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2Ti 4:2 Preach the Word; be prepared in season and out of season; correct, rebuke and encourage– with great patience and careful instruction.


If your finances have taken a hit because of the virus, then please take care of your family first.  For those that can give, please know how much we appreciate it.  God bless you.

Pastor Rich Laskowski - December 22, 2019

Out of Egypt I Called My Son

Out of Egypt I Called My Son

. The message is titled "Out of Egypt I Called My Son." King Herod finds out he's been tricked by the Wisemen and seeks to find and destroy the newborn King Jesus. God tells Joseph in a dream to take his family and flee to Egypt. At first, it seems that this is just a practical move to avoid the wrath of Herod, but a closer look reveals that there is deep meaning in these seemingly simple sentences. The "Jesus in Egypt" story unfolds powerful prophetic symbols and insights that will open our eyes to a deeper level of the Christmas story.


The message titled, “A KINGDOM THAT WILL NEVER GROW OLD”. We begin a new series of sermons that dovetails off the last series where we talked about building an atmosphere of hope. This new series will focus on the hope of the Kingdom of God. The Lord teaches us in His word that Christians are not of this world, that we are of another Kingdom, one that will never grow old. This Kingdom has come to replace all the kingdoms of the world. This Kingdom has a foundation that can never be shaken. I believe revival is coming for this reason – because the kingdoms of this world are now being shaken, filled with confusion, cut loose from all anchors of truth and reality, leaving people with an inner sense that something is desperately wrong. “Reason” has left the building, and what remains is creating fear in the hearts of people as they feel the movement of slithering hopelessness sneaking in. But, in steps, the proclamation of the Kingdom of God that will never grow old, that resonates in stability and strength resulting in faith and peace, and sinful hearts once distant, now called into God's embrace. Church, because we know this, we seek to create a Kingdom atmosphere in our churches that will be a tangible invitation to all those who are tired of sinking sand. Jesus is coming; let us proclaim the never-changing hope of the Kingdom of God.

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