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AJM Daily 07-28-20: "God Bless America, Again: Great Blessings, Great Responsibility - Part 1"

July 28, 2020 • Allen Jackson

The heritage of our nation is rich with the ideals and beliefs of the Christian faith; yet we tarnish and forget the very scriptures that are carved in revered buildings within our own communities. Pastor Allen Jackson dives into a great discussion of United States’ history as a nation and invites us to see the foundation of our society. That we should not be afraid to look back in our history for its short comings, but to lean into the idea that a Judeo-Christian worldview constructed this great nation and will deliver us out of a time of great uncertainty.

Our Helper - Part 1

November 25, 2020 • Allen Jackson

The ripples of COVID-19 are not bound within our boarders, they are felt around the world. This is frightening, but it doesn’t not negate or defeat our assignment for the Kingdom of God. Pastor Allen Jackson encourages us to wake up to what is going on around us, and recognize our need and reliance on Jesus of Nazareth. We need the help of the Holy Spirit in order to stand in the power of the name of Jesus Christ.

Essentials - Part 2

November 24, 2020 • Allen Jackson

Throughout history, the people of God have gained a great set of tools for their spiritual journey. We have unprecedented access to the Bible and have developed our maturity around prayer; but do we have the persistence to learn more? Pastor Allen Jackson invites us to look at our Christian tool box and recalibrate in some areas. We grow even further with our prayer lives and develop a more systematic and greater understanding of the Word of God. In the times we are living through, it is important for the people of God to become more engaged with the person of the Holy Spirit and more aware of what scripture calls us too.

Essentials - Part 1

November 23, 2020 • Allen Jackson

Throughout history, the people of God have gained a great set of tools for their spiritual journey. We have unprecedented access to the Bible and have developed our maturity around prayer; but do we have the persistence to learn more? Pastor Allen Jackson invites us to look at our Christian tool box and recalibrate in some areas. We grow even further with our prayer lives and develop a more systematic and greater understanding of the Word of God. In the times we are living through, it is important for the people of God to become more engaged with the person of the Holy Spirit and more aware of what scripture calls us too.