This week, Vincent wrapped up our More Of Jesus series with a message on humility and relationships. Humility means to lower ourselves and come under people in order to see them benefited. We humble ourselves by exalting Jesus.
This week, Vincent continued our More Of Jesus series with a message on community. God calls us to community, and we experience more of His love when we love other people. When we step into community and embrace vulnerability, we are transformed.
This week, Vincent Carpenter continued our series with a message on avoiding deception. We don’t have to fear deception, but we need to be aware of it. The enemy tries to deceive us and tells us we need more in life. We already have all we need in Jesus, and through Him Satan has been disarmed.
This week, Vincent Carpenter continued our More Of Jesus series with a message on the will of God. The will of God is for us to know Him, not to do something for Him. When we walk in relationship with God, we then learn more about what He has for us.
Today, Pastor Vincent Carpenter continued our Come To The Mountain series with a message on righteousness based on Matthew 5:6. We find fulfillment when we press into Jesus. Righteousness doesn’t come from what we do or don’t do, but it comes from the person of Jesus.
Adult Pastor Vincent Carpenter began our 3-week series on the Word of God called Living Words. He shared three simple truths: the Word of God reveals His heart for us, gives us power over our problems and guides us to make the right decisions. It is a consistent and powerful place of truth for us, and for the next few weeks we will learn more about its purpose in our lives.
Pastor Vincent Carpenter continues our series Hanging on Every Word by challenging us to love each other deeply from the heart.
This week Teaching and Administrative Pastor Vincent Carpenter continues our series, Hanging On Every Word, and reminds us that holiness is about relationship, not performance.
Pastor Vincent Carpenter shares about the value of sacrificing and dying to ourselves so that we can truly live. God created us for life abundant, which is accessible to us as we choose to lay down our earthly treasures and conveniences to make room for more of God.
Pastor Vincent Carpenter concludes our Lost and Found Series with the parable of the prodigal son. Whoever we know our Father to be can oftentimes dictate our actions, causing us to run away or to get caught in a trap of performance. No matter what path we’ve chosen, we can know God as Father today and choose to listen, obey and receive His blessings.