In this first week of discussing the creation story, Pastor Jonathan teaches the Biblical view of creation as described in Genesis 1. In view of this, we see the beauty of God, the order that He has called us to, and the image that we are to reflect as His creation.
In this second week of exploring the incredible comebacks on display in the Bible, we focus in on three characters: Noah, Jacob, and Joseph. Seeing how these characters overcame great setbacks by relying on God, and choosing to persevere in the midst of incredibly difficult circumstances, shows us how we can do the same in our modern day.
On this Easter Sunday, Pastor Jonathan walks us through the multiple comebacks of Jesus Christ, culminating in His final comeback when we will join Him forever. As we begin to comeback either in our personal lives, or as a community of Christ-followers, how can we learn from Jesus' coming back?
On this Palm Sunday, Pastor Jonathan displays who Jesus came as: a Prophet, a King, a Pastor and an Apostle. He is the Word of God to us, the King of our lives, our Shepherd and the One whom God has sent.
The Word of God is indispensable. In this message, Pastor LaRonna Rhodes encourages us to trust in the Written Word to Overcome, act with Radical Righteousness, and have a Defense to Defeat the enemy and his schemes.
Expounding upon Samson's life, Pastor Jonathan teaches how God can prepare us to do what he has stirred up on the inside. As Samson's mother is prepared, and Samson himself is ready, so we are to be in what God stirs up inside our hearts.
Often times, pleasures in life look incredibly appealing to us, yet we fail to recognize the death that surrounds them. Through the story of Samson, relishing in his old victories by eating honey found in the carcass of the lion he had killed, we see that there are beauties in life that are set in places God has told us to abstain from. Pastor Jonathan encourages us to trust God's definition of what is truly good for us.
Moses was called by God as deliverer, yet he went about his heart calling the wrong way. In this message, Pastor Jonathan Rhodes encourages us to go with God, not in our own strength. He will give us, as He gave Moses, His wisdom, favor, strength, and supernatural power!
When God speaks to our heart, uttering, "Go!" Will we listen? Though we do not have certainty, we have support from our Armor Bearer to step out onto the sea of seemingly chaotic circumstances, believing God will be with us, and He will lead us to victory.