The disciple of Jesus Christ is no longer called a sinner but righteous. It’s a new identity that, if embraced, releases you from the power of sin. It is extremely self-defeating to embrace a sinful identity. Embracing a sin-identity instead of dealing properly with sin will cause decay, decline and death to have a foothold that is not proper or necessary for the believer.
Personal Sin and the Believer
June 30, 2019 • Mike Stubbs
Advent: A Season of Hope
Advent 1 • December 1, 2019 • Adam Welty
This message, the first in a series about the season of Advent, sets the tone for the Christmas season by emphasizing the hope that Christ brought to earth over 2000 years ago and the hope that He continues to inspire in the hearts of humanity today.
Gratitude: A Heart Realignment
Thanksgiving & Pre-Advent Message • November 24, 2019 • Mike Stubbs
A large part of discipleship 101 is gratitude – learning to take our eyes of the deficits and to focus on the benefits – what we already have. It ignites the power of God in our lives in a dynamic way closing the door to the curse and opening another to the abundant life. Gratitude is a mind-transforming faith-focus that revolutionizes our lives and is only a decision away.
November 17, 2019 • Mike Stubbs
The Kingdom of God has been a priority from before it was prophesied in the writings of Moses. It was a priority to the patriarchs of the faith, to our Messiah Jesus Christ, to the New Testament writers and historical figures in church history. It should be a priority to us and carries great reward with it.