Be Strong In The Lord Part 2! Ephesians 6:12-14 teaches us the importance of our stance and the truth. We stand our ground by standing on the truth. The truth is our belt. Every other piece of armor rests on it. God reveals truth through the person of Jesus Christ and His word, the Bible….
Be Strong In The Lord! Ephesians 6:10-12 teaches us that being attached to Jesus is the key to spiritual survival. Satan and his forces constantly attack us with tried and true methods. However, if we rely on our God-given tools we will stay effective. Join us for a “miniseries” on the Armor of God taught…
“We are enlightened!” Ephesians 1:15-23 teaches us that God restored our spiritual sight when we placed our confidence in Jesus. Now we can know God thoroughly and understand what He would do in our circumstances. Join us for the next message in our series, “Masterpiece in the Making!” Since before the world began, God has…
“We are heirs!” Ephesians 1:11-14 teaches us that believers in Jesus receive a priceless inheritance in heaven. But, we don’t have to wait for all of the benefits. God has given us His Holy Spirit as a down payment! Join us as we continue our series “Masterpiece in the Making!”
“We are free!” Ephesians 1:7-10 teaches us that believers in Jesus are ransomed! As a result, we no longer live under sin or a curse. Our “mug shot” is now a picture of pardon and forgiveness. Join us as we continue our series “Masterpiece in the Making!”
We pause our current series to see how God led Abram & Sarai in Genesis 12:1-8 and how God is leading our worship leader and his family to embark on journeys of faith.
In today’s message, “Applauding The Artist” from Ephesians 1:3-6, we discover that God deserves our praise for supplying EVERY spiritual benefit, selecting us before the universe began, and showering us with His acceptance and grace.
Today’s message, “Stepping Into The Studio” from Ephesians 1:1-2, reminds us that God is capable of shaping and accepting us in any culture, despite the unique set of challenges it may present for believers.
The first Christmas was a season of direction for a group of Magi who were willing to look, take a leap of faith, and continue to listen for further guidance. We would do well to imitate these “wise men.”
The first Christmas was a season of delight in new additions, new assurances, and new amazements. We have the same reasons to celebrate today!