Jeff Maness – January 3, 2021 Too often, we can equate our devotion to God by a decision that we made to believe in or follow Him. But devotion is more than a decision, it is a discipline in the face of difficulty. The very first Christians reveal to us the devotion we need to...
Sermon Tag: <span>prayer</span>
Jeff Maness – Everyone has their own perspective of prayer and perspective determines purpose. The problem is, if we don’t have the right perspective of prayer we will end up pursuing the wrong purpose in prayer.
Jeff Maness -It is great to be gathering together in person again, but we can gather together in the church without ever really being the Church. As we look at the early church we will see signs of what it means to be the Church.
Jeff Maness – The start of our faith is done by God, but sustaining our faith is done together. Just like we can do nothing to produce our physical life, we can do nothing to produce spiritual life either. However, we can do some things to sustain it. How do we sustain an unbreakable faith?
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.
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 – Did you know, Jesus already prayed for us? On the night that Jesus was arrested and led to the cross, He took time out of His own pain to pray for us when we go through it. In our presence and in our pain, Jesus is present and He already prayed.
Jeff Maness Understanding what a word means before we use it is an incredibly important part about life. When it comes to “salvation”, there is much more to it than just “God forgave me of my sins.” There are real life implications for those of us who have already been saved. In this message, we...
John Wilson God’s timing often requires us to wait. Whatever we’re waiting for–comfort in our sorrows, freedom from sin, restored relationships, hope–what should we do while we wait?
Jeff Maness Just because God is silent in your life does not mean that He is absent from your life. We all face seasons where it feels like God is silent. What do we do in those times?