Current Sunday Sermon Series
How's your faith? What's its condition? Strong and growing? Weak and neglected? Abandoned? Healthy in some areas, but suffering in others? This is an important question for you and me, because as God tells us in Hebrews 11:6, we must have faith to please Him. We must have faith to believe that He is. And we must have faith to believe He rewards all who "diligently seek Him."
Do you have true faith? There's a lot of fickle "faith" in society today. People say they believe in a person or product one day, but the next day their "belief," i.e. faith, has moved on to a new person of interest or product that dazzles. We've dumbed down belief to mere intellectual assent to a fact, but those facts and so-called beliefs ... do they change us? Do they change the way we behave? If not, then this isn't true faith at all.
Many people still say, "I believe in God," (or "I believe in god"), but does that "belief" change the way they live their lives, make decisions both yes and no? If not, that kind of belief in God isn't saving faith.
What faith was Jesus talking about? He often said to people miraculously healed, "Your faith has made you whole." Wow. I don't know about you, but I want that kind of faith. He also said, "Believe in me." And those who did, were changed. Fishermen. Farmers. Soldiers. Tax collectors. Prostitutes. Religious Pharisees. The poor. The rich and famous. Their lives were irrevocably changed by their faith in Him.
In this September sermon series we'll explore all this and especially these four aspects:
- Sep. 3 - Walk Like Jesus Walked (Communion on the 1st Sunday of each month!)
- Sep. 10 - Witness Like Jesus' Followers
- Sep. 17 - Wonders Like Jesus' Disciples
- Sep. 24 - Works Like Jesus People
Join us on this faith journey in Jesus at 10:00 for coffee/tea and worship starting at 10:30 each Sunday!
Sunday Service begins at 10:30a.m.
Nursery & Children's Church (ages 3-12) available.
We take the Bible as its all-sufficient source of faith and practice, and subscribe to the historic creeds of the universal Church. In common with historical, evangelical Christianity, we emphasize Christ as Saviour and coming King. We also present Christ as Healer and the Pentecostal position that His promised baptism in the Holy Spirit is needed for full Spirit-empowered life today.