Do our religious choices really matter? Can we worship whatever god(s) we want or live in any way we desire and still end up in the same place as everyone else? Senior Minister Dan Toney addresses these questions and more in our final message from the series.
We live in an age of moral relativism. “It’s OK for me to (some kind of questionable action) as long as no one gets hurt.” But the truth is that sin is sin. Our actions do matter and sin has consequences: earthly consequences and eternal consequences without Jesus.
Have you ever been accused of saying something that you didn’t say? It’s frustrating, isn’t it? Or maybe, somebody twisted your words to say what they wanted them to say. Also very frustrating. It happens all the time. We see it in politics on both sides of the aisle every day. Sometimes when our words […]
Being filled with the Holy Spirit means to fully allow the Spirit to be in control of your life. This final message in our series talks about living every day with the fullness of the Spirit in our lives.
Every single person is important and has a significant role in the body of Christ if they are willing to let God use them. As 1 Peter 4:10 (NIV) says, “Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others…”
Youth Minister Jordan Andler preaches the second message in our series on the Holy Spirit. Many Christians treat the Holy Spirit like a tiny magician who lives in their pocket to pull out any time they want a magic trick. But in reality, the Holy Spirit does what He wants, when He wants, where He […]