We are not led by our flesh but we do not ignore our flesh. God uses our flesh—ethnicity, experiences, social standing, pain, suffering—in order to carry His gospel to those who are sick and needy. Don’t hold your past back. Let God redeem it all.
Read Philippians 3:1-9 and join us.
We were so blessed to host Pastor Washington Andrade for our services this morning! The joy of the Lord was in this place and we hope that you will find that as you watch and listen to this message! What a POWERFUL morning!
All Believers have the power of God within you. But what if you don’t feel it? It’s not a feeling but faith in the Son of God who sent His Spirit into each of you from the God the Father.
As we head into World Mandate 2019 this week let’s just see where God takes us! This was an amazing way to begin our corporate fast and our preparation for WM19!
Christ has clearly commissioned each believer to take the gospel to the corners of the world. That means we recognize the invitation and we go. And this is the reason we don’t wait until we are perfect people that are perfectly trained with perfect circumstances!
Read Isaiah 43 and 1 Corinthians 1:26-31 and join us for the third part of Vision 2019.
If Christ has commissioned every believer to preach the gospel to everyone, everything to everywhere all the time, what we need to ask right now, "Lord, what is my responsibility in what you have called me in order that I can steward the Great Commission. Open up to Ruth 1 and join us.
Father Abraham had many sons and daughters. God promised this back in Genesis 12 and 15 but that is not all He promised. God explicitly promised that the all of Abraham’s descendants would bless the nations. As the Father’s child, you have been born to bless the nations. Come catch the vision for Antioch Norman in 2019.
God's Heart for the Fatherless
Your character and your actions shows the world who is your Father.
Is it the father of lies who comes as a thief in the night to steal, kill and destroy? Or is it the Father of lights who is holy, righteous, never forgets nor forsakes his own children and makes them co-heirs with his only begotten Son?
Join us to see the Father’s heart for the fatherless.
God's Heart for the Widow | John 19:25-27
How we care for our widows is how we will be judged as a nation, a people, and a church. So how does God’s heart respond to widow?
Come and explore with us.
God's Heart for the Poor
As we continue in our Advent Series "A Thrill of Hope," Clarence Hill helps us examine the heart of the Father concerning the poor in our community.
How can we be more aware of those in need around us? What are ways that we can identify, in our own lives, the need to reorient around the things that Jesus made a priority?
The Advent season brings with it both a warning and an invitation. There will come a day when God will move and the question will not be, "How do I feel about this?" but rather, "Am I ready?"
Are you ready?
How many of us would say 2018 came with a few surprises? At the beginning of 2018, none of us could have predicted the transition that God would have us go through. Now we are in new wine needing new wineskin. What does that look like now for us who are doers of the word?
You are the light of the world. A city set on a hill cannot be hidden. Nor do people light a lamp and put it under a basket, but on a stand, and it gives light to all in the house. In the same way, let your light shine before others, so that they may see your good works and give glory to your Father who is in heaven. [Matthew 5:14-16]
“Kids in crisis don’t have the luxury to wait on the church to sort through every legitimate excuse, count the cost and wait for the right time. It will cost you. And the time is now.” - Megan Doke
Think about the 3 1/2 year of Christ’s earthly ministry and the eternal impact that it had on the world since then. If the same Spirit that raised Christ from the dead dwells in us, what then should we expect from our earthly ministry?
What will our lives look like in 20 years? What do you want your life to look like in 20 years? The level of maturity and authority of the people around you might play a larger role in what that looks like than you may believe.
Running away from sin is not a matter of willpower but of wisdom. If you are playing with and struggling with sin, you have already lost. How can you have guaranteed success against sin?
We are not immune from failure just because we wave a Bible around and wear a cross on our neck. How can we have guaranteed success? We start off with the question, "What is God's definition of success versus our own?”
If God has forgiven us for our sin, what else will he do for us? If we have been forgiven of our sin, what should we do next?
We should ask ourselves, "What do I value most in my life?" because something is going to call for your devotion? God is willing, are you prepared?