This week we kicked off our new series, The Culture of Heaven: A Biblical Perspective on Diversity. Jimmy Seibert and Vincent Carpenter shared on the beauty of God displayed through diversity. We, as the Church, should be the model for what diversity looks like in our society. When we come together, we see the Kingdom of Heaven come to earth.
This week Jimmy wrapped up our series, Jesus, Teach Us to Pray, with a message on praying confidently and effectively. God is good and always has our best interest at hand. Because we know His character as a good Father, we can pray confidently and expectantly.
This week we continued our series, Jesus, Teach Us to Pray, with a message about persistence in prayer. In Luke 11, Jesus invites us to ask, seek Him and knock. God wants us to ask, so we are invited to freely contend for things with Him.
This week we continued our Jesus, Teach Us To Pray series. Throughout this series, we want to pause and learn how to pray in the way Jesus did. We went through the second half of the Lord’s Prayer this week and talked about how we can intentionally be praying throughout our week.
This week Jimmy kicked off our new series, “Jesus, teach us to pray.” Throughout this series, we want to go back to the basics and learn how to pray in the way Jesus did. When we pray, we see our world transformed and lives healed. Today we took a look at Matthew 6:9-13, and began to break down the Lord’s Prayer.
This week, Jimmy shared the heart behind our vision for this year. Our banner statement for 2017 is, “Jesus, teach us to pray.” When we lay a foundation of prayer, we set ourselves up to see God move. On January 15th, we will be kicking off a new sermon series that will take us deeper in to how to pray.
This week we continued our Hope is Coming series by talking about peace. Defined, peace is a tranquil place of rest a part from circumstances. We talked about the life of Mary, and looked at how God prepared her for the chaos that was to come so she could be at ease. Like Mary, we can walk in peace because Jesus is present.
This week we kicked off our Hope is Coming series. Hope is the confident expectation of good. To have hope we have to know there is somewhere to take our sins, and that is found in Jesus. We’re going to need hope when we don’t expect it. We store up hope every day when we worship,read the Bible, pray and listen to the voice of God.
This week Jimmy wrapped up our How Then Shall We Live? series with a message on the last commandment, “You shall not covet.” Coveting is defined as having a strong lust or desire for something or someone that isn’t yours. Coveting can be broken down into three areas: people, possessions and positions. When we put Jesus at the center of all three areas, everything else will fall into place.