Mar 27, 2020
What’s In Between
Posted by Ashley Ellison
The space separating where you were from where you are going...the in-between. Pastor Ashley uses the passage from Exodus 15 to show us that victory is coming and we have each been given a measure of something to rejoice about. Our job in the "in-between is to listen, do right, and obey.
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  • Mar 27, 2020What’s In Between
    Mar 27, 2020
    What’s In Between
    Posted by Ashley Ellison
    The space separating where you were from where you are going...the in-between. Pastor Ashley uses the passage from Exodus 15 to show us that victory is coming and we have each been given a measure of something to rejoice about. Our job in the "in-between is to listen, do right, and obey.
  • Mar 25, 2020Colossians Part 6
    Mar 25, 2020
    Colossians Part 6
    Posted by Ashley Ellison
    Pastor Ashley continues our study of Colossians and encourages us through the words of the Apostle Paul to continue growing in the Lord.
  • Mar 8, 2020Position Yourself
    Mar 8, 2020
    Position Yourself
    Posted by Ashley Ellison
    Position matters. It is important to know your season of life and what God has made available to you in order to position yourself for blessing and favor. God's desire is to bless us, and we receive blessing and avoid physical, mental, and spiritual frustration by learning that we play a part in positioning ourselves for that blessing. 
  • Mar 4, 2020Colossians Part 5
    Mar 4, 2020
    Colossians Part 5
    Posted by Ashley Ellison
    In Part 5 of our study of Colossians, we learn that Paul did three very important things in regards to the church at Colosse. He shared the Gospel, suffered for the Gentiles, and worked hard on their behalf. These are all things that we Christians should consider when we are evaluating our personal responses to what Christ has done for us. Are we willing to do the very things that Paul did?
  • Mar 1, 2020Say Yes, Part 2
    Mar 1, 2020
    Say Yes, Part 2
    Posted by Ashley Ellison
    Pastor Ashley teaches us the importance of positioning ourselves for obedience and blessing. The reason we say "no" to something is so that we can say "yes" to something else that is more important. There are 3 things in life that affect our positioning: Adamic sin nature, our work ethic, and God's supernatural blessing.
  • Feb 26, 2020Colossians Part 4
    Feb 26, 2020
    Colossians Part 4
    Posted by Ashley Ellison
    Pastor Ashley continues the verse by verse study in Colossians with an important message on the preeminence that Jesus Christ should have in our life."Colossians Part 4" from CMC Podcast by Ashley Ellison. Released: 2020.
  • Feb 16, 2020Say Yes
    Feb 16, 2020
    Say Yes
    Posted by Ashley Ellison
    While Jesus was on the earth, He was always teaching His disciples to be like Him. He did not live His life as a receiver, but rather as a giver and a doer. The Word says that Christians will be identified by their fruit.  You are unable to "produce" if you go through life as a receiver. Pastor Ashley shows us how to move from the receiving stage of Christianity to the giving stage in order to live a transformed life. One of the ways we can do this is to "say yes." When given the opportunity to serve/give, say "yes."
  • Feb 9, 2020Stages of Christianity
    Feb 9, 2020
    Stages of Christianity
    Posted by Ashley Ellison
    There are three stages of Christianity: Receiving Stage, Transition Stage, and Transformation Stage. In the receiving stage, we are like children who are being fed by others. In the transition stage, we are learning to feed ourselves. And in the Transformation stage, we are feeding ourselves and feeding others. Pastor Ashley teaches us to recognize the stage that we are each in, and to understand the importance of reaching the transformation stage, where we are living to give of ourselves and our resources.
  • Jan 29, 2020Colossians Part 3
    Jan 29, 2020
    Colossians Part 3
    Posted by Ashley Ellison
    Paul's prayer for the Colossians was that they would have spiritual intelligence, that they would walk in simple obedience, and that the power of God would be manifest in their lives. All of these are things available to the Christian today as they mature in the Lord.
  • Jan 27, 2020Creating Vs. Making
    Jan 27, 2020
    Creating Vs. Making
    Posted by Ashley Ellison
    When God created the world, He did so to make a place for man to dwell so that He could have fellowship with him. He created something so that He could have something. He did not rearrange things already in existence, but rather He made something new. Our human tendency is to rearrange our lives in an effort to make time/room for something else, when God may be telling us to get rid of something altogether in order to "create" a place for Him.