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In this message, guest speaker, Pastor Dobie Weasel, takes us through Acts chapters 12 and 13. Throughout the book of Acts, Luke documents the works of the Holy Spirit that were demonstrated through His people. These people of Prayer, of Word and of Spirit, were filled, led and empowered by the Holy Spirit. Today, God continues to look for people o…
 
Imagine two chairs sitting side by side. You sit in one and in the other chair sits Jesus. He looks over to you, His friend, and says "You know how much I love you, and how I show you?" A smile comes across our face as we nod "Yes Lord, we know!". Then he adds, "That's how I want you to love others...doing this makes you my friend". Do we still hav…
 
What happens when the Lord shows up? In today’s sermon, Pastor Jamey continues in our new series, “Movement”, by looking at the miraculous conversion of Saul (later Paul) on the road to Damascus. We start in the book of Acts and continue into Galatians, along the way we see that every one of us has a backstory and no-one is beyond the reach of God’…
 
The world needs to see Jesus now more than ever: that includes what we, as Christians, show those who are looking in from the outside. In the second part of our new series, “Movement,” Pastor Jamey walks us through the book of Acts and how spirit-filled boldness by ordinary men affected the early church and continues today. In Acts 4:13, we see Pet…
 
Today is the first sermon in a new series where we discover the biggest Movement that the world has ever known. Join us in the first two chapters of Acts, where we see the Movement beginning with Jesus and His disciples. Although the Movement begins with Jesus, it continues with us, the Church. As we come to know Him, Jesus provides us the power ne…
 
Today, we come to the final message in the Red Letter series. In Matthew 28, Jesus is talking with the disciples, giving them a commission to follow through the end of their lives. He commands them to go and make disciples of all the nations. Often times, we make this too difficult, when it is as simple as living out our lives with another group of…
 
This week Pastor Jamey walks through John 8 and Matthew 18. As we follow Jesus spreading his ministry, we encounter, yet again, religious leaders attempting to trap Jesus; however, Jesus’ love will not be stopped. In this passage we learn how to handle conflict in the church and we learn a pattern of how to use it to build relationships and build u…
 
Today's focus is on two of Jesus's disciples, James and John, the Sons of Zebedee (a.k.a. the Sons of Thunder). We start, in Luke 9:51 - 56, when Jesus, James and John are preparing to head to a Samaritan village. The local villagers did not welcome Jesus and in response, James and John want to call fire down from heaven on the Samaritan village. J…
 
Today we are joined by a special guest, Billy Willis. Billy and his wife, Katy, are missionaries with Youth Alive Illinois. Did you know that our average human life span is 72.5 years. By the time most kids start high school, 20% of their life is already spent. Psalm 90:12 says Teach us to realize the brevity of life, so that we may grow in wisdom.…
 
In this message of the Red Letter series, we delve into a sermon that Jesus is delivering from a hill in northern Israel. We look at Matthew 5, where He is defining a series of eight blessings, commonly referred to as the Beatitudes. For most of us, the Good Life would be defined as: life on a beach, no debt, living happily ever after. Jesus's defi…
 
In today's message, we continue the Red Letters Series, returning to the story of the Prodigal Son. This time, we shift the focus from the prodigal son, to his brother, in Luke 15:25-32. When the prodigal son returns, his brother is angry at how his father unconditionally accepts the wayward son. In his response to his father, he recounts the many …
 
During week nine of our Red Letter Series, we return to the story of the Prodigal Son in Luke 15:20-24. This time, we bring focus to the wayward son's return to his father. In the distance, his father sees him and immediately runs to embrace and kiss him. He doesn't pepper him with questions, nor does he demand restitution. Instead, he calls for a …
 
In week 8 of the Red Letter series, we find ourselves in Luke 15:11-20, where Jesus is telling the story of the Prodigal Son. We focus on a young man, sitting in a pigsty, longing to eat what he is feeding the pigs. At that moment he realizes that there is a much better life available, if he will return to his father. Likewise, we may find ourselve…
 
Today, in week 7 of our Red Letter series, our Top Two Pastors zoom into a conversation between Jesus and his twelve disciples in Mark 6:6-13. In the conversation, he instructs the disciples to go out, two by two, telling everyone to repent of their sins and to turn to God. Jesus sends them out with His authority. He doesn't require them to get thi…
 
Red Letter Series As we continue to look at the words of Jesus, we bring the spotlight to John 5:1-15, where Jesus seeks out a man who has been unable to walk for 38 years. Jesus asks the man, "Do you want to be healed?". As the man provides Jesus with excuses as to why he hasn't been healed, Jesus says "Get up, take up your bed, and walk." With th…
 
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