Taylor Miller- Romans 16:19 is much more than just a camp song. It is a reminder of the power God has given us as well his promises for us. There is hope in a God who is greater.
Author: Taylor Miller (Taylor Miller)
Jeff Maness- God uses unknown, unlikely and unworthy people to do unbelievable things for his Kingdom. That is good news because that is who we are. In this message we’ll be encouraged by how God used a number of different people mentioned by name in Romans 16 who were also unknown, unlikely and unworthy.
Jeff Maness- Unspoken assumptions have a way of creating unmet expectations which can lead to unbelievable amounts of conflict, disappointment and pain. In Paul’s letter to the Romans he voiced some assumptions he had for Christians in the church. What we see is this: The things Paul assumed from Christians in the Church we should...
Jeff Maness- We often view purpose from a selfish perspective. We want to find our purpose so that we can be fulfilled by living it out. Yes, we are more likely to experience fulfillment in life when we live out our purpose for life, but God’s glory gives us a purpose so that our purpose...
Jeff Maness- When we are united in the church, we reflect the glory of God through the Church. Jesus prayed that all those who believe would have perfect unity. So in a world of division, how do we stay united in the Church?
Jared Bayless- How do we handle adversity? How do we handle uncertainty? What do we do when trials come? Many of us are waiting to trust God when he decides to start answering our questions. There is glory in adversity, but it may not look like what we had hoped for.
Fred Gallop- Worship has always been a sticky subject in the Christian Faith. While there are many different worship styles that are acceptable to God, He created us to worship Him distinctly.
Steve Doolin- Dark versus light. Turn on the lights and throw away the darkness. It’s daytime. Light, Living in Truth, Chasing Jesus. It’s much easier to deal with problems in your life if you are in the light.
Jeff Maness- Typically debt is something we want to avoid, or at the very least get out of. Scripture though tells us of a debt that we should ever be owing and seeking to pay. The debt of love is not something to avoid, it’s something to abide in.
Jeff Maness- Are we reflecting the glory of God in the way we respond to our government as Christians? The truth is, the Bible tells us exactly how we should respond. Our response to the government is not based on who’s in the White House, it’s based on Who’s in my heart!