Pastor Karl brings us a Word on what it looks like to follow Jesus. He came with several specific purposes described in the New Testament.
Instead of asking, “What is God’s will for me?” we learn to ask, “What is God doing and how can I participate?” Through biblical insights, we uncover clues to understand God’s actions and discover our role in His plan, ultimately aiming to destroy the works of the devil and glorify God’s name.
It is important to stay connected to our holy roots, as illustrated in Romans 11:16. Through biblical insights and real-life examples, we explore the consequences of straying from God’s path and the necessity of trusting in His power. Discover the significance of humility and childlike faith in remaining firmly attached to the root system and experiencing the transformative power of… Continue reading Experiencing God | Straying
Have you ever thought what it means to be born again – not in a literal sense, but a spiritual one? When we pursue God, there’s a point where we are born again. Pastor Karl’s message explores what it means to be recognized by God.
Join us in understanding what it truly means to be born again – more than repentance, it’s a transformative shift in mindset, a pursuit of obedience, and a commitment to following Jesus in our new way of thinking.
As we conclude our week of prayer and fasting, Pastor Karl brings us a message based on Psalm 27. The Lord is our light, salvation, and stronghold.
Pastor Nathan brings us the message today as we begin our week of fasting and prayer.
At some time in our existence, we will encounter the fire of God. It could be for refinement or a consuming fire.
Learn how this desire for a unique connection with God transcends circumstances, echoing in the prayers of figures like Habakkuk, and join us in seeking an authentic experience with God over the next nine weeks.
Pastor Karl teaches us on God’s presence, revelation, glory, and His Word. Do you know how clouds (yes, clouds!) tie these all together? Join us and find out.
The term “cloud” is a symbol of God’s presence. From being the glory of God in Revelation to shielding the Israelites in the wilderness, and even becoming so intense that Moses couldn’t enter, the cloud is a recurring motif. Uncover the importance of waiting, as seen in Moses’ six-day wait before entering the cloud of glory (Exodus 24:14).
We kick off the new year exploring our new theme for the year: Root and Fruit. How do we grow a deeply rooted foundation with Jesus? What does it look like to bear Godly fruit in our lives?