Have you ever tried to escape from your CALLING? Many times when we hear the calling of God, we see it as an interruption and not an invitation. Even in those moments the grace of God will always be there to correct, protect, and redirect us back into His will for our lives. This sermon titled, “Falling from your calling” will help you understand, through the life of Jonah how God redirected us back into our calling.
One of the most dibilitating forces many people face on a daily basis is depression. Millions of Americans deal with depression on a daily basis. These battle are not with others, they are the battles within our own minds. This sermon titled "HOT MESS" will look at biblical principles that can help us win the battles within.
Have you put your hope in the way God carries you through difficult seasons, or that God will carry you through difficult seasons? We live in a time when so many people are filled with fear and frustration and anxiety because things didn’t turn out the way they expected.This sermon from our Escape Room Series will help you learn to put your faith in “WHO” is going to carry you through, and it probably won’t happen the way you expected.
Every day people are longing to escape from physical boundaries such as poverty, injustice, handicaps or generational curses. While other are facing mental or emotional barriers that are limiting and restricting them to live a life of freedom. One of the most demoralizing struggles we face is feeling restricted and bound by our current reality. What are you trying to escape from? Even though you feel trapped, our God is faithful and always provides you a way to break free and escape from what ever binds and restricts you. 1 Corinthians 10:13
Guest Pastor Shawn Hyland and his wife Glennys share their testimony. Trust and Obey.
Have you ever been disappointed by God? Has God ever seemed absent in what seems to be your greatest moment of need? Those can be some of the most challenging moments for us and our families. Jesus speaks directly to those who have experienced those moments in John chapter 11. This is the conclusion of our “I am” series with a sermon titled “EVEN NOW”.