How do you overcome the hard and challenging circumstances of your life?
Pastor Clarence continued our Dollar Generals Series by addressing the need for Joy = Power in our lives. By relying on the Joy of the Lord we have power to overcome even the most difficult circumstances in life.
This inspiring message will help us to realize that we don't stop with failure. We are over-comers who are called to be the light of the world simply by offering our ‘Yes’ to the Lord!
Pastor Clarence continued our Dollar Generals Series by addressing the need for Excellence in our lives.
Doing things with excellence and growing in wisdom and favor (like Jesus did at the age of 12!) is better than the money! This inspiring message will encourage all of us to strive for excellence in everything we do because it all has a Kingdom impact.
Clarence's words of sound thinking and practical principles will be an encouragement and exhortation to you to press through all of the noise and discomfort and hear from God about how this area of your life can be marked with stewardship, wisdom and generosity.
We want to be a people who have God's thinking when it comes to money. Our desire and prayer is that money would not master you, your heart, your household and that it will not bring division!
It was with great sadness this week that our amazing world changer, Avery Wilson, who had fought a hard battle with brain cancer, went home to be in the arms of Jesus.
She loved everyone around her with extravagant love and kindness. Not a single prayer uttered in faith has been or is wasted. Please continue to pray for the Wilson family as they journey through this time.
In response this difficult time as a church family, we pushed pause on our series and regular weekend schedule and simply recognized the place that we are in and worshipped through it. Clarence took a brief time to help us, as individuals and families, to press into God in the midst of loss.
Most of us, at some point, have worried about money.
Pastor Clarence brings a word about desiring the things of Heaven above money - and securely knowing that God always provides; and through the story of Joseph shows how God is always faithful.
What does it mean to walk in the Spirit? To live in the reality of the unseen? What if healing the sick on earth was, in heaven, like taking out the garbage? It should be a normal, everyday, reality for us. We just have to learn to walk in it.
What a blessing it was to have the joyful voice of Wendy Backlund in the house this weekend! You will be so challenged by this word from the Lord. Let hope and encouraging wash over you as you listen. Let faith arise in you to live in the reality of the unseen.
Did you know that you have a calling on your life? Did you know that your family has a calling on their lives?
This week Clarence wrapped up our series on VISION and fleshed out a final encouragement and exhortation to us as we all move into a season of “Getting to 100” to “Get to Zero.”
Join us for this final part of Vision 2019.
Every family ends up somewhere. Few families end up somewhere on purpose!
We were so grateful to have Greg Gunn and family here with us this past Sunday morning!
You will be blessed by their story and by the word that Greg had for us as a body as we all explore what it looks like for us to be families with intentional direction!
We are so excited to hear from Papa Joe Ewen! A spiritual father to so many in this house!
Join us as we walk through the calling, choosing, and the crowning of Esther as it relates to goodness and love God has for his own children for such as a time as this.
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?