Aug 5, 2020
Limits
Posted by Justice Daniel
Justice Daniel teaches that limits in life are often perceived negatively when they are actually very positive. "The less ways you have to fail, the more likely you are to succeed." There is a difference between our personal convictions and limits. Too often we sacrifice relationships with others on the altar of personal conviction. When we set limits, however, those are for us. We are not imposing them on others. Limit yourself, but don't limit God. 
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  • Aug 5, 2020Limits
    Aug 5, 2020
    Limits
    Posted by Justice Daniel
    Justice Daniel teaches that limits in life are often perceived negatively when they are actually very positive. "The less ways you have to fail, the more likely you are to succeed." There is a difference between our personal convictions and limits. Too often we sacrifice relationships with others on the altar of personal conviction. When we set limits, however, those are for us. We are not imposing them on others. Limit yourself, but don't limit God. 
  • Jul 29, 2020Know the Role Part 2
    Jul 29, 2020
    Know the Role Part 2
    Posted by Adam Jones
    In the second and final session of this series, Adam Jones explains the irony of the government trying to fill the role of the church and the church trying to fill the role of the government. The role of the church is personal and relational. As Christians, we must care about both the government and the church. We must care about them enough that we recognize when one is trying to do the job of the other. When we know what the church is to do, we can make corrections when we see things in our culture that are out of order.
  • Jul 26, 2020A Relationship with God Part 8
    Jul 26, 2020
    A Relationship with God Part 8
    Posted by Ashley Ellison
    In Mark 11, we read of the fig tree that appeared on the outside to be good for fruit; however, it did not produce. Pastor Ashley uses this example to show us that as Christians we are created to produce, and when we don't, we are violating the intent of our creator. Jesus spoke to the fig tree and it died immediately at its roots. In like manner, we should be speaking to those things in our lives that are not producing according to God's will for our lives. Too often we speak to God about our problems when He has instructed us to use the Law of Faith to speak to our problems directly.
  • Jul 22, 2020Know the Role
    Jul 22, 2020
    Know the Role
    Posted by Adam Jones
    Adam Jones teaches the role of government and the role of the church. As members of the church, what is our Biblical duty to the community in which we live. Adam gives us practical steps to live our Christianity out loud in our communities without compromising our values.
  • Jul 19, 2020Why GO to Church
    Jul 19, 2020
    Why GO to Church
    Posted by Tim Brooks
    Senior Pastor Tim Brooks from Christian Ministries Church in Hot Springs, Arkansas, challenges us with the question, "Why go to church?" In a time when churches are being discouraged and, in some cases, even banned from meeting, is it really that big of a deal to meet in person? After all, online church is church, right? It's definitely more convenient and less time consuming. Please listen as Pastor Tim breaks it down and powerfully reminds us why in-person church is not just better, but neccessary for the Christian.
  • Jul 15, 2020I’m Gonna Tell My Mom
    Jul 15, 2020
    I’m Gonna Tell My Mom
    Posted by Tim Brooks
    In this message, Deann Daniel shows us how understanding our covenant with God helps us to have an intimate relationship with Him. It's through that deep connection with our Heavenly Father that we gain confidence to overcome every obstacle. Listen now to, "I'm Gonna Tell My Mom!"
  • Jul 12, 2020A Relationship With God Part 7
    Jul 12, 2020
    A Relationship With God Part 7
    Posted by Ashley Ellison
    Would heaven be inviting to you if you had could have everyone and everything that you loved and held dear here on the earth except for Christ? Pastor Ashley teaches in Part 7 of A Relationship with God series that without Christ we would never have had the blessings in our lives to begin with. He is our ultimate goal, and when we cultivate a relationship with Him through gratitude, we will not desire anyone or anything more than we desire Him.
  • Jul 8, 2020A Relationship With God Part 6
    Jul 8, 2020
    A Relationship With God Part 6
    Posted by Ashley Ellison
    In Part 6 of our A Right Relationship with God series, Pastor Ashley teaches how to pray for others when their own free will is at odds with what we are praying for them. We all have friends/family that need to be saved or who are making bad choices. What do you do when you can't override their own desires? How do you pray for them? Is there any point in praying for them? Listen as Pastor Ashley gives honest, Biblical answers to those questions that so many have.
  • Jul 5, 2020A Relationship with God Part 5
    Jul 5, 2020
    A Relationship with God Part 5
    Posted by Ashley Ellison
    Pastor Ashley teaches us to rightly divide the passage in Luke 11:5-8, which many have taught as a comparison to God when it is, in fact, a contrast. We do not have to beg God for things that He not only desires to give, but has already given. In the Old Testament, great men like Moses and Abraham had to serve as mediators between God and man; however, today we have Christ as our mediator. He is always advocating on our behalf, but it is our job to position ourselves to receive whatever it is that we are asking for.
  • Jul 1, 2020Getting Real Part 2: The Fear of God
    Jul 1, 2020
    Getting Real Part 2: The Fear of God
    Melanie Bertoglio finishes this two-part message by reminding us that we are to love every aspect of God's character. He is loving, merciful, and forgiving; but He is also holy, righteous, and just. We are instructed to live in the "fear of God," and the evidence of that is obedience.