It has been said that everyone has about 10,000 thoughts a day come through their brain. That's a lot! These thoughts can be about just about anything. The question is "What are we going to do with them?" In Philippians 4, Paul encourages us to take all of our thoughts to God through prayer. Listen in as Pastor David teaches on achieving peace through prayer.
Few things can bring as much joy as when God's people unite to bring glory to His name. It's an amazing sight to see, but the Enemy want nothing more than to prevent that from happening. We have to be careful to be a peace with our brothers and sisters and fight the enemy's attempts to divide us. Listen in as Pastor David teaches from Philippians 4.
God's Word is clear: He is to be so important us that everything else pales in comparison. It's also clear that when we do this, our joy cannot be shaken. Listen in as Pastor David preaches from Philipians 3 in the message titled "Count is Loss."
We often think that we have to be strong and put a lot of pressure on ourselves to meet certain expectations. With Christ, though, the expectation is to simply lean on Him. Listen in as Pastor David continues teaching from Philippians in our "Living Joy" series.
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."
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.