Being uncovered isn’t walking in and out of salvation, it is opening yourself or others up to attacks from the enemy and theft of peace and fruit. Learning to stay covered is a key to walking in the full blessing intended for you in Christ Jesus. His blood is sufficient to cover all of our sin and failings, so let’s not resist it for ourselves, our family, or our leadership.
Not only does Jesus pursue the lost around us, he pursues the ‘lost’ in us, seeking to heal and restore every aspect of our lives. What is Jesus pursuing in you?
The first service of every year, Dr Joyce Wallace brings us a prophetic word of encouragement. This year’s word calls us to head up the mountain for fresh wood to build the house of the Lord.
Pastor Ryan Rosser encourages us to engage in spiritual disciplines for the purpose of hearing God’s voice and sharing His heart with others. Includes personal testimonies from Alycia Fuller and Laurie Sharda.
Matt shares on the various meanings and usages of the Greek words for ‘gift’ in the New Testament and how they relate to Jesus as the source of God’s gift of salvation. Be ready to be encouraged in your walk.
As Matt said, “If you can listen past the bad jokes, the sermon is pretty good. :)”
Luke chapter two has a lot to say about who Jesus is and about the heart of the Father. After some great Christmas Dad Jokes, Matt shares about the gift God looks to give you and others around you.
Included at the end of this sermon is a recording of some of the words and ministry during our worship time.
Both Caesar Augustus and Jesus were heralded as saviors of the world who brought peace. Who are you trusting?
Here is a blog post about the vision I had in December of 2014:
Let’s dive deep into Jesus’ family as we begin this Christmas season and see how our past does not define God’s power in our lives. Shame doesn’t have a hold on you, because of Jesus.
Some of the hardest times to praise is when we need to praise the most. Think of Paul and Silas in the book of Acts chapter sixteen. Instead of seeing a great break though from the calling to Macedonia, they find themselves in prison, tired, beat up and I’m sure discouraged. They didn’t lick their wounds, they chose to praise, and great breakthrough followed!
Jesus encouraged the Sadducees in Mark 12 to correct their ways by knowing the word and the power of God. Pastor Matt shares how this same call exists for us to know Jesus by knowing the word and allowing his power to move in our lives.