It's time to win back the identity Jesus won for us. Every person struggles with aspects of our lives that try to creep in and gain victory. Gentle pushing back doesn't work; it's Time for War. In this week's message, we look at the first step. We must Think Like a Champion.
God's love for humanity reigns over every evil, every sin, and every effort to distort it. And it's that love that we hold onto for not just the 59.1 million babies, but also every person (mothers, fathers, family, doctors) affected by the legalization of abortion. God's love is power. And love will win this day.
This message is all about Jesus! We consider the act/art/arc of worship itself by diving into Psalm 84 and studying it together. Did you know that God created us to delight in worship? No more boredom, spacing off, and wondering what’s relevant. In God’s House is God’s presence!
“Well, at least I had good intentions!” Let’s admit it, we’ve all gone there before! In this message we look at a man’s story from 840 BC. Have you ever wondered if your good can cancel out your bad? Take a listen as we consider how good is good enough?
The celebration of seeing God's Word fulfilled is priceless. Two prophets who trusted the Lord's promises were given the opportunity to see the Messiah with their own eyes. Today we're called to trust in the Lord's promises for His return. We are the remnant that waits, trusts, and prays.
This year's Christmas Eve message encourages us to be made 'Mighty' by God and live the fullest life for Jesus. Jesus was born into a world that didn't match His perfection. But He never stopped loving us and helping us along the way. By truly experiencing Christmas, we experience Jesus Himself.
This brief message followed up the SPW Children's Christmas pageant. Pastor Brad shares about why it's so important for the church to love the children in our lives and enable them to share the love of Jesus.
The influence of a father on a son or daughter is significant. In this message we look at both Joseph (Jesus's father) and Zechariah (John the Baptist's father). The spiritual formation both imprinted on their sons was intentional, disciplined, and impactful. It's important for parents to speak blessings over their children and encourage them to be who God is calling them to become.
One of the most humble people in the Bible was chosen for an incredible role. Mary said yes to the Lord at a young age and recognized that her life was a journey that should be walked with God. She accepted her role, held it in perspective, and maintained strong trust in a really big God.
Have you ever felt the Lord give you an assignment that almost seemed too big? In this message, we look at the angel Gabriel and see him in his biggest moment as he would share some incredible news with a young teenager named Mary. God equipped him for that role. And He equips us today, even when it seems like we're in over our heads.