After Easter and a special guest speaker, we are back in our "Living Joy" series as we study through Philippians. In Chapter 2, Paul implores the Church to stop thinking so much about themselves. It's amazing what Christ can accomplish through His body when we are focused on loving others. Listen in as Pastor David brings this message "An Encouraging Life."
In Duetoronomy 6, God implores the people of Israel to talk to their family and friends about what He had done. Even though this is an Old Testament passage it is still applicable today. Listen in as one of our Elders, Ted Hinzman, teaches about being a witness to all whom you come in contact with.
Our Lord is risen and now He wants to give you His life. On this day, millions of believers around the world are gathering to celebrate this fact: God gives mercy to the thousands. Listen in as Pastor David brings this special Easter message from 1 Corinthians 15.
Paul writes "yet, I will continue to rejoice" while in the midst of a terrible trial. How can we have that perspective? The answer lies within the power of the Gospel. Listen in as Pastor David continues to teach through Philippians.
God's Word tells us that God looks at our hearts. He see right though the masks that we put on, so there is no reason in coming to Him with "fake" feelings. He promises to be our strength and our joy, but we must trade our ways for His. Listen in as Pastor David teaches from Philippians 1.
Many people is this world are so focused on their circumstances that they completely miss the point of having joy. Joy transcends circumstances. Paul wrote the "book of Joy" from a jail cell. How is it that someone can rejoice from a jail cell? Listen in as Pastor David starts our new series from Philippians.
We are very familiar with the importance of putting on the "Armor of God", but we often forget the first step: living is the power of His might. It's not about what we can do, but about what God is able to do through us. Listen in as Pastor David talks about how to stand in the battle froom Ephesians 6.
No one is affected by the way we choose to live more so than our families. That is why in Ephesians 5 we read that we should all submit to one another and put others before ourselves. Can you imagine if we all did that within our families? Listen in as Pastor David teaches about being Spirit filled within your family.
When someone comes to know Christ, there is a stark contrast between he/she lived before and the way they live now. The Apostle Paul describes this as coming out of the darkness and becoming a "child of light." Listen in as Pastor David expounds on this passage from Ephesians 5.
Even after we come to know Christ our flesh can still get in the way of loving one another. That is way in Ephesians 5 the Apostle Paul implores believers to put away the flesh and to truly strive to love one another. Listen in as Pastor David expounds on how and why we should always work to love.
Only God can turn a prideful nine year old boy into a humble servant. Our faith family has been blessed by Jack Denmark for many years, so it was great to hear him give testimony to the Lord's faithfulness in his life. Listen in as Jack tell us his story of going from legalism to knowing Christ and being a servant in Zambia.
When you take a look at the world around us, you will see mostly darkness, greed and ignorance. If we aren't careful, it would be very easy to give ourselves over to those things. But God provides for us to be made new and to seek after goodnes, mercy and kindness in all things. Listen in as Pastor David teaches from Ephesians chapter 4.
ometimes there can be conflict between family, because family are the ones who know us the best and they know our worst flaws. This not only applies to family, but sometimes it even happens within the church. Paul knew this, so he called for unity in the church and encourages the church at Ephesus to be "one." Listen in as Pastor David brings this unifying message from Ephesians 4.
Sometimes there can be conflict between family, because family are the ones who know us the best and they know our worst flaws. This not only applies to family, but sometimes it even happens within the church. Paul knew this, so he called for unity in the church and encourages the church at Ephesus to be "one." Listen in as Pastor David brings this unifying message from Ephesians 4.
God does not promise us that we will never face anything hard if we will follow Him. In fact, God sometimes chooses to put us through tough things so that we may be sanctified to become more like him. However, God does promise he will be a stream in the middle of the desert for those who seek after Him. Listen in as Pastor David brings this New Year's message.
We all know that Christmas is about so much more than getting gifts or decorating a tree, but do we really understand what the coming of Christ really means? Throughout the Christmas story, Mary, Joseph and others were told to "fear not" because God was with them. Listen in as Pastor David brings us this Christmas Message.
One thing is certain: God never lets the frailty of man get in the way of His sovereign plan. This is particularly true in the case of Jesus's birth. Even though Mary, Joseph and many others were not rich or perfect, God chose them to carry out His plan so that He could reach the whole world with His grace. Listen in as Pastor David teaches from Luke chapter 1.
Our identity is rooted in who God is because we are made in His image. Pastor David has a timely message from Old Testament prophecy of who God is and it all point toward the birth a Jesus. He is Wonderful, Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, and the Prince of Peace. Listen in to this Christmas message from Isaiah 9.
Paul's prayer for the church at Ephesus is probably one of the most know passages of scripture. In this passage Paul explains that God's purpose for believers is to know and live in love of Christ. Evenmore, this prayer is a great example of how we should pursue Christ and His love daily. Listen in as Pastor David preaches from Epheasians 3.
As sinners, there should be nothing we should be more grateful for than our Saviour. The best way to be grateful for God is to understand His benefits. The Psalms are packed with thankfulness for God and list many of His attributes which benefit us greatly. Listen in as Pastor David gives this Thanksgiving message from Psalm 103.