Pastor Gaylen & Pastor Chris
Archive of Sunday Sermons
God Can Use Anybody- April 30, 2016 (Part 2 of 8)
God’s number one characteristic throughout the Bible is mercy. His mercy heals broken hearts, reconciles relationships, restores forgotten dreams, and refreshes tired souls. It’s the cure to every insecurity, worry, and fear. This series teaches us how to experience God’s healing mercy, and then offer that same mercy to others around us.
I AM VICTORIOUS 4/9/17 -(Eph 6:10-24)
When was the last time you felt like you got shot—emotionally, relationally, financially, spiritually? What we tend to do in those moments is look up and ask, “God, where are you? I thought you were good.” What we need to know is that it’s not just us and God. There’s a third variable: Satan and his demons. We are in a war. Do you know your enemy? Your king? What weapons are you using to fight?
I Am New- March 26, 2017 (Eph 4:17-24)
When you know who you are, then you know what to do. In Christ, you are new. No longer are you alienated from God. The old is gone; the new has come. Put off the old self and put on the new self. Knowing your new identity in Christ allows you to change how you think, how you act, and what you desire.
The very beginning Audio is missing, but 95% is there.
I AM Gifted- March 19, 2017 (Eph 4:1-16)
To each one of His followers God gives spiritual gifts that are to be cultivated. Some have multiple gifts and different levels of a gift. God gives gifts to equip the saints and build up the body of Christ. Your gift is not your identity, but how are you gifted?
I AM Heard- March 12, 2017 (Eph 3:14-21)
When we pray, we’re talking to our Father. God always answers prayer with: yes, no, or later. Prayer can cause God to act, but oftentimes prayer is to change us. Praying also keeps us from grumbling and gossiping. From Paul’s prayer for his church, we learn that prayer is personal, relational, asking, yearning, expecting, and revealing.