Celebration Service

January 6, 2019 • Bryan Jones, Chris Havard & Dr. Gary Singleton

As we turn the page to 2019, we want to take some time to look back at all God has done throughout The Heights over the past year. We celebrate God’s goodness in the life of our church and in the lives of our people. Both, Gary & Bryan take some time to teach and reflect, and one of our staff members shares a personal story about how God used The Heights to provide for them during an especially difficult time.

More from Greater Than

Going Greater Than Staying

February 10, 2019 • Dr. Gary Singleton

Google the term “comfort zone” and you will get results like “Why the Magic Happens When You Step Out of Your Comfort Zone,” and “Get Out of Your Comfort Zone in 9 Simple Steps.”  But what exactly is our comfort zone, and why do we need to step outside it?     Our “comfort zone” is that place where we feel calm and safe.  It’s different for everybody.  My comfort zone is different from yours.  If you’re not sure what your comfort zone is, there’s even a “Comfort Zone Calculator” to figure it out for you.  We all like being inside our comfort zone, because we’re not stressed.  But there are times in life when we have to push ourselves outside that safe space and into unfamiliar territory.   Jesus stepped way outside His comfort zone when He laid down His life on the cross, and He calls us to follow His example.  Now following Jesus probably doesn’t mean that you have to die.  But it does mean that you will have to have some uncomfortable conversations.  It means that you will have to obey Jesus’ command to share His story and make disciples.   This Sunday we will continue our sermon series “Greater Than” with a look at Jesus’ call to GO … to bear fruit and make disciples.  Will you step outside your comfort zone and follow Him?

Giving Greater Than Keeping

February 3, 2019 • Bryan Jones

This Sunday as we continue our “Greater Than” sermon series, we are going to take a look at the life that God has prepared for us as believers, and it’s a life that is greater than anything we have experienced. It’s a life of power and authority over sin. Like the person who is color-blind, we can go through life knowing there is more, but never experiencing it. But through the power of the Holy Spirit, we can turn our black and white world into color. I hope you will join me Sunday as we dive into God’s Word, and take a look at the life we can experience when we live in the power of the Holy Spirit.

Growth Greater Than Complacency

January 27, 2019 • Dr. Gary Singleton

“Do I look more like Jesus today than I did yesterday?” That's the question we should be asking ourselves. Colossians 3:16 tells us about the path we are to follow as we embrace our mission to make disciples. It’s a path that we call sanctification – growing to be more like Jesus and living on mission with Him. But believe me, it’s very easy to make sanctification all about us. Do you ever feel like you will just naturally become more like Jesus if you do things like pray more and spend more time reading the Bible? Those are good things, and doing them will certainly move us along the path of sanctification. But it’s just as crucial that we grow in our resolve to live on mission with Jesus, and that mission is making disciples.