20-Nov- 2016
I Love My Church: Who is The Church?
The Church is the most influential, counter-cultural, and enduring organization that has ever existed in all of history. Every person who believes in Jesus and follows Him is a part of this amazing community that was established by Jesus himself. The term “church” does not refer to something we do, or a place that we go to on Sunday. The term refers to who we are. We are the church, not just on Sunday but on every day of the week and, as such, we are the hands and feet of Jesus which are to bring hope to this world.
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  • 20-Nov- 2016I Love My Church: Who is The Church?
    20-Nov- 2016
    I Love My Church: Who is The Church?
    The Church is the most influential, counter-cultural, and enduring organization that has ever existed in all of history. Every person who believes in Jesus and follows Him is a part of this amazing community that was established by Jesus himself. The term “church” does not refer to something we do, or a place that we go to on Sunday. The term refers to who we are. We are the church, not just on Sunday but on every day of the week and, as such, we are the hands and feet of Jesus which are to bring hope to this world.
  • 13-Nov- 2016Zerchariah: Overcoming the feeling of guilt and accusations of the enemy of God
    13-Nov- 2016
    Zerchariah: Overcoming the feeling of guilt and accusations of the enemy of God
    Series: Zechariah
    Continue the sermon series of Zechariah. This sermon focus on the redemption grace of God. We need not to defend ourselves from the accuser, because God had already defended us and had victory over the debt of our sin.  
  • 06-Nov- 2016Transform: Walking in His Victory
    06-Nov- 2016
    Transform: Walking in His Victory
    Series: Transform
    Have you ever felt like life is a constant struggle, a battle? I am sure you have at least at some point in your life. The reason is because we are in a battle. The Bible tells us that “our struggle” is with unseen, spiritual forces that are against us and seek to tempt us into doing things that are not pleasing to our heavenly Father. The good news is that when Jesus taught us to pray, He taught us that God is not the source of temptation but instead He delivers us from the evil one who is the source of temptation. And, furthermore, our Father in heaven is well able to deal with the evil one because the kingdom, the power and the glory belong to Him forever.
  • 30-Oct- 2016Zechariah: God Promises His Presence, Protection and Glorious Future with Him
    30-Oct- 2016
    Zechariah: God Promises His Presence, Protection and Glorious Future with Him
    Series: Zechariah
    God Promises His Presence, Protection and Glorious Future with Him. Continue the study of Zechariah
  • 23-Oct- 2016Transform: Receiving His Forgivness
    23-Oct- 2016
    Transform: Receiving His Forgivness
    Series: Transform
    Series: Transform
    Text: Matthew 18:21-22 & 32-35; Matthew 6:9-13
    Date: October 23rd, 2016 at 10:45 am
    Offense is something we all deal with on a daily basis. We have all been offended by others, and we have all offended others. When we take offense at what someone else does to us, we are in fact taking the bait that the enemy has put out to trap us. That’s why Jesus taught us to seek the Father’s forgiveness in the same way that we forgive others. Forgiveness has nothing to do with forgetting. We may never forget what was done to us, but we can choose to forgive. Making a choice to forgive is the only way to stay free from the enemy’s entrapment.
  • 16-Oct- 2016Zechariah: Return to Me and I will return to you (The Lord Almighty)
    16-Oct- 2016
    Zechariah: Return to Me and I will return to you (The Lord Almighty)
    Series: Zechariah

    New Series: Zechariah, the Lord who remember.

  • 09-Oct- 2016Transform: Praying in His Provision
    09-Oct- 2016
    Transform: Praying in His Provision
    Series: Transform

    Praying in His Provision

    Series: Transform
    Text: Matthew 7:7-11; Matthew 6:9-13
     
    Date: October 9th, 2016 at 10:45 am

    Summary: Most parents that I know love to take care of and provide for their children. God is no different. Jesus taught us to pray to our heavenly Father that He would provide for our daily needs. God provides more than just the basic needs of our physical life – food, drink, clothing, shelter. He also provides for our spiritual needs. Provision is not just about having money; it’s about having the abundant life that Jesus came to give us.

  • 02-Oct- 2016Transform: Expanding His Kingdom
    02-Oct- 2016
    Transform: Expanding His Kingdom
    Series: Transform

    Expanding His Kingdom

    Series: Transform
    Text: Galatians 5:16-25; Matthew 6:9-13
     
    Date: October 2nd, 2016 at 10:45 am

    Summary: Jesus taught His disciples to pray that the Kingdom of God would be established on earth as it is in heaven. God’s kingdom is established wherever His will is done. That’s why the kingdom is already here in the hearts of believers who are committed to doing the Father’s will all around the world. God’s will is revealed to us in His Word. When we learn to pray and proclaim God’s Word over our lives, we are establishing His kingdom rule in our lives.

  • 25-Sep- 2016Haggai: God’s Promise of Hope for the Future
    25-Sep- 2016
    Haggai: God’s Promise of Hope for the Future
    Series: Haggai
    Continue the study of Haggai
  • 18-Sep- 2016Transform: Establishing His Presence
    18-Sep- 2016
    Transform: Establishing His Presence
    Series: Transform
    Establishing His Presence Series: Transform Text: Exodus 33:18-19; Matthew 6:9-13 Date: September 18th, 2016 at 10:45 am Summary: In the first sentence of the model prayer that Jesus taught His disciples, Jesus introduced two topics that are vitally important for us to learn in our spiritual growth. The first is the “Father heart of God” – He is our father and we are His children. The second is the “name of God” which bears His authority and tells us of His character. Both of these have to do with establishing the presence of God in our lives. It is only when we understand that God is a good father, and when we get a revelation of who He is as revealed in His name, that we will be able to fully establish His presence in our lives as we enter into prayer.
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