There’s something about confession that is powerful - something that cleanses our soul - and yet it’s something few of us have made a regular practice in our lives. But what if we did this more regularly? The Spirit nudges us toward confession by giving us feelings of conviction and as we respond in repentance, there is a freedom and growing relational depth we experience with God.
July 19, 2020 • Lyle Thompson
Psalm 145; Isaiah 40; John 1; Hebrews 1 • July 12, 2020 • Pastor Jack Schull
We are not called to be microscopes. We are called to be telescopes. There is nothing and nobody more superior than God. And so the calling of those who love God is to ADORE HIS GREATNESS and to make his greatness begin to look as great as it really is to those around us. Be a telescope to the world of the infinite greatness of God. Seeing God for who he truly is, results in joyful worship and a compelling, growing adoration.
Hearing Begins With Thanks
1 Thessalonians 5:16-18 & life of King David • July 5, 2020 • Pastor David Porter
Do you feel tired, warn down, frustrated and because of this your prayer life has taken a hit and it seems when you feel you need God more He feels further away and it seems its been a while since you last really heard from God?? Often this is because we have stopped thanking and praising God, we have forgotten to minister to the Lord early and often. This message serves as a wake up call, a call to the church to get back to its first love and its highest calling and to doing what is clearly God's will for our lives. Here's to all the ones who are answering this call!
Never Lose Heart
Luke 18:1-8 • June 28, 2020 • Pastor David Porter
Jesus knew it would be difficult for His followers to continue to pray especially during hard and trying times and so he told them this story of a widow protesting an unjust judge and how she was able to change his mind and how boldly then we ought to protest God to act on our behalf against all forms of oppression. When the "Justice of Jesus" is enacted it comes in a very different way than any human government, judge, or people group can ever bring. The Justice of Jesus is always perfect and full of mercy and this Just Judge and King we must protest if we want to become "overcomers" in an unjust world.