In week 1 of our series, Keep Calm and Carry On, Ps. Caleb uses Elijah's life to teach us about the call of God on our lives. In this encouraging word, he teaches us that it doesn't matter where you come from or what your background is - God will use you if you stand on His word.
It's so easy for us to settle in life, and we do it everyday. We often settle for "good enough" in our relationships, in our pursuits and in our spiritual life. In this inspiring and challenging message, Ps. Colin contrasts Terah and Abraham. He uses their lives to teach us to keep going, to stop settling and to continue to live out the life that God has called us to live.
It's easy to get caught up in the day-to-day busyness of life. We wake up out of bed on a mission: to check off everything on our to-do-list. But what happens when we start to treat our to-do list as more valuable than the people we are doing life with? Ps. Julie teaches us how to live "Heaven Spent". She teaches us three key truths to live by, that will help us to live our everyday lives in light of eternity.
In part 3, Ps. Steve Penny teaches us how to put an end to endings. He uses Luke 7:11 to point out 7 forms of death that happen in our lives and reminds us that God wants something better for us. He reminds us that if we put our trust in God, death won't have a hold on us. We'll get a new beginning and a fresh start.
In Part 1 of 3, Ps. Steve Penny challenges us to arise and shine because our time has come. He teaches us the difference between what God's light reveals in us and what created light often reveals. He reminds us that through Christ, we are made righteous and he encourages us to allow that revelation to shape our everyday lives.
Have you ever stopped to wonder what direction your life is headed and why? In this week's message, Ps. Colin encourages us to keep moving forward. Using Luke 24, he gives three keys to help us stay the path and reminds us that resistance is a healthy part of walking into God's calling.
In this encouraging message, Ps. Caleb talks about God's love. Using his own testimony, he teaches us the difference between believing in God and believing God. He reminds us that we are not just tolerated by God but celebrated and that His love for us is everlasting.
Have you ever wondered: "What am I here for?" or found yourself asking: "What is my purpose?" It's a question that all of us struggle with, but the Bible is very clear. In this encouraging message, Ps. Matt uses Matthew 10 to remind us that we all have God-given purpose and that we should not disqualify ourselves. The Bible says that God wants to use all of us.
Continuing in our grace series, Ps. Caleb talks about the role of the Holy Spirit. Many people think that the Holy Spirit's job is to convict us of our sin and shortcoming. But using John 18 Ps. Caleb teaches us that the only thing the Holy Spirit convicts us of is our righteousness through Christ Jesus. He reminds us that we don't have to be afraid because we have someone on our side at all times.