There is a shift that must take place in each of our lives when we move from the childlike understanding that my identity comes from what happens to me, to a mature understanding that through Christ I am who he says I am.
May this word bring life to you and freedom to walk as the son or daughter you are.
Jesus is setting people free here at Metro in the ministry time we are calling Lazarus Sessions. Hear about these sessions from our prophetic ministry leader, David Gunsolley, and a couple of testimonies of how individual lives have been changed.
Sessions are available to anyone and are free. Please contact us to schedule a session.
Jesus’ life of obedience and work on the cross made a way for us to walk not as victims or victimizers, but true sons and daughters of our Father. We won’t settle for only part of our inheritance. We won’t settle for Goo when we can have Goodness.
Are you hungry for a greater move of the Holy Spirit in our church family and in your @s? The words that were given during worship time and the sermon brought by David Gunsolley are preparing us for a greater move by the Holy Spirit in our midst. We have been asked to prepare our hearts by engaging in community and entering into worship with expectation. Come join us in June as we fellowship and worship together.
During our worship service several words came forth encouraging us in our walk with the Lord. This recording begins and ends with the emphasis on the Joy of the Lord. In the middle Matt shares some insights from Hebrews chapter 12.
The inspiration of the Holy Spirit has hidden many great gems in the words used by Jesus and the various writers of the New Testament. One of these gems is the Greek word lyo, which is translated loose, unbind and destroy. Let me unravel this gem for you so that you can see how Jesus unravelled you.
All of us need and desire to see the fruit of the kingdom in our lives: righteousness, peace, and joy. We are offered the ability to see by entering into the kingdom through the sacrifice of Jesus. Matt shares a simple gospel message based on John chapter 3.
As the Holy Spirit moves in our lives, he works to build the Kingdom of God in and through us producing righteousness, peace and joy. These three are the simple signs of the expansion of the Kingdom and the freedom that come from the work of the cross.