Many people have questions about who Jesus is and what it means to be a Christian. In this incredible message, Ps. Caleb answers the most fundamental one: “Who is Jesus?”. On Easter Sunday, Ps. Caleb explains who Jesus really is and what His life, death, and resurrection mean for us today.
Have you ever been lost? Not knowing where you’re going? That’s often how it feels when we follow God’s calling. Yet, time and again, we see people in the Bible step out in faith into all that God has called them into. Using the story of Saul, Ps. Colin shares a word encouraging us to step out into faith and learn that the journey of faith is actually a journey of trust.
No one is perfect, we all fall short sometimes. But even when we fall short we can be assured in knowing that God’s grace is enough for all of our shortcomings. As we prepare for Easter Sunday, Ps. Caleb teaches us about grace by taking us back to the beginning and explaining how the garden of Eden relates to Jesus’ sacrifice on the Cross.
We all want more... more clothes, a better car, more money. But the Bible calls us to live greater than the here and now. Listen as Ps. Caleb uses the book of Timothy to teach us how to be content, and how to live rich with what we have.
It’s easy for us to be generous when it doesn’t cost us much – loving in words and not in action. But how much more could we gain by stretching ourselves outside our comfort zone?? In this encouraging word Ps. Colin uses biblical examples to challenge us to become more generous in our everyday.
Did you know that God is pleased when we dream? In fact God CREATED us to dream! In this inspiring message by special guest speaker, Ps. Andrew Hoyes from Resurgent Church, we are encouraged to re-discover the God-dreams of our heart, and to make a plan to see them come into fruition!
Many people have pre-conceived notions of what it means to give in church, but what does the Bible say about the tithe and offering? In this message, special guest speaker, Ps. Andrew Hoyes from Resurgent Church teaches us the historical principles of giving as he reminds us that giving is an opportunity to show our love for God by investing in His house.
Whether it be at Starbucks or Walmart, we often find ourselves waiting in line for something. But have you ever thought about WHO you’re standing in line for? In this inspirational message, using the story of Joshua, Ps. Julie reminds us that God has called each of us to prepare something that will bless and equip the next generation.