2022 Messages: His Character, Our Lives

This and That

November 27, 2022 • Ben Delgado

God is as tiny as God is big. In order for Him to be Himself, He cannot solely operate in the macro. He must also value the micro. Does God really care about your details? Yes. It's Who He Is.

The Words That Others Need

November 20, 2022 • Sherri Jarrett

Ask the Lord to give you the words that others need--maybe not the ones you always use.

Lessons in Wisdom from the Magi

December 11, 2022 • Jocelyn Pence

But the wisdom from above is first pure, then peaceable, gentle, reasonable, full of mercy and good fruits, unwavering, without hypocrisy. (James 3:17)

God Is In The Formless Void

December 4, 2022 • Mark Durniak

Deconstructing Unto Restoration

December 18, 2022 • Mark Durniak

Painful experiences cause us to question God--and He understands this. Questions are good and necessary. ASK JESUS YOUR QUESTIONS. He is Emmanuel--God WITH us. You are not in a void searching blindly for Him; you are already IN His presence. There is nothing apart from Him. Anything that doesn't align with who He is--the living, complete explanation of God--needs to be deconstructed and restored to His design. Deconstruction of belief apart from consistent encounter with Jesus is the door to apostasy. Jesus is the ultimate, accurate deconstruction.

Behold, Your Harvest

November 13, 2022 • Gary Florence

Being Sanctified

November 6, 2022 • Kendal Trader • Hebrews 10

We've been sanctified, and now the ball is in our court. What are we going to do with it?

Clean Hands and a Pure Heart

October 30, 2022 • Mark Durniak • Psalm 24

And Peter Got Out Of The Boat

October 23, 2022 • Ben Delgado • Matthew 14

Take time to ask the Lord, "why did I doubt?" Stop piling onto your own condemnation and explore the root of your doubt with Jesus, the healer and restorer of all things.

Embracing the Season You're In

October 16, 2022 • Randall Worley • Psalm 1

Certainty is, in some ways, a sin. The opposite of faith is not doubt, but certainty. God has a love affair with ambiguity. He wants us to embrace of the mysteries in our seasons. Mystery is a great gift; God gives us mystery as an antidote to monotony.

Worship & Communion

October 9, 2022

Tapping Into God's Economy

September 25, 2022 • Mark Durniak • Genesis 8:20–22, Mark 9:23, Matthew 7:7–11, Proverbs 9, Ecclesiastes 11:2

1. Do not limit yourself to only one source of income. 2. Remain open so finances can flow. Finances are currency; money must move. 3. Ask and believe. 4. If you want to tap into God's economy, don't forget that God is a really good Father.

A Quiet Life

September 18, 2022 • Mark Durniak • 1 Thessalonians 4:1–12

A loud life can often signal an insecure life.

Living Stones

October 2, 2022 • Jocelyn Pence • John 11, Genesis 28, Isaiah 28

I am a living stone when I stay in the full revelation of God the Father and Jesus the son.

Invitation to the Kingdom

September 11, 2022 • Kendal Trader • 2 Corinthians 5:21, John 15:10–12, Genesis 3:22–23, Matthew 3:2, Romans 14:17

"Repent; the Kingdom of Heaven is at hand!" is an encouraging invitation more than a threatening admonition.