Summary: 1 of 3 +1. Paul unveiled the vital role of submission inherent to a Christ-honoring marriage & family. Christ-honoring families must operate under the umbrella of submission. But How? Foundational family integrity is found in...
Summary: Theme for coming year: 15 Be very careful, then, how you live-- not as unwise but as wise, 16 making the most of every opportunity, because the days are evil. 17 Therefore do not be foolish, but understand what the Lord's will is. (Ephesians 5:15-17).
Summary: We have moments in our life that really make giant differences these are called Turning points. The sermon shares it is in those moment we make wise decisions, connect to God, take the opportunity, and be thankful.
Summary: If we want our lives to count for something, we must make God’s will a main priority in our lives. Our world needs to know what God wants us to do. God wants us to live our lives with purpose.
Summary: We are Christ followers. We are not, Christ fans. Fans sit on the sidelines followers get into are active on the field of play. It is time to get off the sideline. It is time to Seize the Day, Twenty-four Seven!
Summary: When God defined marriage as one man and one woman committed to each other for life, for mutual support and the procreation of children, He did that because it is best for the man, the woman, the children and society as a whole.
Summary: “What would I do if I had but one year to live?” And to make it a little bit more personal, “What would you do if you knew you had but one year to live?” Well, as I lay there in my sick bed, here are some of my answers. (PowerPoint Available - #171)
Summary: We all know how easy it is to become distracted. We also know what can happen when we are distracted. The world can be a dangerous place. We all know that. And that is why we exhort one another to be careful.
Summary: 2015 is not just a new year; it’s a year of new! As we embark on a new year, there are three things I want to talk to you about that will help to make 2015 the year of ‘new’. Let’s see what they are.