Ps. Lucas Connell continues his message by telling us that miracles are possible. Using 1st Kings, he teaches us that all miracles start as promises that we must protect. He encourages us to continue to give God all the glory in every situation and our lives will flourish.
In this incredibly touching message, special guest Ps. Lucas Connell uses the testimony of his life as a picture of Jesus' faithfulness. He tells us to never give up hope and reminds us that miracles can happen when we are persistent in our prayer.
Sometimes, we find it difficult to believe that we can be good enough to be fully accepted by God. And we turn to the law to try and do well enough to earn God’s acceptance. In week 5 of the grace series, Ps. Caleb teaches us that we are not blessed by what we do, but that we’re blessed by faith. Using the book of Galatians, we learn that all we have to do is believe in Jesus to be accepted by God.
In the fourth week of our grace series, Ps. Caleb preaches verse by verse out of Romans 7 and teaches us what the Bible really says about living under the law as Christians. He challenges us to FULLY accept God's grace to become less sin obsessed but instead to become more Son obsessed.
We have all broken rules at some point in our lives and fallen short of expectations. And many people think that breaking the rules cuts us off from God's love. In the third week of our grace series, Ps. Caleb explains that because of Jesus, we can no longer live under both grace and law. He encourages us to surrender all, to accept grace and fully embrace Jesus' sacrifice and love.
In week 2 of our grace series, Ps. Caleb explores the concept of the ark of the covenant. He explains how everything about the ark -- the build, the material and the location is actually a symbol of Jesus' holiness, righteousness and redemption. Ps. Caleb teaches what holiness really means for Christians and how we can live it out in our lives today.
Everyone goes through seasons in life where you feel like you are stuck. When you aren’t where you want to be but the next step seems unclear. In this message, Ps. Adam Scharfe uses the story of Jericho to teach us how to wait well. He reminds us that sometimes waiting yields the greatest opportunity to make an impact.
We sometimes end up in situations where we feel surrounded by obstacles, ill-equipped to surmount them. By God’s grace we overcome and push forward by the tools that God has put in our hands. Special Guest Adam Scharfe brings a powerful word on the special calling God is shaping in our lives by reminding us that change takes place not only by spiritual means but also practical works.