The Word of God is filled and overflowing with God's promises. As sure as a rainbow appears after a storm, God is faithful to keep each and every one. This exceptional news should make our hearts soar!
There are numerous promises that require nothing of us. God is just THAT good. Then there are those really precious ones, that can only be obtain through relationship with God through Jesus.
Over the next 4-weeks you are welcome to take the journey with us in discovering God's Promises. This is sure to be an exciting series. It's time we take hold of ALL God has for us.
The resurrection of Jesus from the dead, marked the beginning of something extraordinary for us all. He FINISHED it! You may ask yourself, what is "it"? It's a common question that we want to explore over the next 10-weeks.
Join us for our Sunday Home Gatherings as we discover the finished work of Jesus and ARISE with Him in POWER!
THE FATHER'S LOVE
For us, those who believe in the saving grace of Jesus our Lord, Christmas is a day we have chosen to celebrate His miraculous birth. His birth which signifies the immeasurable love of God the Father. We read in John 3:16, the true reason for the season, “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life.”
The greatest show of, The Father’s Love for us is wrapped up in these two gifts, Jesus and eternal life. Journey with us over the next 3-weeks as we receive His gift.
ATTITUDE OF GRATITUDE
Did you know that it is God’s will for you to be continually thankful?
We read in 1 Thessalonians 5: 16-18 (AMP) that we are to, “Rejoice always and delight in your faith; be unceasing and persistent in prayer; in every situation [no matter what the circumstances] be thankful and continually give thanks to God; for this is the will of God for you in Christ Jesus.”
Thankfulness is a fruit of gratitude.
Our November Sermon Series entitled, “An Attitude of Gratitude” explores why God’s expectation of our attitude in every situation is to be one of gratitude.
For some the holiday season is one of regret. We can find ourselves hashing over choices that may or may not have been the wisest or mulling over opportunities that came and went. Our attitudes can be downright sour. The good news is that God is in our situations. We can be thankful for that!
You are welcome to join us for the month of November as we make an attitude shift to one of gratitude.
Looking at the world around us, we may find it hard at times to be hopeful. Mountainous challenges, broken relationships, financial setbacks and the like, can be thieves. Our joy is the first to go when we face difficult times. We find in God’s Word that His intent is for us to be overflowing in His joy.
Over the next 10-weeks we will explore how we can live a life, where joy remains no matter the circumstance. The choice is ours!
You are welcome to join us as we trek through God’s Word. We will learn about the power and freedom the Joy of the Lord gives us.
"I have told you these things so that My joy and delight may be in you, and that your joy may be made full and complete and overflowing." John 15:11 AMP
So you've said yes to Jesus and now you're apart of God's great big family. Now what? There are oodles of commentary of the subject of purpose. We all want to know the answer to the quintessential question, "What is my purpose?" Equipped with the answer, you will find that an adventure of a lifetime awaits you.
We're gearing up for 10-weeks of discovering gems and jewels that will us step out of mediocrity into purpose-filled and purposeful living.
THE LEAST LIKELY
Do you want to live a purposeful life? Do you find yourself magnifying your shortcomings and minimizing your potential? Throughout history, God has used the small, weak and the unlikely to carry out His magnificent work. From Moses to Abraham, King David to Gideon, John the Baptist to Jesus, it’s the least likely person who catches His eye.
Over the next 9-weeks we are going to explore and discover the potential God sees in us all. Then we’re going to take a leap of faith and say “yes” to His amazing plan for our lives. In doing so, we will live a life filled with grace, greatness and gratitude that gives Him all the glory!
You may have heard the term "fear of commitment". It is often used when describing a person who is afraid to dig in, plant their feet, stay the course or to simply say "yes" and mean it.
In this series, we will explore and discover what a relationship with Jesus looks like, when we devote our hearts and minds to Him. Take the plunge this year and give your all to your relationship with Jesus.
What are the fundamentals of our faith? How do we increase in faith, hope and love?
Join us over the next 14-weeks as we discover the foundations of our faith as believers in Jesus Christ.