Exodus 3:1-10 To show your love to God in worship, you have to enter the sanctuary, i.e. family room like it is a special place. We may have to enter this room in a way that is different than we have before. This is holy ground! God is here and we must honor him by taking off our shoes in …
Pastor Clark continues the Show Your Love series by reminding us that God expects his children to talk to him in public worship. God is saying to us, “Don’t give me the silent treatment in the sanctuary!” We are here to chop it up with God at church.
Pastor Gaylon Clark begins a new series called “Show Your Love”. His message today is entitled “Full Body Worship”. There is a physicality to worshiping God. When we come together in worship, God is listening to our bodies. What is your body saying about your love for God?
Pastor Vecente’ Coatney brings a sermon entitled “Praise is What I Do”. We often think about how good God has been to us. An incredible God deserves and incredible praise. He teaches from Psalm 34 that unceasing praise is the only appropriate response we have to give to God for His unfailing providence, power, and protection.
Women’s Ministry Leader, Rev. Denise Pierce’s, message is entitled “First Things First”. Her sermon comes from the book of Esther. Although this book is about Esther whose story is absolutely incredible, today’s focus is on Queen Vashti.
Men’s Ministry Leader, Rev. DeVry Anderson, brings the message entitled “The Lord of The Break Through”. The term breakthrough really has three different functional definitions. Rev. DeVry illustrates that breakthroughs are about us, as Christians, aligning our wills and purposes with God’s will and purpose for our lives.
Guest Preacher Pastor Jeremy Upton brings the sermon “Building a Resilient Faith”. We have to develop a resilience in our faith. The more pressure we face, the stronger our faith gets.
Pastor Vecente’ Coatney brings a sermon entitled “Winning the War Over Worry”. We win the war over worry when we maintain a posture of praise, make prayer our highest priority, and are motivated by the promise of peace.
The Grace and Race series finale! This sermon is entitled “I Have a Dream”. God wants to use you and me to reach those of another race. What we do for others is of immense significance!
Our next sermon in the Grace & Race series is entitled “Invisible Walls”. As human beings we are good at building walls – economic walls, gender walls, educational walls and, yes, racial walls. But when Jesus died, he tore down the walls that divide us. We are all sharing the same bloodline now, the blood of Jesus. We all are …