We are meant to leave a legacy. Are you leaving behind a white picket fence and an inheritance for your children? Or are you leaving behind a story of healing that will point countless generations toward the one true savior?
Jason & Annette Kyle shared their experience serving in Uganda and their hope for the future. Listen here: Interested in giving toward their mission? Check out their… Read more “World Missions: The Kyle Family”
Sermon by Pastor Luke Seidler Listen here:
How often do we place God in the friend zone? We put him in His corner for ourselves to go to when needed but never allow Him to be a part of all our thoughts and actions.
The greatest commandment calls us to do just that: heart, soul, and mind… that sounds like we are to allow God to flood our lives. This is love: when two become one.
We often go to prayer with these attitudes: that it has to be perfect, that the prayer must sound good.
When we go to prayer with this attitude we go, metaphorically, like I’m dressed.
We go pretending like we are ready for war yet a part of us finds it necessary to think of what others think of our prayer or it not sounding pretty enough
This past week we had the privilege to hear how God spared the lives of two women in our church family. From one miracle after another miracle, there is no denying that God was moving that day.
YOU are standing at the foot of the promise. We all are. There are giants before you and you have a choice to make. Will you forget? Justify? Walk away? Or boldly step forward into His promises? His calling?
This week’s message features guest speaker, Tyler Ross – the all-American who fell into the pit of addiction, hit rock bottom, and now shares his story to give hope to others. He turned his mess into a message.