July 15, 2018
Every coming to Christ story is different. They come to Him a thousand different ways. But they all come as dead ones, born to life anew in Jesus Christ by the power of the Holy Spirit. What is vitally important is that you come…
June 24, 2018
The Word of God is the Voice of God–in writing! The voice of reason is not the the voice of God when it differs from His voice, His Word. You can reason yourself into disobedience. You can be reasoned out of your loyal allegiance to the One who loves you most…
April 29, 2018
Hebrews 6:19 says that hope is the anchor of our souls. But for many, hope is merely wishful thinking. But if our lives are anchored to mere wishes, they’re far from secure. Time is short. Is your faith and hope in our Most Holy God?
October 22, 2017
In the midst of terrible calamities, terrorism, and wars, many ask, “Where is God?” Is God slow or is He worth waiting for? Answer: He is always worth the wait!
August 20, 2017
Guest speaker Gerald Brannon shared his personal testimony demonstrating that Gods does not promise to keep us from trials…He promises to be with us through our trials.
July 23, 2017
The One who rules and orchestrates all that takes place in the Kingdom of Heaven has promised to care and provide for us in the here and now! And therefore, Jesus concludes, worrying over the everyday cares of our lives is not necessary.
May 21, 2017
Through stories, personal testimony, and balloon art, guest speaker Tim Meek demonstrates how a simple trust in God and His provision can transform our lives.
May 7, 2017
John and his brother James were a couple dudes you didn’t want to mess with. By the time John wrote his Gospel, three epistles, and the book of Revelation, he was a radically changed man.
February 19, 2017
King Hezekiah found his city of Jerusalem surrounded by the powerful army of Assyria. He went to the temple, laid the enemy’s edict before the Lord, and cried out for help. What would God Almighty do?
November 13, 2016
God has a reputation for taking small things and doing enormously big things with them. Examples include David with a small smooth stone and sling, and an unknown boy’s five small loaves and two fish; a little mudpie eyepatch made from dirt and spit.