As we take a look at Joseph's life from the book of Genesis, we notice that if anyone had reason to complain of life being unfair, it would have been Joseph. He was sold as a slave by his brothers, falsely accused and imprisoned. Today Pastor Mike shows us how to apply the story of Joseph's life to our own circumstances in part two of "Overwhelmed: When Life Feels Unfair."
No one is immune to suffering, yet when troubles arise and our hearts become overwhelmed and without strength, we cry out to God to lead us to a safe and secure place. Pastor Mike begins a new sermon series called, "Overwhelmed: When Difficulty Disrupts" and will walk us through 5 beliefs to embrace during our time of suffering.
Church has changed over the past year. We have different ways of "doing church" and have created different avenues of ministry in order for people to feel connected with one another during the days of COVID isolation. Although our methods have changed, one thing has not…THE Church. Join us as Pastor Mike talks about "The State of the Church."
If we claim to share a life with Christ and yet continue to walk in darkness, we're fooling ourselves and not living the truth. When this happens, we become consumed with guilt. So how do we get off of the guilt trip in order to live a life complete and full of joy? Pastor Mike will wrap up this sermon series, "Will 2020 Ever End?" by showing the steps to take when we feel beaten up by guilt.
Jesus said, "Come to Me, all who are weary and heavy-laden, and I will give you rest." So where do we go when we feel beaten sideways by spiritual fatigue? The answer is always Jesus. This week Pastor Mike will be talking about finding rest for your soul in the series, "Will 2020 Ever End?"
Pastor Mike begins a new series and addresses the question that so many people have asked over the past few months, "Will 2020 Ever End?" We will take a look at the story of Elijah where Pastor Mike will take us through some steps in how to respond when we feel beaten down by discouragement.
Jesus said, "Follow Me, and I will make you fishers of men." Once you accept that call you are accepting the call to be a disciple of Jesus Christ and at that point, your life is changed. In fact, "Life-Changing is an Understatement." Join us today as Pastor Clint addresses the subject of discipleship and the beautiful transformation that takes place when we surrender our lives to Christ.
In Ephesians 5, Paul communicates to husbands and wives as to how they are to treat each other. Husbands are to love their wives in the same way they love and care for their own bodies and wives should respect their husbands. As Pastor Mike wraps up this sermon series, "Redeeming the Time," he continues the idea of making the most of every opportunity by walking together in love and respect for one another in marriage.