Pastor Duane looks at the reason to say NO to some things in our lives as a way to draw closer to Jesus. Scripture teaches that we need to forgive and declare healing over our lives.
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The Bible says: Resist the devil and he will flee from you. In his message, Pastor Duane challenges us with the question: When is the last time you resisted him?
Pastor Duane teaches what the Bible reveals about decisions and actions that affect our relationship with God and His will for our lives. We need to strengthen and use our faith to fight the enemy.
There are many things competing for attention, and access to our life. God and the Devil both have plans for our life. We have to be the doorkeepers to decide who and what we let in.
Pastor Jake dives into scripture and unpacks the impact of Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection and God’s desire to have an intimate relationship with us. God desires a non-stop connection with YOU.
Pastor Duane looks at what Scripture says about Water Baptism, and also unpacks the important next step of believers to be baptized in the Holy Spirit!
Pastor Duane delivers a special message to fathers and families, looking at what scripture says about parental authority and the power of prayers over our children.
Pastor Duane continues our series on the Kingdom of God. He dives into what scripture says about the blessings of the Lord. We need to know the blessings are still available to us.
Pastor Duane shares the benefits of those living within God’s kingdom. He examines what scripture says about the enemy, who seeks to destroy God’s impact in our lives and the world.
Dan Seaborn delivers a powerful message that examines where the world places its hope. In reality, these things are only temporary. Our true hope, fulfillment, and joy rests in Jesus Christ!
Pastor Duane continues our series Kingdom of God! He unpacks the promises that scripture says we have inherited as believers in Jesus Christ!
Bishop E. W. Jackson relates the confrontation between Elijah and Ahab to real life issues we face today. He encourages boldness and Christ-centered principles to bring truth.
Bishop E. W. Jackson teaches an inspiring message for our world today, replacing the voices of culture with the voice of the Holy Spirit and the Word of God!
Pastor Duane explores the promises in the covenant that God made with Abraham. We, as Christians, are heirs according to the promise through Christ!
Pastor Jeanie shares the important role of a mother, as she teaches and encourages moms to bring God’s blessing into their children’s lives on a daily basis through scripture and prayer.
Pastor Duane looks at what the Kingdom of God is according to scripture, and how we are to live in today’s world with His promises. Christianity is a kingdom!
Pastor Jake Blauwkamp looks at social ladders and idols that compete for attention away from God. He uses the apostle Paul to encourages every believer to be satisfied in Christ!
Pastor Duane reminds us that because of His love toward us, God sent Jesus to reconcile the world to Himself. By faith we connect with God and He responds through His promises to us.
Pastor Duane teaches that Christianity is not a philosophy, or a political party. Christianity motivates us by faith and love to change the world through the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Pastor Duane teaches that we need to know the word of the Lord, that it may be imprinted in our hearts and be in our mouths. We need to meditate on God’s word and say what God says about us.
Pastor Duane teaches the meaning of Jesus’ resurrection. 2 Corinthians 5:19 “God was in Christ restoring the world to himself.” His love is our hope and salvation.
Pastor Ken shares the Good Friday message, as he takes us to the scene of the last supper and teaches the significance of spending time with Jesus.
Randy Clark continues to share his message: Our faith for others is in the grace of God. Pick up the cross of discipleship daily and heal the sick.
Randy Clark teaches that discipleship is more than scripture. We need to use our authority in Christ and experience what the Bible says is ours.