Straining Toward "All Things New"

May 29, 2016 • Shane Schlesman • Philippians 3:12-14

This week, Pastor Shane takes some time to revisit this year's theme "He Makes All Things New" and encourages us to reflect on what God has done, repurpose what we have been given, and refocus our on what God has in store for us moving forward.

Broken Families

Moved • November 11, 2018 • Jeremy and Melissa Woltz

God heals broken families. He is moved to compassion and is faithful to reveal His plan. Hear the story of how being dependent on God through some very challenging circumstances changed the lives of two families. We welcome Pastor and Mrs. Jeremy and Melissa Woltz to the stage to share their story and close out the 5-week series called MOVED.

Compassion Sunday #SponsorAChild

Moved part four • November 4, 2018 • Kennedy Krezi

Jesus LOVED children. He was moved to compassion when He saw them. He rebuked adults for hindering kids and even told us to be like children. 11 children under the age of 5 die every minute. In fact, about 7,000 newborn babies die each day due to conditions of poverty. 20% of children under age 5 are undernourished. And, if they do live into school-age years, an estimated 61 million worldwide can't attend school. Child sponsorship works! According to an independent study, Compassion-sponsored children are: - 50-80% more likely to graduate from college - 35% more likely to have white-collar jobs - 30-75% more likely to become community leaders For $38 a month, you can provide education, nutrition, medical care, and most importantly, a hope and a future for a child. By sponsoring through @compassion you are fulfilling the Great Commission: to go and make disciples of all nations. 🌎 Get involved TODAY. Visit compassion.com. 🌎 #moved #compassionsunday #sponsor #children #poverty #hunger #underprivilege #food #water #safety #security #education #future #sermon #series #guest #speaker #Kenya #rva #Richmond #Virginia #weag

Put Your Faith In Action

Moved part three • October 28, 2018 • Shane Schlesman

Faith requires us to be willing to wait. And, willing to act. When and how can be difficult to determine when our motivations are not properly aligned with God's heart and will. It is easy to find faith following a victory. There will always be a bandwagon for God, people who come around looking for a feel-good answer and success, but few will still act in faith when all are against them. Lead Pastor Shane Schlesman visits a story told in 1 Samuel chapters 13 and 14 to compare and contrast how King Saul, his son Jonathan, and king-to-be David each put their faith in action ... or failed to do so. #sermon #series #MOVED #Bible #faith #action #patience #will #trust #God #weag #rva #richmond