We were blessed to have our friend, Pastor Denise Goulet, from the International Church of Las Vegas, as our guest speaker for Holy Spirit Sunday. She brought us a word from the Lord that set our hearts on fire. We pray that as you listen your heart will be set a blaze for the presence of God.
God’s heart is for all of us to live with our hands liftedso we may be free to live full of love, peace and joy. In part 2 of our series, Lifted, we take a look at the story in Exodus of Moses with his handsliftedup while he was in battle. Listen to find out 3 roles our hands have while we are in battle. We pray that as you listen your are reminded that victory is already yours and your liftedarms are given a new strength.
1 Timothy 2:8 tells us, “In every place of worship, I want men to pray with holy hands lifted up to God, free from anger and controversy.” We worship God for who He is, not because of our circumstances or what we will get from Him. In our new series, Lifted, we explore worshipping the Lord at all times and what happens when we do. We pray that as you listen your hearts are moved to lift Him up in worship, no matter your circumstances.
How importantly do you treat the person of the Holy Spirit in your life? The transformed life that we live comes from the Holy Spirit, a gift from God. It was such a blessing to have our friend Reverend Eddie Rentz as our guest. He brought us a powerful message on Embracing God’s Gift to You. We pray that as you listen your heart is open to receive this empowering and transforming gift.
In a special Father’s Day message, The Blessing, we take a look at the power of the Father’s Blessing and how the role and words of a father in the life of their kids is intended by God to be powerful! No matter your role as a father or with your father we pray that as you listen you hear the blessing from the heart of our Heavenly Father for you.
When we lose a spiritual pillar in your life or someone who has been a strong emotional support, we can wonder what do we do now that they have departed. Today, Pastor Hector answers the question as he reflects on the impact of Reverend Donnie Moore's life and takes a look at how Isaiah moved on after King Uzziah passed away. We pray that as you listen you receive comfort and healing from the Lord.
Last week in Part 1 of our series, The Legend of Joe Jacobson, we learned that no matter the season we are in God IS with us. In Part 2, we see how life can change very quickly and we watch as Joe goes from a difficult season into a season of promotion. What do we do when we go from the prison to the palace? We pray that as you listen your heart is filled with hope and when the palace calls you are ready to step into it.
Even when our circumstances seem to be conspiring to defeat us, God is at work for us. This is clear from the life of Joseph, whose circumstances kept changing but his relationship with God was constant. His story is also one of God’s healing power of mercy, forgiveness, and restoration. Joseph’s experience demonstrates how God’s hidden providence is always working to bring good out of evil. We pray that as you listen to Part 1 our new series, The Legend of Joe Jacobson, you will see God in the midst of your circumstances whatever they may be.
Have you ever felt unnoticed, unappreciated or simply invisible? This is where Hagar found herself. She was caught in the middle of Sarah’s plan to “help” God so she and Abraham could receive their promise. Just as God saw Hagar there in the middle of a terrible situation and He sees you. We pray that as you listen you will have a powerful encounter with the God who sees you right where you’re at.