God wants the very best for us. He has a great destiny planned: a destiny where even what was intended for evil works for our good; a destiny where we are more than conquerors, where we are forever in His love.
Pastor Andy, Mr. Bil, Lia and Kirk will be taking your calls as they discuss this and more this Sunday night. Continue reading
Happy New Year! As we begin the New Year, our one big goal that is bigger than any resolution or any problem, must be to seek Him first. He is Priority Number 1.
Pastor Andy, Mr. Bil, Lia and Kirk will be taking your calls as they discuss this and more this Sunday night at 9.
Many fairy tales end with the line Happily Ever After, but the Jesus account isn’t a fairy tale, neither are our lives…YET!
This Sunday, Pastor Andy, Mr. Bil, Lia and Kirk will discuss starting our “Happily Ever After” by going where the Lord would have us go in the new year, even in difficult times.
This Sunday, we’ll review a few of the love stories in the Christmas narrative. We’ll discuss God loving us enough to leave the comforts of heaven and be “Immanuel”, or “God with Us,” and the story of God sending us His Son. It’s the same event but with a different perspective. Continue reading
The Joy that comes from knowing Jesus was contagious for the ancients and angels. It was even caught by John the baptizer while still in his mother’s womb! The challenge for us is to present the attractiveness of Christ by letting our Joy be “caught” by others.
Pastor Andy, Mr. Bil, Lia and Kirk will discuss and more this Sunday night at 9 PM. Continue reading
In the wake of the Paris and San Bernardino attacks, some on the political left would want everybody’s guns taken away while some on the right would want everyone armed and ready to fight back. Tonight we’re going to talk about the real solution for peace and meet a man who is taking something more powerful than fighting to the Muslim world. Continue reading
During this Advent season, we’ll take a break from our Romans study and plunge into Advent’s major themes (Hope, Peace, Joy and Love).
This week, we will define Hope through the example the ancient prophet Isaiah gave us of showing that Hope is not a passive activity, but one to be actively engaged in as we’re intertwined with our Lord (Isaiah 40:29-31). We’ll also look at Mary’s song and see some practical ways to achieve this higher state of being (Luke 1:46-55).