Pastor Clark teaches that Jesus as the Lamb of God died in our place and we must trust him for forgiveness. John 1:29-34
As the Word, Jesus is the primary way God communicates to us, through Jesus God shares his love, his plan and tells us who he is. What matters most to God is conveyed through the life and teaching of his Son, Jesus Christ. Jesus is the Living Bible!
We are called to be God’s hands and feet in the world, now is the time for us to accept the challenge to be the messengers of change in our families and circles of influence. Trusting God over our fears to put our faith into action.
When we have Christ, we have everything that we need. Pastor Coatney begins a new sermon series titled Restart with Jesus.
Pastor Vecente’ Coatney II continues the Fight for Your Life series with a sermon entitled “Lessons from Jesus’ Fight”. Jesus teaches us that no matter what temptation(s) we face, we can live with victory over temptation.
Rev. Denise Pierce starts a new series entitled “Fight For Your Life” stressing that for us to grow spiritually, we must get stronger in our ability to fight temptation.
“What’s Your Vision?”. What we see today determines where we will be tomorrow! And the reality is often greater than the dream. Today we are talking about the vision of impactful service for Christ. Hebrews 5:11-6:1
Today, Pastor Gaylon Clark brings a sermon entitled “Choice to Rejoice”. He shares a passage where Paul is urging us to choose joy wherever we are. Paul was not urging us to do something he could not do himself. He was not asking us to do the impossible or pretend to be okay when we are not, but to rejoice.
The work we put in, the commitment to learning, the sacrifices we make, the spiritual disciplines we engage, the challenges we embrace are our Training Camp. They determine whether or not we will live a championship life.
Men’s Ministry Leader, Rev. DeVry Anderson. His sermon is entitled “Are You Focused?”. We look at the bible story where Jesus healing the blind man. Similar to the blind man, this is how it is with us a lot of the time. We are in the presence of God, and yet somehow the healing change that we need, the restoration …