Philippians 2:9-30 What does it mean to have a son in the faith? To be a father in the faith? To be a fellow soldier in the faith? To be a colaborer? This message takes a look at the different types of relationships that develop in the family of faith and how those relationships are often formed over time through suffering mutual hardships. It looks at the value of having mentors as well as co-laborers and lastly the reality that every believer should be pouring into and discipling someone else in their life.
May 10, 2020 Sunday Worship Service! Praise God for Moms! Scripture Reading: Philippians 2:1-10 Happy Mothers Day!
Passion without faccade, dedication that brings joy, bolsters faith, and breathes courage.
Birth, citizenship, nationality, what does it mean to be birthed into the kingdom of God?
Phillipians 4:6-7 Sometimes we get anxious, sometimes we get afraid, and sometimes we think that scripture is not “working”. What causes this? How do we deal with this? Can we bank on God’s promises?
Come and celebrate for us as we cherish Jesus as King. We are entering Holy Week this week. Easter, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday are all coming up in the next seven days. Join us as we recollect the week of resurrection that changed the world over 2,000 years ago.
Luke 19, Phil 1, James 3.
A message based off Isaiah 43. How does God’s strength actually impact our circumstances? Walking in faith is not always easy, but our God is greater than we understand. He is up to more than we can see. Sin is the ultimate virus. It will affect all of us inevitably. Yet for some reason we seem to be a lot more concerned about the coronavirus, a cold bug. The sad reality is that most people are prepared for this virus but not prepared for eternity. What if Christians shared about the gospel the way they have been talking about the coronavirus? Why do we focus on the problem more than the solution?