As we celebrate Father’s Day, we first and foremost celebrate the goodness of our Father God.
Dr. Joyce Wallace share from her heart for this months Bible Study.
Kris Koppy shares his life story of God’s relentless love and faithfulness in his life and how God mercifully healed him of three decades of depression and the effects of childhood trauma. Kris shared how his “past does not define him, it refined him” and prepared him for his calling.
When Jesus stood up in the midst of the crowds celebrating the Feast of the Tabernacles in John chapter 7, he declared a bold statement about himself and how things would work in his kingdom. He prefaced this statement with an invitation and authorization: let him come. May this word bring a new understanding of what Jesus desires to do in your life and around you.
Are you pitching your tent in the Valley of Ono or in the land of Hope? Matt shares practical ways to deal with discouragement in our everyday lives.
This Sunday morning before the sermon we had two corporate words, one for the body and one for Matt. Both are in the podcast following the sermon.
Dennis Beers shares five practical ways you can support your spiritual health that will keep you growing in your relationship with Christ.
Dr. Joyce Wallace shares about the preparation of the Lord in this months Bible study.
Happy Mother’s Day. Jill reads a post by Allison Murray written for our body and then Matt shares how moms reflect faith, hope and love.
On Sunday we had an extended period of Holy Spirit ministry followed by our new Worship Leader announcement. This recording includes George Wandick’s very anointed special song, all of the altar calls and words, Shea LeJeune’s healing testimony (40:20), and a unique turning over of the worship ministry from Seth and Sarah Macchi to our new worship leader Dayna Kelly and her husband Josh (44:30).
Pastor Ryan Rosser defines fellowship; encouraging us to both know and be fully known by God and others for the purpose of love and discipleship.
This recording begins with two words given during worship by Mary Mayes and Chad Murray.