In Welsh, the phrase “Os Gwelwch Chi’n Dda” means “please.” It literally translates to “if you see the good.” Pastor Ryan Rosser walks us through seeing the good, looking to God, and seeking His heart. The message includes a period of open mic scripture reading by various members of our church family as they encourage one another to see the good through God’s word.
Allison Hennessey shares her thoughts and heart concerning unity as an act of worship and devotion to Christ, pulling from Psalm 133. Click here to listen.
Pastor Ryan delves into the deeper context of John 3:16 and encourages all Believers to go forth, share the Good News, and seize life.
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How does your faith affect your social circles? Do you have private faith? A safe faith? Or is your faith encompassing, affecting all areas of your life. Pastor Ryan Rosser shares his heart for transformative faith.
We are all called to battle against an enemy of lies and fear, but with the Lord on our side we can defeat our spiritual Goliaths.
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The events of Palm Sunday challenge us with a call to choose to go beyond being a spectator to the coming of Christ to personally knowing Him and participating in His ministry.
Matt begs the question, “What is your lot in life?” and leads to the conclusion that our lot is full of hope in Christ.
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Continuing with the vision for 2015, Matt shares about God desire and plan to bring His order into our lives and then through us to our world. As a visual aid, Matt dumped a pile of legos onto the stage to represent the lack of order is areas of our lives and around us.
From the beginning God has made offensive moves in the creation of His kingdom here on earth. In this message, Matt challenges us to be in tune with God’s offensive heart, hearing his voice and moving under his direction. This action and focus of our hearts allows us to have fun while watching His kingdom created around us.
Dr Joyce Wallace shares a prophetic word to us based on Ezekiel 37:1-14 calling us to speak to the dry bones the word that the Lord has for them. This is an encouraging word for the new season God has for Metro and the body at large.