As we begin to look at the eight speaking and serving gifts, how do we actually discover our gifts, and then learn how to use them? Today we look at ten practical ways we can do so. To download the Spiritual Gifts Guideline pdf, please click here.
What was the spiritual gift of speaking in tongues actually like in the early Church? What was the purpose for the gift? How was it used during the gathering of the church, and how does that apply to us now? These are the things that we look at during our study of the gift of…
How would people who had never met the apostles or prophets know that they were actually speaking the truths of God? We start looking at how certain gifts were given to support, or verify the truths of God’s spoken Word.
Have you ever thought about how a spiritual gift that God gave to Christians over two thousand years ago has a direct impact on YOU every day?? What could it be? Find out as we discover God’s amazing plan in giving the church spiritual gifts specifically designed to reveal the deep and wonderful truths of…
Our study of spiritual gifts was paused because of the need for Pastor Steve and his family to return to the States for a season. As we return our thoughts to spiritual gifts, we take some time to be reminded of what we’ve already learned.
How do we view our jobs? Chris Koval gives us a biblical perspective of the purpose, and perspective of work.
How does the birth of Jesus over two thousand years ago affect you right now, today? Jesus is described as the grace of God that brings salvation. So how does that impact my past, present and future? Passages used in this sermon: Titus 2:11-14
Emmanuel means “God with us.” The story behind this word reveals the great mission that God had prepared from before time to rescue us.
Today we take the whole first chapter of Ephesians to discover both the glory of God and the abundant grace of God to us. We then see how, through His great power, He is able to let his grace flow through us to others as we respond in faith to his grace to us. Passages…
Jesus took all of our bad and gave us all of His good. He put on himself the wretchedness of our sin, the punishment, the separation of our sin, and gave us his holiness, his relationship with the Father. Passages used in the sermon: 2 Corinthians 5:14-21