Most of us have dreams that we’ve kinda just given up on. We have ceased to hope that they will be fulfilled. Many have had dreams that have come true only to die on the vine. God is the healer of broken hearts and the one who can resurrect those dreams that have died an untimely death. Sunday’s message by Pastor Shayna brings hope to those who have lived or are living through the experience of the death of a cherished dream. Click on the arrow below to listen to this message.
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There were two types of processions on Palm Sunday. There was Jesus’ procession into Jerusalem, and the procession of the pompous Roman legions that moved constantly throughout the city. In Sunday’s message Steve Webb talked about the two different kinds of processions and what that means to us in our lives. Click on the arrow to listen. Click on the Publications page to read this week’s bulletin
We’re all part of a team. We are not meant to go it alone, we’re meant to be part of a team, a church family bound together in love by the Holy Spirit. The best part is that in the end we win. Click on the arrow to listen to Sunday’s message by Pastor Marlan and some testimonies from the Teen’s Winter camp experience.
No, this isn’t one of those tests to determine something about your love life or who you will marry or even what your love language is. Sunday’s message by Pastor Marlan urges the listener to gauge their love for others by the criteria listed in what is known as the “Love Chapter” 1 Corinthians 13. Click on the arrow to listen to the message. We’ve also added a PDF copy of the test so you can take it, too.
Have you noticed how quickly your morning cup of coffee or tea grows cold after it has been poured out of the pot? Even a whistle screaming hot tea kettle will not remain hot very long once removed from the heat source. It is the same with our lives. Once we have removed ourselves from our source of power our hearts begin to cool. No matter how screaming hot and on fire for God our hearts are if we do not remain in constant contact with our source we will become cold. Pastor Mike in Sunday’s message urges us to check our spiritual temperature and make sure our hearts stay connected to God. Click on the arrow to listen to this week’s message.
President Trump has a list of things that he wants to accomplish in the first 100 days of his presidency. What about you? What’s on your list to accomplish this year in the next 100 days? What are your goals and dreams? What do you want God to do in your life or through you? Let the question percolate in your spirit as you listen to this week’s message by Pastor Marlan.
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