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Gary Wilkerson 5.3.15

Pastor Gary continues our "Jesus Is" series discussing Jesus' desire to guide us through life. Life decisions and plans can be overwhelming. Without the right guide we can end up at the wrong destination. Our Chief Shepard, Jesus, is always at hand desiring to guide us to His desired destination. Instead of going to "hirelings" we can come directly to Him. Daily gleaning from Him all the help and wisdom we need.

Carter Conlon 5.3.15

We are living in a season of social and political confusion. This is all happening because we have redefined Jesus. When we redefine Christ we open an alternate door for people to receive an alternate Christ while holding on to their lusts. Our prayers will remain ineffective until we realize the promise of life in us is for others first and us second. We are blessed by God to be a blessing to the world.

Michael Petillo 4.26.15

Pastor Michael Petillo continues our "Jesus Is" sermon series talking about the process God takes us through when his healing power is at work in our life. When we pray, things sometimes appear to get worse. Is God mocking us? No, he's waiting for all dependence on human strength to run out, so that we are left with only a word from him. Will we trust him and walk in obedience—leading to a greater revelation of Jesus? Or will we stagnate in anger and bitterness over the process? When we simply trust him and obey, Christ fulfills his healing work, and God alone receives the glory.

Carter Conlon 4.26.15

There are some things that God Himself has to work in us through a personal experience. In the wilderness God refines our character. We learn to depend on God’s strength, and a deep trust is being produced to stand still and stay quiet, because we understand God is fighting for us. You will come out of the wilderness leaning on Jesus and empowered by the Spirit.

Gary Wilkerson 4.19.15

Pastor Gary Wilkerson continues our "Jesus Is" sermon series talking about the transforming power of Jesus. Through the story of the woman caught in adultery we see how Jesus transforms an audience, the accused and their accusers. He turns sideline spectators into fully engaged Kingdom activists. Through his forgiveness, the accused become the accepted. And the accusers are absent when the authority of Christ is present. Church, let's put down accusing stones and pick up atoning grace.

Carter Conlon 4.19.15

When we come to Jesus Christ it doesn’t mean we are exempt from suffering. Jesus shows us many examples where suffering can be part of the gospel. In Christ we are guaranteed the victory because He crossed that line into eternity. As long as we are in the world, we must not forget we still have to fight for the honor and testimony of Jesus Christ.

Gary Wilkerson 4.12.15

In John 7, we see that Jesus tells those who are thirsty to come to him. He in essence was saying that if you need refreshing and are tired of the old things in your life, he is the answer. We will not only receive refreshing but will have the refreshing waters overflow in our lives. There can be hindrances of unbelief, grumbling and fear to refreshing in our lives. But Jesus intends the rivers to flow in to and out of our heart in abundance—rivers of faith instead of unbelief, praise instead of grumbling and boldness instead of fear.

Carter Conlon 4.12.15

God wants to give His people a calm assurance to be able to speak to those who lost their way. We have to be able to explain to hurting people that suffering through darkness and sorrow does not mean that we have lost the battle. Let’s ask God to help us speak words of confidence and comfort to those who are downcast and discouraged.

Gary Wilkerson 4.5.15

Jesus invites us into resurrection life. Don't be like John who looked but did not enter in. Don't be like Mary who felt like an outsider looking in. Don't be like Thomas who allowed doubt to keep him out. Jesus invites us to be all in!

William Carrol 4.5.15

This is a message for those of you who are crushed with disappointment to the point that your hope died. Jesus wants to tenderly get you back to simply loving Him just for Him and He want you to understand He loves you just for you. Today is a good day to fall in love with Jesus all over again.

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