In this message, Ps. Caleb wraps up our series “The Inside Job” and speaks about dealing with insecurity. He reminds us that there is no limit to what God can do when we trust in His plan. He teaches us that with every blessing comes a battle and if we don’t face that battle, we inherently forfeit our blessing. He encourages us to be confident and live big lives because our God is big and there is no battle he can’t win.
In this message called “Supply and Demand”, Ps. Julie continues The Inside Job series answering the question “what do you do when the capacity within you doesn’t meet the demands around you?” She uses the story of Joseph to remind us that the victories within us always lead to victories around us. She reminds us that our strength is for service and that people are always on the other side.
In week one of The Inside Job, Ps. Caleb sets the foundation for the series. He teaches us that adversity is often used for advancement. He uses the stories of David and Jacob to remind us that God can’t bless who we pretend to be. He encourages us to stop putting on a persona and to just be ourselves.
In this message “Piece It Together” Ps. Brandon speaks about hard times in life. When the pieces of our lives don’t look like the picture we signed up for, he encourages us to turn to Jesus. He uses Luke 24:13 to show us that there is a process that God uses to prepare something for His kingdom.
In this practical message Ps. Caleb talks about excuses. He uses Luke 14:16 to remind us that what we accept today becomes tomorrow's standard. He encourages us to use our situations and our past as lessons rather than excuses because every time we buy an excuse, we sell a dream.
In this message, special guest Pastor Lee Burns from Hillsong Australia tells us to keep walking. He reminds us that just because we can't see God's promises all the time doesn't mean the promises aren't still there. He reminds us to keep walking forward into everything that God has for us.
In this message, Ps. Caleb gives us three keys to increase in our lives. He reminds us that gratitude is an attitude that will set us apart in life. He uses Hebrews 10:38 to encourage us to make more space for God in our lives.
We all have to wait. Whether it’s at the grocery store or the doctors office, we often have to wait. In this week's message, Ps. Caleb uses John 11 & 12 to encourage us during the difficult waiting seasons of life. He reminds us that God’s silence does not equate his absence. God hasn’t rejected you, he has selected you for a purpose.
Have you ever felt stuck in the routine of life? You go to work everyday but you don’t feel fulfilled? In the last part of our Keep Calm and Carry On Series, Ps. Caleb talks about calling. He reminds us that in order to carry on, there are some things we need to leave behind and encourages us to keep going even when we feel like our calling and our career aren’t aligning.