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.
In the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus tells us to hold loosely to temporary things and to hold tightly to eternal things. We should not store up treasures here on Earth where thieves can break in and steal them or moths and rust can destroy them. But instead, store them in Heaven where they cannot be stolen or destroyed because they are eternal in nature. This is a Kingdom Builder. In Part 3 of our series, Kingdom Builders, we take a look at how we can “build a house for God” in our generation. We pray that as you listen the Lord will show you how you can build Him a house.
What would it look like if an entire community sought the Kingdom of God first? King David was a man who had a heart to build a house for God. In part 2 of our series, Kingdom Builders, we take a look at David the Kingdom Builder, what he did and the impact it made. We pray that as you listen the Lord will speak to your heart as to what it looks like for you and your family to build a house for God.
Matthew 6:33 tells us to “seek the Kingdom of God above all else and to live righteously.” What does that mean and look like for each of us? Join us over the next 4 weeks as we explore the scriptures and unpack what it means to be a Kingdom Builder. We pray that as you join us for this series that the Word of God washes over you and every area of your life.
There are major moments in our lives when we arrive at the top of the mountain after a long climb. And as you stand there looking out you can see things clearly or that you weren't able to see before. Listen as Pastor Hector & Sophia share from their journey up the mountain. We pray that as you listen your hearts is strengthened & encouraged.
The point of the Book of James is to help us to be stronger, to become spiritually fit. In the conclusion of our series, Little Brother Lessons, we wrap up Chapter 5 with James telling us that we must be patient in our waiting. What are you waiting for? How are you waiting…with patience, love and kindness? As a farmer knows its seasons, so must we. We pray that as you listen your heart will be stirred, you will be refreshed with new strength and joy will overwhelm you in your waiting room.
As Jesus’ little brother, James had a unique perspective of what it means to follow Jesus. The Book of James has given us many lessons for putting our faith into action. In part 9 of our series, Little Brother Lessons, we begin to unfold Chapter 5 where James breaks down how we are to use our money. We pray that as you listen your heart will be encouraged to live with a heart and a hand that says Your will God.
Two weeks ago we learned there are 2 kinds of wisdom, earthly and heavenly. Today, in part 8 of our series, Little Brother Lessons, James takes it further in telling us that there are 2 types of wills, my will and thy will. Are you living a “my” will or a “thy” will life? We pray that as you listen your heart will see why we should seek God’s will for our lives and that you will be equipped to know thy will vs. my will.