Archive for September 2016

Preparing to See God Move

September 19, 2016 @ 8:33 am

Every believers desire should be that God would do something great with their lives, but to often we have negated our lives to a lower level of service. I don't believe that is what God ever wanted out of us. I believe He wants us to reach for the impossible, to dream bigger than ourselves, to have faith to do something that can and will change the lives of the people and the culture around us. What that takes is being prepared to see God move. In this sermon we take a look at two different leaders, one was prepared to see God move and the other was unprepared. Because of the one being unprepared God passed over him and blessed the life of the other. Don't miss your blessing because you fail to prepare yourself for God plan for your life.

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A Memorial of God’s Image

September 18, 2016 @ 4:06 am

As we look back on the 15th anniversary of the terrorist attack of September 11th, 2001, we can all remember where we were and what we were doing. There is no doubt there is a great divide in our country, one that many think was widened by those attacks, but the reality is that there is one source of division. In this sermon we take a look at how that all men are created in the image of God, that we are to love them as such, no matter of race, religion, or sin. Second we take a look at how Christ came to be the ultimate example of that image. So that we as believers can follow the way that He loved in reaching those in the deepest need. Let us be the Church, to those that are in the greatest need of Christ.

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Leaving an Impression

September 8, 2016 @ 3:55 am

In this life we leave impressions every where, everything we touch is impacted by how we live. Our impressions can be good, or bad, but as a Christian, God wants us to make God sized impressions on people. In this sermon we look at Acts 4:13 and see how that John and Peter made a God sized impression on those around them. Through heart knowledge, not head knowledge, by faithfulness, not fear, and by relationship, not religion.

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