This week, our guest speaker, Luke Whyte, shared with us about finding margin in our schedule. He encouraged us from Ephesians 5 in how to make space for Jesus in the midst of a busy life.
In this week’s sermon, Pastor Jamey Miller finished up our series on “The Life-Giving Church” by sharing about the “Overcoming Church”. In this message, he encouraged us that the overcoming church learns to overcome obstacles while following Jesus for the long haul.
Lead pastor, Jamey Miller, continued our series on “The Life-Giving Church” as he shared on the “Reproducing Church” out of Acts 11 and 13. He discussed how God is calling us to be a life-giving, multiplying, and reproducing church that truly shows the life of Jesus Christ.
Pastor Jamey Miller continued our sermon series on “The Life-Giving Church” as he shared on the church as “A House of Prayer”. In this message, we learned about how God is inviting us to a lifestyle of prayer together that facilitates relationship (with God and others) and expresses the will of heaven on earth.
Pastor Jamey Miller continues the series of The Life-Giving Church with a sermon on experiencing the church talked about in Acts chapter two.
Executive Pastor, Micah Scharchburg continued our series on “The Life-Giving Church” as he shared with us about Christ’s life in the church. He shared with us about how Jesus has invited us to participate in His eternal purposes by building a kingdom community known as the church.
The Life-Giving Church – the people of God marked by the life, love, joy, and mission of Jesus…like the church we read about in the book of Acts. But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to…
Lead Pastor, Jamey Miller, led us this morning in describing the church found in the book of Acts and how that reflects our desire as a church to bear witness and point to Jesus with our whole lives. This is the first message in a new series called, “The Life-Giving Church”
For you know the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, that though he was rich, yet for your sakes he became poor, so that you through his poverty might become rich.–2 Corinthians 8:9 (NIV) *Why is learning generosity so hard? * Remember this: Whoever sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and whoever sows generously will…