The words we hear and the words we speak are an undeniable force in our lives. They have the ability to lift us up, carry us through, and empower us to make a lasting difference. But some words carry more weight than others.
It Won’t End Like This
April 12, 2020
Easter 2020 is one that we will never forget. We are in the middle of a global pandemic. The entire world is full of confusion, fear, and darkness, but the message of Easter is not absent of pain and suffering. You can’t have a resurrection without a cross, but the glory of the resurrection far out ways the pain of the cross. Jesus is alive!
While It’s Still Dark
April 5, 2020
Right now for mostly every American we are feeling like we are surrounded by darkness, and it is seemingly getting darker everyday. If we are not careful we can allow the darkness around us to begin to sink into our souls. The darkest day we read about in scripture happened at Calvary, when Jesus spoke the words, “It is finished.” Most people thought that meant Jesus was finished, as He breathed His last breath. But what seemed like defeat actually was a set up for victory. Don’t miss this sermon on the last words of Jesus titled, “While It’s Still Dark.”
Identity in Crisis
March 29, 2020
On the cross, Jesus experienced so much physical pain. He was whipped, beaten, and His hands and feet were nailed to a tree, but I would argue the most painful thing Jesus endured on the cross was being abandoned by His Father. Abandonment is something we have all faced on one level or another. Psychologists say abandonment creates an identity crisis in a person, and is the root cause of much of the dysfunction in our lives. This message titled “IDENTITY IN CRISIS” will powerfully show you, through the cross, how to find that hope you have desperately been searching for.
March 22, 2020
Inside all of us there is a thirst for something. A deep longing to fill our lives with purpose and meaning. We chase the world and all the wells it has to offer but our own pursuits always fall short, never quenching our thirst. In this message Pastor Isaac shares about the moment Jesus forever became our thirst quencher.
Give & Take
March 15, 2020
The 3rd word Jesus spoke from the cross was in the context of our relationships. The greatest pain and greatest pleasures of your life will be experienced in the context of relationship. On the cross, Jesus gives us the secret to having a loving relationship with God and also with those around us every day.
March 8, 2020
What you focus on will dictate the direction you go. So often we can find ourselves focused on the wrong stuff. This message from guest speaker Anthony Telford titled “Today” will show you, through the words of Jesus, how to find the right focus.
Tear It Up
March 1, 2020
It has been said that when the pressure is on you, you find out what a person is truly made of. What is in you will show. We see this as Jesus hung on the cross. In the most painful and intense moment of His 33 year old life, He spoke a word of FORGIVENESS. This message titled “Tear it up” will deal with the 1st of seven phrases Jesus spoke from the cross. When He said, “FATHER FORGIVE THEM FOR THEY KNOW NOT WHAT THEY ARE DOING.”