Jul 17, 2016
Be Ready for the Future
Series: Luke

BE READY FOR THE FUTURE

Be Ready for the Future

Where does Jesus find the church when he comes? What will we be doing? Will we be joyful? Welcoming? Ready for Him? In Luke, Jesus tells us to be like men who are waiting for their master, and whom open immediately when their master knocks. In order for us to have this type of readiness, one must keep ready for Him, and do work for the Kingdom.
 
Join us as we dive into Luke chapter 12, in this past Sunday's message - "Be Ready for the Future".
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  • Jul 17, 2016Be Ready for the Future
    Jul 17, 2016
    Be Ready for the Future
    Series: Luke

    BE READY FOR THE FUTURE

    Be Ready for the Future

    Where does Jesus find the church when he comes? What will we be doing? Will we be joyful? Welcoming? Ready for Him? In Luke, Jesus tells us to be like men who are waiting for their master, and whom open immediately when their master knocks. In order for us to have this type of readiness, one must keep ready for Him, and do work for the Kingdom.
     
    Join us as we dive into Luke chapter 12, in this past Sunday's message - "Be Ready for the Future".
  • Jul 10, 2016What A Difference Jesus Makes
    Jul 10, 2016
    What A Difference Jesus Makes
    Series: Luke

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    What A Difference Jesus Makes

     
    In the 13th chapter of Luke, we witness the difference that Jesus makes as He speaks and brings truth. Using the parable of the fig tree with no fruit, as well as the woman that had, what the Scripture calls, a disabling spirit for 18 years, we learn that Jesus can make a difference, and straighten out what sin has bent. The results are nothing short of glorious.
     
    Join us in this last week's message from Brother Gifford in this sermon entitled "What a Difference Jesus Makes".
  • Jul 3, 2016Let Freedom Ring
    Jul 3, 2016
    Let Freedom Ring
    Let Freedom Ring
     

    Let Freedom Ring

    Special Independence Day message - In the US, we have freedoms like no other country has in history. Some of these have gave us liberty, while others cause bondage as well as blindness to the truth. What is that truth? That we are to fight the good fight - fight for truth. When we do so, the truth of Jesus will shine forth, and others can find the same liberty that believers in Christ enjoy every day.
     
    Open your Bibles to 1 Timothy chapter one, as we hear this special Independence Day message from Brother Jim - Let Freedom Ring.
  • Jun 26, 2016Like A Child
    Jun 26, 2016
    Like A Child
    like a child

    Like A Child

     
    In Mark chapter 9, Jesus uses children as an example to teach a lesson. This lesson, can be easily applied to those of us in today's world. We must be watchful of what we do, where we go, and what we see. When we watch our actions, we ensure that the children around us do not follow in our bad decisions. How to we do that? Jesus explains to us that we are to have salt in ourselves, and have peace with one another.
     
    Join us, as we listen to this message that closes out our week of VBS from Brother Gifford entitled "Like a child".
  • Jun 19, 2016Father’s Day 2016
    Jun 19, 2016
    Father’s Day 2016
    Series: Luke
    Fathers day What kids see in their dad
     
    In Luke chapter 8, we read about a man named Jairus, and how he faces the nightmare that parents fear the most - a death of a child. This father, willing to do anything for his child, comes to Jesus begging for help; and with three powerful words, Jesus steps into the life of this family - "Little girl, arise."
     
    Join us as we search this passage to find a deeper meaning for fathers today, in this special Father's Day message entitled - "What Kids See In Their Dad".
  • Jun 12, 2016Generousness
    Jun 12, 2016
    Generousness
    Series: Luke
    Generousness - Luke 12
     
    Generousness is defined as "the quality or state of being generous". In Luke 12, we read of a man who has a problem in common with his brother over their inheritance. Keeping true to His method of teaching, Jesus uses this opportunity, not to scold the man for his greed, but as a chance for Him to teach us all a lesson about greed through the parable of the rich fool.
     
    Grab your Bibles as we pick up in the twelfth chapter of Luke, in this message from Brother Gifford - Generousness - An Investment in Eternity.
  • Jun 5, 2016Keep On Knocking
    Jun 5, 2016
    Keep On Knocking
    Series: Luke
    keep on knocking
     
    Asking, seeking, knocking: in Luke 11 Jesus unfolds the model prayer to His disciples, as well as some reasoning behind why they are to pray in this certain way. Jesus links this to one of the most important passages in the whole Bible, and to a lesson that will encourage you to "Keep On Knocking".
     
    Join us as we welcome Brother Jim back to the pulpit in this lesson from the eleventh chapter of Luke, in this last Sunday's lesson - "Keep On Knocking".
  • May 29, 2016What’s In A Name?
    May 29, 2016
    What’s In A Name?
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    What's in a name? In the American culture, a name can have one (or more) of several ties, whether it is a name that hold ancestral significance (being named after someone), historical ties (last names like Franklin, Washington, Lincoln), even Biblical focus (like David, Jacob, Noah, or Paul). In Exodus, God tells us his name - I Am. But what does God's name mean, and how can this meaning allow us to understand Him more?
     
    Join along with us as our guest speaker, Joe Hussung unpacks this theological principle for us in this message titled "What's In A Name?"
  • May 22, 2016Who is your center?
    May 22, 2016
    Who is your center?
    who is your center
     
    As a Christian, our lives can get a little crazy. Like a car swerving from ditch to ditch, we sometimes lose focus and may even wreck our lives when we lose our center. It may be that we shift the center of our lives to our career, education, kids, or family, but the Bible has a different plan with specific directions for us - keep Jesus as our center. Only by doing this, can we be the child of God that He would have us be: one that is loving, kind, and one whom brings glory and praise to the King of Kings and Lord of Lords, Christ Jesus.
  • May 15, 2016Lovingness: The High Price of Neighborliness
    May 15, 2016
    Lovingness: The High Price of Neighborliness
    Series: Parables
    Lovingness Luke 10, 25-37
     
    In Luke 10, we watch as a lawyer poses the question to Jesus: "What shall I do to inherit eternal life?" Jesus, who knows what the lawyer's intent is, turns the question's answer into the perfect teaching opportunity. With patience, Jesus presents the lawyer with the well-known parable of the Good Samaritan - a lesson that we can apply to our lives today and a lesson that will have you asking, "who is my neighbor?"