Oct 25, 2020
Culture Effect Part 2
Posted by Ashley Ellison
In the second part of Pastor Ashley's," Culture Effect" series, Pastor  lays out the importance of the church to impact the culture around us. As he shows us in the word, the vertical covenant we have with God, mandates a horizontal covenant with the world around us, and because of that we , who are called to God, should be seeking to impact the culture around us. 
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  • Oct 25, 2020Culture Effect Part 2
    Oct 25, 2020
    Culture Effect Part 2
    Posted by Ashley Ellison
    In the second part of Pastor Ashley's," Culture Effect" series, Pastor  lays out the importance of the church to impact the culture around us. As he shows us in the word, the vertical covenant we have with God, mandates a horizontal covenant with the world around us, and because of that we , who are called to God, should be seeking to impact the culture around us. 
  • Oct 21, 2020Familiarity
    Oct 21, 2020
    Familiarity
    Posted by Ashley Ellison
    In his message Familiarity, Pastor Ashley fully exposes the dangers of contempt in the church. How it sows discord and disgruntlement, even to the point where our familiarity can remove  the blessing that God had fully intended us to receive. 
  • Oct 11, 2020CultureEffect2020
    Oct 11, 2020
    CultureEffect2020
    Posted by Ashley Ellison
    In this sermon Pastor Ashley speaks about how we need to be a community that makes the change that this world needs. We have to learn how to recognize the lies of the world, and shun them for the truth of God.
  • Sep 27, 2020Victory Today part 2
    Sep 27, 2020
    Victory Today part 2
    Posted by Ashley Ellison
    In Victory Today part 2, Pastor Ashley addresses the need for God's people to speak to God through our spirit. He explains the role of speaking in tongues and the important part it was designed to play in us experiencing victory today. 
  • Sep 23, 2020Lead By The Spirit pt 3
    Sep 23, 2020
    Lead By The Spirit pt 3
    Posted by Ashley Ellison
    In the third part of Pastor Ashley's Lead by The Spirit series, Pastor Ashley talks about the importance of relying on our ability to "see" God moving spiritually, instead of through what our five physical senses tell us. Understanding, rather, that we should be leaning on our "sixth" sense and that being our spiritual sense to truly allow us to see God moving always.
  • Sep 20, 2020Lead By the Spirit Part 2
    Sep 20, 2020
    Lead By the Spirit Part 2
    Posted by Ashley Ellison
    In the second part of Pastor Ashley's Lead by the Spirit series, Pastor uses the examples of his life that led him to wanting to shift his life and to "transform" his thinking so that he could live in the blessings of God.
  • Sep 16, 2020Led by the Spirit
    Sep 16, 2020
    Led by the Spirit
    Posted by Ashley Ellison
    In Pastor Ashley's message, "Led by the Spirit", Pastor outlines the way that we should not be led by our five physical senses. Living this way will lead to frustration and sin. Instead, we should be led by the Spirit, which always will keep us on the path that God would have for us. 
  • Sep 13, 2020Victory Today
    Sep 13, 2020
    Victory Today
    Posted by Ashley Ellison
    In Pastor Ashley's message of Victory Today, He goes into detail about why and how we as Christians can see God's plan for us to be blessed. We can have victory by gaining knowledge of His word, and applying it to our lives, this activates His grace and His peace as something we can always attain. 
  • Aug 30, 2020History Teaches
    Aug 30, 2020
    History Teaches
    Posted by Ashley Ellison
    Pastor Ashley teaches us not to shy away from the aspects of history, and that even the ugly things of history can teach us invaluable lessons. Using the story of Judas the Iscariot, we are able to receive a great lesson of what it means to truly be a follower of Christ.  
  • Aug 26, 2020Know that You Know
    Aug 26, 2020
    Know that You Know
    Posted by Ashley Ellison
    Pastor Ashley preaches from Exodus 33. God promises to go with the Israelites as they enter the Promised Land to take possession of it. Realistically, they were heading into enemy territory where they knew they would face imminent danger, ungodly people, and fierce resistance. But God's promise in verse 14 was that He would go with them, give them rest, and that everything would be fine for them. That promise is for the church today as we live in perilous times, and we can find comfort in that understanding.