Love is an important thing. Most people would acknowledge this even if they choose not to do much about it. To become a lover, instead of a hater, is central to being a disciple of Jesus Christ or we lose our legitimacy to those watching us. The only way to grow in love is to assume we have blind spots we need addressed, to carefully consider what is revealed and take purposeful action to correct our shortcomings while trusting Jesus Christ’s power to change us. Let this 16 minute message challenge you today.
Be a Lover and Not a Hater
July 12, 2020 • Mike Stubbs
Changing to a Kingdom Mindset
The Lord's Prayer Series #3 • June 20, 2021 • Mike Stubbs
What are you aligned with? What have you vowed your allegiance to? Maybe not with putting your hand over your heart and repeating a memorized pledge but by embracing a politically correct worldview that has actually affected your decision-making and all your relationships? Yet, consider there is only one thing the follower of the Lord Jesus Christ is called to be sold out to above all else and it affects everything – the kingdom of God.
The Power of the Name of God
The Lord's Prayer Series #2 • June 13, 2021 • Mike Stubbs
It is common to hear people misuse the name of God. It can be nonchalance, foolishness or wickedness. In any case, it is based on ignorance of the position of esteem this name holds. A believer who understands and effectively uses the name of God can do great things for the kingdom and wields a weapon darkness is not equipped to advance or stand against.
The Power of the Good Father Concept
The Lord's Prayer Series #1 • June 6, 2021 • Mike Stubbs
Important to emotionally healthy spirituality is the concept of fatherhood we embrace. Not only is this concept that starts with Father God taught throughout the scriptures, but Jesus taught an approach to God and modeled a relationship with God that is centered around the loving father belief. When we grow in this, we develop more emotionally healthy relationships as a result. The ultimate goal is for us to embrace God as Father and to model His love to those in our spheres of influence.