In the whirlwind of our bustling world, where time races and the demands of life tug relentlessly at every step, take a moment to step out of the chaos. Breathe. Exhale. Feel the weight of the world begin to lift as you immerse your weary heart and mind in the gentle embrace of God’s Word and unwavering promises.
Join us at 7:05 Sunday morning as we expound on how much the Lord loves and cares for us and is ever present and watchful in our lives.
Truth is ever so elusive these days. I honestly struggle with believing much of anything when it comes to the leadership placed above us in positions of authority. From the government to the media, the half-truths and outright lies are everyday occurrences. I’ve come to a place in my life where the realities of the world are nearly unbelievable. The world, aka the enemy, will have you looking through those rose-colored glasses and wants you to live by their views. Instead of seeing the realities of this world, you see the lies of this life.
But as Christ followers, we have a secret weapon, the Holy Spirit. He is the ultimate authority on truth and the giver of life.
Join us tomorrow morning at 7:05 as the Lord reveals His truth to us!
Forgiveness constantly flows out of God’s loving nature. It is who He is and has been from the very beginning. From Adam and Eve, to David, to this present day when we accept Jesus Christ and ask for forgiveness, He doesn’t count our sins against us.
Join us tomorrow morning at 7:05 as we take another look at Forgiveness and it’s impact on us as Christ followers.
Have you ever struggled to see something right in front of you? Perhaps you looked all over the house for your glasses, keys or something else, only to look over them numerous times, finally seeing them at last.
That can be the case with our salvation – the gifts God has made available to us through the death burial and resurrection of His son. So many things belong to us as His redeemed, but we struggle to see them until the Holy Spirit opens our eyes.
The men on the road to Emmaus, were broken, dismayed and downtrodden and walked with Jesus and didn’t even know it.
Join us tomorrow morning at 7:05 as we worship the Lord and speak to the subject of walking with the Lord.
Just as every grain of sand on a beach is unique, so is God’s individual love for each of us. When you begin to grasp the concept of His love, your perspective shifts. The gospel becomes not just stories from a distant past but living truths that personally speak into your life.
As you start recognizing His love in your everyday life, you’ll find the gospel becoming more real and intimate to you than ever before.
Join us tomorrow morning at 7:05 as we talk how we are never out of His sight as we walk through life.
Have you ever believed the lie that your past is so bad, not even God could love you and forgive you? Most of the community in Jesus’ day believed that about a rich, tax collector named Zacchaeus (Luke 19:2).
Tax collectors served the Roman Empire, with broad authority to prosecute anyone who did not pay, as well as the ability to force citizens to pay even more than what they really owed. Zacchaeus had accumulated large amounts of illegitimate wealth. His fellow Jews saw him as a thief and a traitor.
But Jesus called Zacchaeus by name and invited himself to his home. The people with Jesus were appalled that Jesus would go to the home of a sinner. It was very counterculture for Jesus’ day, yet He paid no attention to their comments, and extended the gift of salvation, demonstrating that salvation cannot be earned or bought, but a gift given freely from God.
Join us at 7:05 tomorrow morning for praise and worship and a message about how Jesus can fix anything. Don’t forget, we will have communion tomorrow. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hUPtI5EiGUw
In the hustle and bustle of life, we must take time to escape the noise and distractions surrounding us. In these few precious moments of solitude, as we spend time with God and discover the transformative power of quiet, He wants to reveal His boundless love, peace and wisdom to us.
Jesus calls us to seek the quiet refuge of solitude. Within these moments of intentional retreat, we can truly connect with our heavenly Father. Away from the clamoring voices, the busyness of life and the distractions that compete for our attention, we will find a sacred space where we can connect with the Creator and seek His peace and direction.
Quietness with God brings us peace and renews our strength. Join us at 7:05 Sunday as we seek peace through our Lord.