Pastor Coatney helps us cope with the unprecedented season that we are in. He challenges us to keep praying and praising God in the midst of your struggle. Psalm 88
There are seasons in our lives where we feel stuck and can’t figure out how to get out. Rev. Keiko Anderson helps us by looking at Peter and interaction with someone who was stuck to identify the 5 keys to getting unstuck. Acts 9:32-35
You were created to connect with Christ during this season of quarantine and it is even more important for us to remember how powerful this connection can be. Pastor Coatney helps us to reflect on the various aspects of our relationship with the Lord as we abide in Him. Parable of the vine John 15.
Jesus came to earth as savior but chose to serve those he interacted with. We can look to Jesus as our model for how to showcase love and compassion to our neighbors.
At the end of our lives we will be remembered by the words we chose to speak and the actions we chose to take. As we look at John 17, we are reminded of the specific words Jesus chose to use to speak to those in his time and to us 2,000+ years later. In His farewell address, Jesus chose …
Many times in our lives we want to wait for the perfect circumstances to move forward on what God wants for us, guest minister Rashawn Copeland joins us and reminds us that where you are, right now, is exactly where God wants you to start.
Pastor Vecente Coatney brings today’s sermon “Help From the Holy Spirit”. Jesus wants us to know that in order to become all that God desires and destines us to be, it requires that we rely on the help that comes from the Holy Spirit.
Jesus calls himself the Good Shepherd, he is a shepherd like his Father. This indicates his Oneness with the Heavenly Father, it points to his divine nature and that he is God’s chosen leader for our lives.
Join us today as we hear from our guest speakers, Emmanuel Acho and Worship Pastor of Relentless Church, Todd Galberth, as we celebrate Father’s Day.
During times of stress, anger, and frustration praying often isn’t our first resort. Pastor Coatney reminds us of the peace and power connected to our prayers.