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Pastor John shows us that the Christ in the New Testament is the YHWH in the Old Testament. This is important because the mission of God has never and will never change to His people.
As Pastor John finished out our “What Does God Want From Me?” series, he takes a look at glorifying God. God will be glorified by His creation, if we don’t, the rest of creation will. He gives us 3 simple steps when it comes to glorifying God. Do you glorify God in your every day life?
In week 6 of our summer series, Pastor John remind us that God wants us to obey Him. When we know God, we will trust God. When we trust God, we will love God. When we love God, we will obey Him. We are also shown that both obedience and disobedience are lifestyles. Which one describes your life?
Continuing our “What Does God Want From Me?” series, Pastor Scott breaks down Deuteronomy 6:4-5 and see we are called to love God. There are 3 different distinct words in these verse that describe the kind of love God calls from us. He also breaks down the distinction between an admiring connection and a deep rooted relationship with our relationship with God. Do you love God with all your heart, all your soul, and all your might?
As we continue our “What Does God Want From Me” series, Pastor John reminds us that God wants us to love Him. There is are 2 main reasons why our love for God cools and we need to be aware of what they are. Do you love God with your entire being?
As we continue our series, “What Does God Want From Me”, Pastor John preaches about faith. With looking back to last week, we see that God wants a real faith from us. That real faith consists of hearing, believing and then acting. Do you have the ears to hear?
Guest Speaker, Nick Parish, kicks off our “What Does God Want From Me?” series with dealing with faith. Do you know the difference between faith and sight? Which one dictates your daily actions?
Have you every thought about the question, “What do you want from God?” Whether we admit it or not, we ask this question often in our lives and we have expectations on God.
For our Father’s Day service, our pastors John and Scott Hadley give our Fathers a challenging message on be involved in their children’s spiritual lives. Challenging them to be present and aware in their spiritual development. But also reminding us that even if our earthly father isn’t involved, we have a heavenly father who loves us more then we can imagine.
As summer has kicked off, Pastor John reminds parents and us of 3 things every child needs in their life. If these are brought in a child’s life at a young age, it sets them up to succeed in life.