Scott encourages us to forget about our past mistakes and failures as we head into a new year.
Matt encourages us to seek after God and to have a hunger and thirst for Him.
Pastor Jonathan presents 10 Christmas traditions that go hand-in-hand with Biblical principles.
Scott speaks about how Christmas is the time to believe in why we celebrate.
Pastor Jonathan speaks about the three areas concerning family in the Christmas story.
Pastor Jonathan speaks about the story of Zechariah and Elizabeth which can be considered part of the Christmas story.
Pastor Jonathan continues the "Vintage Christmas" series by speaking about the importance of generosity in our lives.
Pastor Jonathan speaks about answering God's call upon our lives and what those callings may look like.
Pastor LaRonna continues the series "Vintage Christmas" by speaking all about having joy.
Pastor Jonathan encourages us to allow ourselves to be drawn closer to God, especially in this Christmas season.
Pastor LaRonna begins a four-part series on a "Vintage Christmas," beginning today by speaking about hope and the three places it comes from.
Pastor Jonathan finishes his series on what we see, how we see, and what God can do through our actions based off seeing what He puts in our heart. He speaks today about what the 12 spies found as they spied out the land as God told them to.
Pastor Jonathan encourages us to be thankful to God for what He does in our lives and reminds us that God wants us to have a mindset of more rather than a mindset of complacency or status quo.
Pastor Jonathan speaks about the 12 spies of Israel to help give us an understanding of what we need to have in us in order to not do what the spies did.
Pastor Jonathan continues his message on Moses and the burning bush in Exodus 3, talking about what we do with what we see.
Pastor Jonathan speaks about the story of Moses and the burning bush in Exodus 3 and uses this story to explain that what we see determines where we go, what we do, and the outcome.
Pastor LaRonna encourages us to stand together when in the valley of dry bones and life in general.
Pastor Jonathan speaks about Elisha and the widow’s oil. Through this story, he explains that we always have what we need for our needs to be met and for our future to be secure.
Bishop Lake encourages us to take up the business of kingdom discipleship.
Pastor LaRonna speaks about the process of life and how it relates to the threshing of plants such as wheat.
Pastor Jonathan finishes his talk on fighting depression and ends by having a discussion with Ricky, who speaks of his own experiences with depression.
Pastor Jonathan speaks about Moses at the burning bush and the origin of "Yahweh" or "I Am who I Am."
Pastor Jonathan speaks about Elijah's struggle with depression and uses his to story to bring 3 key points for winning the battle against depression.
Juan speaks about enemies opposing the rebuilding of the wall in Nehemiah chapter four and uses this story to encourage us to keep on with what God has ordained us to do, no matter what the critics may say.
Pastor Jonathan continues his talk on being meant for more with the story of Elijah and Elisha.