Personal Sin and the Believer

June 30, 2019 • Mike Stubbs

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.


January 19, 2020 • Rev. Tolbert Livingston

Transition is hard and scary at times. But just as Joshua transitioned from being a follower of his leader to becoming the leader, we are also called to move forward. Holding on to past versions of ourselves will just hinder the better God has planned. This message will encourage you to embrace transition, understand loss and grow in maturity.

Can You Save Yourself?

2020 Romans Series #2 • January 12, 2020 • Mike Stubbs

Something in the heart of humanity tells us eternity is real, we will be accountable for our life and we need to prepare. Without someone explaining the way to a safe harbor in the afterlife, we are relegated to inventing our own self-soothing solutions and countless religions that don’t work. The Apostle Paul searched the scriptures and gave us answers to life’s most pressing questions.

Resolutely Unashamed

2020 Romans Series #1 • January 5, 2020 • Mike Stubbs

We are starting a series on the Letter to the Romans written by the Apostle Paul. We are here dealing with writing of massive substance, presenting a formidable intellectual challenge even to seasoned believers while offering a breathtaking theological and spiritual vision for the church. In our current cultural war, this epistle becomes increasingly relevant. It is important for us to enter this new and challenging decade sharp, alert and unashamed of the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ.