In this thought provoking message, Ps Colin teaches us the importance of seeing ourselves the way God sees us and that this is the first step in effecting change; not only within ourselves but in the way we see and value those around us.
Words are important. They are the way we communicate and understand each other. But did you know, the Bible says our words are weapons? We build our lives on words. In this message, Ps. Colin challenges us by asking what kind of words are we building our lives on? He gives us three practical keys to encouraging one another because despite our personalities, we can all be a little bit more encouraging.
In this continuation of the grace series, Ps. Caleb talks about the need to confess our sins as Christians. Using 1 John, he explains that Jesus covered all our sins - past, present and future - on the cross. He reminds us that we don't need to constantly confess our sins because we live with the righteousness of Christ in us.
Many people are confused when it comes to their relationship with Jesus. In our heads we want to believe that God is good but we approach Him like He isn't. In this message, Ps. Matt uses Galatians 4 to teach us that because of Jesus we have rights in Christ that we are always free to access and he encourages us to approach God freely and openly.
In Part 2 of last week's message, Ps. Colin explains how truly understanding God's heart should affect the way we treat others. Using the parable of the Good Samaritan, Ps. Colin uses three keys to teach us how to love people well in our everyday lives.
On the day of MCM's Single Release, Ps. Colin uses John's life as an example of how in our everyday, we can get closer enough to God to hear His heart. He challenges our perspective of who we believe God to be and encourages us to draw closer to Him in our everyday.
Do you ever feel like your progress isn't enough? That you are constantly striving to be better? But what's at the bottom of better? In this inspiring message by Ps. Colin, "There's Something Better Than Better" we are reminded that healthy progress requires faith. He teaches us that we aren't enough on our own, but by God's grace we are.
In Ps. Lucas Connell's last sermon he teaches out of John 9. He uses the story of the blind man and the mud to teach us that we all have flaws. but our flaws are not something to be ashamed of. He explains that Jesus uses our humanity as an asset to bring glory to God.
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.