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 …
Happy Mother’s Day! Alysia Friday brings the message entitled “But I Had a Praying…”. She teaches us the importance of prayer. It changes our posture and our hearts. When we pray to God, He hears, and He answers our prayers.
Today, Pastor Vecente’ Coatney II continues the Prayer Lives Matter series with a message entitled “Pursuing God’s Promises Through Prayer”. He teaches us that we should pray boldly, persistently, and expectantly in pursuit of God’s promises.
1 Timothy 2:1-8 Rev. Chris Simmons continues the Prayer Lives Matter series with a message entitled “What Happens Here Changes the World”. In his sermon he discusses the importance of prayer for all, also more explicitly, for those who are in leadership.
2 Chronicles 7:14 Student Pastor Dejon Campbell kicks off a new sermon series called Prayer Lives Matter with a message about confession and its impact on our ability to communicate with God. There is a model we can follow to get back on track with our faith walk and it starts with recognizing who God made us to be.
1 Corinthians 15:1-15 Pastor Gaylon Clark continues the series called “When the Church Leaves the Building”. Today’s sermon is entitled “Turn Up the Sound”. It is not enough for people to see the footage of our lives. They need the sound to understand what they see. Even if we give the quality footage of the Christian life, they need the …
Colossians 4:5-6 In this message Pastor Coatney challenges us as believers to leverage the time and interactions around us to share our faith. To walk in wisdom as God gives us the words to showcase how great our God is to those who may not know Him.
Exodus 3 -4 Pastor Gaylon Clark continues the series called “When the Church Leaves the Building” with the message “Please Get Somebody Else”. What do we do after the closing prayer on Sunday? Having gathered with the saved on Sunday, how do we partner with God in witnessing to the unsaved the rest of the week? Moses is a good …
Psalm 46 Sometimes God will place you in a circumstance where you will feel like you are ‘stuck in the mud’. Pastor Clark helps us understand how you can ‘wait’, while you are waiting.
Lead Pastor Gaylon Clark continues the series entitled Coming Out of the Darkness with his sermon “Come Clean”. For many of us, the greatest source of adversity in our lives is persistent sin. We underestimate how much of our hurt and hardship is the result of our bad choices.