The world often sees “hoping” as synonymous with “wishing”. If you hope something happens, you often wish it would. But God sees hope as something different…something critical for believers to express in their walk with God. [Sermon recording not available at this time. Please check back later!]
Changes sometimes come without notice. Ancient Israel had a big change when they had just three days to pack up and cross into the Promised Land. Everything was different on the other side. They may not have felt ready, but God had been training and equipping them with all they would need in their new circumstances. He does that with us too! He’s always preparing us!
Guest speaker Jess Koelle discusses the topic of faith and how it is like a muscle: it has to be exercised. We should not merely rely on our own experiences to get our faith; we should be seeking God and relying on God’s worthiness for the basis of our faith.
Using the story of Lazarus, Pastor Brad Kahler demonstrate how God always hears us, and how His love helps us overcome the stresses of urgency, the fear of neglect, and the pain of disappointment.
Enjoy this Father’s Day sermon by Pastor Brad Kahler!
Are you living by design, or by default? In this sermon, Pastor Brad Kahler uses the account of David’s anointing as an example of how family, familiarity and failure can get in the way of us seeing God’s amazing plans for our lives. It is by knowing God’s truth of who we are, of what He has determined to be truly valuable in culture, and what is realistic in God’s eyes; that can enable us to escape the default setting the world has for us; and live according to God’s grander design.
This is the second and final message entitled “Small Matters.” Sunday is our Compassion Sunday, so it seems very appropriate to continue to talk about God’s priority on the young! Jesus said that whatever good we do to a young person we’ve done to Him. The message today talks about 3 fundamental shifts in our thinking that will align us with God’s will in this area
This is the first of two messages on “Small Matters.” The surprising application of the the words “take heed how you build” isn’t the idea of building structures. It’s all about you building on the foundation of knowing Jesus personally and then taking heed, paying attention to, the young.
Glenn and Amanda Shultes share a message about intentionally walking in the freedoms that God has purchased for us. In this sermon, they encourage us to see Jesus as a well with an unlimited supply of living water. With this supply, we have all that we need to see the goodness of our Father, to stop believing the lies of the enemy, and to become unencumbered with the fear of man.. We are also encouraged to lovingly walk in this freedom in our given sphere of influence, so that others can notice and also be reminded of these same freedoms they can have in Christ.
In this Mother’s Day message we’ll discover how intimidating this holiday can be and find what actually constitutes “Super Mom” status. At the end we’ll interview some folks who know all about this!