What do you do when loving your neighbor is easier said than done? What does it mean to love one another with true agape love? Join us for part five of our 'I Love My Church' series as we delve into the the full meaning of koinania, and what it means to live out 'The Big One".
What is the Great Mission? What does it mean to be a be a follower of Jesus? Part four of our I Love My Church series encourages us all to get in the game. Through this series we will find out what it is like to be connected to a thriving church. We pray that as you go through this series with us, your heart will be filled with a fresh excitement and purpose to do what God wants you to do.
What happens when you have so much work to do that you can’t be the praying church you want to be? In Part 3 of our I Love My Church series, we learn in chapter 6 of the Book of Acts that the 12 apostles faced this problem, so they selected and anointed others in the church to share in the workload. God wants to anoint us for the service and the expansion of His Kingdom through the Church. We pray that as you listen you will hear His voice calling you and allow Him to anoint you and raise you up for Kingdom impact.
What do you do when God begins to birth something new inside of you? One of the four things the new church did in the Book of Acts was to devote themselves to prayer. Prayer is a spiritual discipline. In Part 2, of our I Love My Churchseries, we take a look at how to develop our personal and corporate prayer to become the prayer warriors that see God moving in our lives and in our church. We pray that as you listen you will answer the knock at the door of your heart and press into God. Believing in amazing breakthroughs for you and your family.
Jesus loves His church! We hope you'll join us as we study through the Book of Acts in our new message series, I Love My Church! Through this series we will find out what it is like to be connected to a thriving church. We pray that as you go through this series with us, your heart will be filled with a fresh excitement and purpose to do what God wants you to do.
On this last Sunday of 2018, our dear friend and guest speaker Pastor Donny Burleson laid The Foundation for Fixing Family Fractures for us. We pray that as you listen your heart will be set free from unforgiveness and you will walk into 2019 filled with joy and peace.
Christmas has a way of being complicated, from all the to-do’s to family dynamics. But the Christmas message is the one thing that never needs to be complicated. Last week we looked at a detailed account of the “what” of Jesus’ birth. In Part 2 of our Christmas message, Uncomplicating Christmas, we take a peek at The Book of John. John, who had the most access to the details of the Christmas story, didn’t focus on the “what” but chose to focus on the “why” and gave us 3 unique words about Jesus the Messiah. We pray that as you listen your heart is filled with the joy of the Christmas story.
All the plans, shopping, traditions and busyness of Christmas can quickly make Christmas stressful and complicated. But the one thing that should never be complicated is the Christmas message. In Part 1 of our Christmas message, Uncomplicating Christmas, we begin to look at the account of Jesus’ birth. We pray that as you listen the busyness of Christmas is no longer a burden and your heart is warmed with the Good News.
Over the last 4 weeks we have looked at what it means to be a Kingdom Builder and how we can build a house for God using our temporary resources. In the conclusion of our series, Kingdom Builders, we look to scriptures to answer the question, “Why is money such a big part of our faith journey?” We pray that as you listen God will speak to your heart on how you can being a Kingdom Builder.