Speaker: Multiple Speakers May 29, 2016 - Jun 26, 2016
There are 66 books and 31,102 verses in the entire Bible. Every one of them is alive, active, and carries the potential to change our lives. To give us hope. To introduce us of the very God whose Spirit comes awake on the pages of His Word. The only question is—what’s your verse?!
Over the course of the the Your Verse series, you will hear from different speakers who will share their verse and the impact it has had on their life.
Speaker: Frank Lucas May 29, 2016
To live life to the fullest we need to take a moment to Be Still... to remember what we know to be true about God, to remember where He has been at work in our lives, and to remember that there is purpose in our pain. When we practice these three things we will find rest, comfort, and peace in being still and knowing that He is God!
Speaker: Brandon Lemois Jun 5, 2016
The story of the Bible informs everything we do as a church. This week Pastor Brandon shows us how “Praying For One” helps us become more like Jesus as we help other people become more like Jesus. Though this we 1. Connect with God (worship) 2. Connect with others (community) 3. Connect with World (Mission). In order to be the church described in Acts 2 we must be vibrant in all three areas, and when we are – we will see Lives Changed By Christ!
Speaker: Ron Ware Jun 12, 2016
In this message, Elder Ron Ware shares with us how John 14.12 "Very truly I tell you, whoever believes in me will do the works I have been doing, and they will do even greater things than these, because I am going to the Father." has impacted his life and helped him live with the Holy Spirit inside of him, by taking a moment to remember, to experience God in our lives, and to seek Him daily.
We believe that Prayer is powerful and can change the world – not just for today but for generations to come. We believe that lives and whole communities are changed forever when we lift up our needs to God in prayer. Please let us know if there is something you would like us to pray for.
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