When the Apostle Paul visited Athens, he saw a people that were obsessed with religion, superstition, and gossip. He saw a people lost in their pursuit of "some new thing," and this grieved him. They were unsatisfied, always looking to the next wave of emotion or philosophy onto which they could grasp. The purpose of his sermon to the Athenians was to point them in the direction of the One True God; the God that offered the only way for them to be complete and satisfied. Are you in search of completeness today? Are you drifting from place to place, thought to thought, in search of some way to finally find rest and wholeness? Join Pastor Scott Phenis as he examines this sermon of Paul's, as well as some of Paul's later writings, to find the one true way to be complete and whole.
May 20, 2020 • Pastor Scott Phenis
Responsibility • July 8, 2020 • Dr. Mark Lantz
In our discussion of your soul, we have focused mainly on influences the enemy uses to confuse and discourage you. But now it is time to move from outside influences to something within you that you can control and maintain to achieve a healthy emotional life. It is not all about being aware of attacks against you, but also being aware of the power within you. It is God's will for you to be in full control of your emotions, and use them to achieve your God-given destiny! Join Dr. Mark Lantz as he discusses a very important emotional principle in Part 5 of Double Take.
Rejection • July 1, 2020 • Dr. Mark Lantz
We continue our discussion of the soul by tacking an issue we have all faced: rejection. We have all been rejected at some point in our lives, whether by a parent, spouse, friend, or some authority figure. Rejection leaves scars that run deep and hurt deeper, impacting the way we see the world, the way we interact with others, and the way we see God. Rejection cannot hold you back any longer. Join Dr. Mark Lantz in Part 4 of Double Take as he examines the hallmarks of the spirit of rejection, and what steps you can take to overcome it.
Special Speaker: Pastor Paul Begley
July 5, 2020 • Pastor Paul Begley
We were very honored to welcome back Pastor Paul Begley to our church for a prophetic word in this time of uncertainty. Pastor Paul gave a message on God's promises in the midst of uncertain times throughout history, and how He has shown His faithfulness time and time again. As we look forward to a future we cannot predict, we must remember the God Who has always held us. Join us for this message entitlted "One More Move."