Today we are looking at a passage that simplifies God’s expectations. That helps us understand what it looks like to worship God daily. Pastor Gaylon Clark begins a new series called “Show Your Love Daily”. His message is entitled “Keep. It. Simple.”.
We are called to worship with our entire bodies. Join us in this message by our Women’s Ministry Leader, Rev. Denise Pierce, as she walks us through the steps it takes to make our worship move.
Rev. Chris Simmons brings a sermon entitled “It’s Your Time”. We were uniquely crafted by the Father. It’s foundational for us to understand that God has knit us for his unique purpose. It’s your Time to Hear, to Believe, and to Obey God’s Word.
Luke 10:38-42 We continue the Show Your Love Series with a look at the story of Mary and Martha. What does worship look like at your house? Are you sitting at Jesus’ feet like Mary? God is sitting in our family room waiting on us to spend time with him.
Pastor Gaylon Clark continues his “Show Your Love” series. His message is entitled “Worship on Earth as It Is in Heaven.” A view of what is happening in heaven will inspire us to praise God even when the life we enjoy has been interrupted.
Psalm 66:1-4 Continuing the “Show Your Love” series, Pastor Gaylon Clark brings his message “Praise-Makers Make the Difference!”. We are to make God’s praise glorious. In other words, be praise-makers. Take ownership for doing your part in making His praise glorious.
Nehemiah 7:73-8:12 Today, Pastor Gaylon Clark continues his “Show Your Love” series with a sermon “Put Some Respeck on My Word”. We show God love when we believe the word of God is the word of God.
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.