris talks this morning about the God who created life. We did NOT come from slime in an accidental, haphazard way. God designed us, created us, and He continually (still) gives our life-breath.
Continuing in his series on prayer, Nate talks about two parts of our prayer life: Ask! and then ask with proper motives. God loves us and wants what is best for us! But God’s perspective of what is best for us may not align with ours.
Nate spoke this evening from a parable found in Luke 18 on the unrighteous judge. Great lesson to us on the goodness of our God and the fervency of our prayer life.
Chris spoke this morning on coming to Jesus. Using Romans 6, he talked about coming to Christ as we are (we don’t have to be perfect to come to Him), but we can’t stay as we were (in a life of sin). Christians aren’t perfect people, but we do have the ability to be blameless […]
Continuing from last week, Nate spent a little more time this evening focusing on the “doing” part of the wise builder who listened to the words of Jesus.
Looking at the words of Jesus from John 10, Chris made application this morning about our attitudes in the Kingdom of Heaven. Do we approach christianity like we have “Buy-in” or do we treat God like we are punching a time clock?
Speaking this evening from Colossians 2, Chris talked about our faith in Jesus Christ being grounded in the word of God and built up to maturity.
The parable of the wise and foolish builder strikes home right now after the devastation in SE Texas and Florida from hurricanes. The two men in this story both heard the words of Jesus. They both went through damaging storms in life. However, the one who heard Jesus and ACTED upon His words is the […]
Nate talks this evening about the Pearl of Great Price and the Hidden Treasure found in Matthew 13. The men in these two parables were willing to give everything they had to gain something of far greater value. Do you value Heaven so much that you are willing to give your everything to God?