Faith gives us the eyes to see ourselves as we are…and to see, through scripture, who we are meant to be.
All too often, we approach God with fear and trembling attempting to hide our faults and shortcomings. Jesus invites us to honest, finding the healing transformation that only comes through confession and repentance.
Pastor Tim Thomas, continuing our series, “Who is Jesus?” deals with the fact that Jesus, alone, can and will judge us.
Pastor Tim Thomas continues our “Who Is Jesus?” sermon series with an invitation to rejoice in the truth that no matter who we are, where we are or what we have done, Jesus is the God who saves.
Pastor Tim Thomas preaches a challenging message, asking the question, “Are you ready for His return?” This is not a question of what it means to be saved by grace, through faith. It’s a matter of obedience, using the gifts He has given, choosing to fulfill His call on our lives. In the end, great
Pastor James St. John reminds us of the faithfulness of our Father, God. His faithfulness and love challenges and inspires as we reflect on the provision and power of God to live in victory.
Pastor Patrick Rainey challenges us to hear the voice of the Lord, answering His call, no matter our age or circumstance. Our youth lead worship, share a dramatic skit and take leadership in all areas of the service. We are blessed!
We all love stories. Some of our most memorable moments involve the telling of stories, in books, movies or at bedtime. What kind of story are you telling? What kind of life are you living? Pastor James St. John challenges us to live the story we want to tell, asking us to consider what we