This Sunday’s Message 10 AM
The message is titled, Jonah’s Jacked Up Justice. Jonah was a man who did not understand the mercy of God. He was a man of the Law & justice. He had been hurt and was afraid and wanted someone to pay. God patiently teaches this prophet of God about mercy and forgiveness, something we all need a firmer grasp on.
Come join us as we seek to see the merciful heart of God this Sunday at 10 a.m. We really want to see you there.
Last Sunday’s Message
Adam's Defining Moment
Pray for the Persecuted Church
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Any student of scripture hearing the cadence of the names, Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, will immediately recognized these three generations as succeeding carriers of the promises of God. Promises that included a people, blessing & protection, and that the Messiah would...read more
Most of us have seen the blast-off of a rocket on TV. We’ve heard the famous T-Minus countdown sequence – 18.104.22.168, “ignition sequence has started”, 2.1… “we have lift off”. The engines burst with fire, the roar is deafening, and the power can be felt miles away as...read more
Because we were all created in the image of God, we all bear the finger print of God. Meaning that even in a fallen state there remains a remnant of the Creator within us; certain qualities that have been embedded within human nature that point to our origin. One...read more
In the first century, Jewish Rabbis would instruct their students to find a place of seclusion under an olive vine or fig tree to study and pray. The first chapter of the Gospel of John tells us the story of a young man named Nathanael who was under a fig tree when...read more
God is big! When I say big, I don’t mean by dimension or size, I mean the magnitude of His reach and presence. The word magnitude is a word that’s used to describe the brightness of a star, or the power of an earthquake. The word tries to define the measure of His...read more
I think it’s safe to say that when the topic of spiritual warfare is discussed, Ephesians chapter six is a go- to passage that illustrates how God has equipped the believer to function in a world hostile to righteousness. I’ve heard many perspectives as to its meaning...read more
The Apostle Paul saw himself as a Spiritual warrior. He recognized that he was locked in deadly combat with demonic forces who were doing everything possible to stop him from taking the Gospel of Christ to the world. He was a man of peace, but also a man of war,...read more
We can divide people into three simple groups, the lost, the looking, and the found. The lost are those without God and content. They are mostly unaware of their condition and unfavorable standing before the creator of the universe. They move along the path of life...read more