Dec 29, 2019
Rewind Sunday
Posted by Ashley Ellison
 Christian Ministries Academy Senior Jessica Cadle shares a powerful testimony about the importance of reflecting on what God has spoken to us individually. Pastor Ashley winds up 2019 by encouraging us to "never forget to remember" the times that God has seen us through in the past.
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  • Dec 29, 2019Rewind Sunday
    Dec 29, 2019
    Rewind Sunday
    Posted by Ashley Ellison
     Christian Ministries Academy Senior Jessica Cadle shares a powerful testimony about the importance of reflecting on what God has spoken to us individually. Pastor Ashley winds up 2019 by encouraging us to "never forget to remember" the times that God has seen us through in the past.
  • Dec 15, 2019Indescribable
    Dec 15, 2019
    Indescribable
    Posted by Ashley Ellison
    In this message, Pastor Ashley Ellison attempts to describe the indescribable person and character of Jesus Christ. As Christians, we all know the name, “Jesus Christ”, but the impact of His life goes far beyond our imagination!
  • Dec 11, 2019Symbols
    Dec 11, 2019
    Symbols
    Posted by Ashley Ellison
    Join Pastor Ashley Ellison as he dives into the meaning and importance behind prominent Christmas symbols. In today's culture, there is a real need for reminding ourselves and others around us of the true reason behind the celebration of Christmas.
  • Dec 9, 2019Boundaries
    Dec 9, 2019
    Boundaries
    Posted by Wade Ford
    As Christians, we are to live inside the boundaries of God's Kingdom. Wade Ford gives us 4 reasons Christians move their boundaries, only one of which is a good reason. 1) To align ourselves with God. 2) Lack of endurance. 3) Temptations. 4) Desires. When we move our boundaries to align ourselves with God and live within His kingdom, we live blessed. When we move our boundaries for any other reason, it is to leave outside the boundaries of the Kingdom of God.
  • Dec 4, 2019Endurance vs. Giving Up
    Dec 4, 2019
    Endurance vs. Giving Up
    Posted by Wade Ford
    Wade Ford talks about the importance of difficult times in our lives. He shows us that James 1:3 tells us that our endurance has a chance to grow when our faith is tested, which tells us that our endurance does not have a chance to grow if our faith is not tested. If we are saved from every stressful situation, our lives are cut short and we never live out our full potential.
  • Dec 1, 2019The Dividing Line Part 4
    Dec 1, 2019
    The Dividing Line Part 4
    Posted by Ashley Ellison
    In the final session of the Dividing Line Series, Pastor Ashley gives us three questions to ask when making decisions. 1) Will it produce good fruit? 2) Will it work in my culture? 3) Is the timing right? How we answer these questions will determine whether we live wisely as Ephesians 5 instructs. He also gives 10 vital points to consider in making wise decisions.
  • Nov 27, 2019The Impact of Thanksgiving
    Nov 27, 2019
    The Impact of Thanksgiving
    Posted by Chatman Laxton
    Chatman Laxton shares a powerful testimony of thankfulness, showing us that our gratitude is the result of a joyful heart. It is important to be thankful all the time, not just when it's easy. He shows us to look for things to be thankful for in even in the midst of trial.
  • Nov 24, 2019The Dividing Line Part 3
    Nov 24, 2019
    The Dividing Line Part 3
    Posted by Ashley Ellison
    Pastor Ashley Ellison continues talking about biblical lines and wisdom lines. Some dividing lines that we make in our lives are simply based on what is wise (Ephesians 5) and not specific Scripture. He gives us 3 instances where we might feel as if we need to cross our dividing lines in order to "be somebody", but in fact, we do not. Crossing our dividing lines often results in more pain than popularity in the end.
  • Nov 20, 2019Wise Thinking, Dividing Line Part 2
    Nov 20, 2019
    Wise Thinking, Dividing Line Part 2
    Posted by Ashley Ellison
    In continuance of "The Dividing Line" Pastor Ashley Ellison teaches us that sometimes we have to draw our lines in places, not because it's a sin issue, but because it simply isn't wise. He uses Ephesians 5:15 to show us that we are to "live like wise people."
  • Nov 17, 2019The Dividing Line
    Nov 17, 2019
    The Dividing Line
    Posted by Ashley Ellison
    Everyone draws lines of acceptance and rejection in different places, but what do we base where we draw our lines off of? Pastor Ashley Ellison teaches us to look at what the Lord says about things, and not base our "dividing lines" off of other people.