In James 5:13-18, James give instructions to the church and highlights for us the power of prayer. And then he draws our attention to one of the miracles that Elijah performed and he says, you and I are just like Elijah. So join me as we look at the power of prayer, and what it means to be humans just like Elijah.
Almost everyone is familiar with the story of the nativity. Christmas hymns play in the mall, manger scenes decorate lawns, and we hear the same Bible stories. Often our familiarity causes us to miss the history-altering message of Christmas. Join Pastor Tim as we look at the characters of Christmas, their actions, and the message they still speak to us today.
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Join Pastor Tim as he looks at Luke 10. Jesus says that the harvest is ready, but do we really believe him? Pastor Tim helps us identify 3 saying that should cue us that now is the time to share the hope of Jesus and invite them to church.
Join Pastor Tim as he looks at Acts 2. If you’ve been a Christian for a long time, you’ve gone to church forever, we can sometimes get sidetracked with evaluating our church. I’ve been a part of many conversations before, during, and after church about how good church is. And what mean by that is often, how good the sermon, the music, the decorations, the program was. And we can often miss out on the very central point of Church, Jesus. Join me as we look at Acts 2 and the very formation of the church and the three things that the early believers devoted themselves to.
Join our regional minister Pastor Claran Martin as he shares with us from the Book of Acts.
So many of us live lives that are overstretched, extra busy, and overwhelming. In the midst of this chaos, God and church can seem like one more thing on top of a huge pile that is already crushing us. Join Pastor Tim as he looks at how to carve out some margin in our lives so that God can move in our lives.
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Join special guest speaker Pastor Mark Willcock as he looks at Matthew 25.
Thankfulness is a powerful posture. It tunes our hearts to the goodness of God. Join Pastor Tim as he challenges us to build a monument to God’s faithfulness that will testify for generations.
What does it mean to be a Christian? Many people, including Christians, have many different ideas about how you become a Christian. Listen as Pastor Tim looks at how we become a Christian and what it means for our lives today.
Sermons in this Series
- Like or Love: Love is a Decision
- Like or Love: Non-Committal
- Like or Love: Getting Married
- Like or Love: Being Married
A big thanks to Carey Nieuwhof who provided the inspiration for this series. To watch him do it better visit Connexus Church and their series based on the same analogy called, Non-Committal.