To cap off our series on Nehemiah we will take away a practical principles from each of the 13 chapters in the book.
In this lesson, we learn how to combat one of the enemy’s tactic use to sabotage the good work God has for us: distraction. It’s often the case that we are pulled away from a great purpose towards some lesser though valid goal.
When you put your hand to the good work that God has for you, opposition is sure to follow. In this lesson we will learn to expect and prepare for that inevitable opposition.
In this teaching we learn how it is often the very thing that infuriates us the most may point to the purpose God has for us. Often the thing that burdens us the most is an indicator of what we are passionate enough to pursue changing.
In this new series we will look to Nehemiah and learn how God both started and finished a “good work” in him and ultimately did a good work through him to the benefit of others.
In this closer to the ‘Greater’ series, we learn how it is often the case that some small resource or skill we have can be the very thing God want to use take us into whatever he has waiting for us.
In this teaching we look at what it means to build a great life and the things we can analyze in our own lives to build one that honors God.
There is no better hope for the world than the growth of the local church. This teaching looks at the birth of the Church and what lessons we can gather from the way they gather and lived
In this series we will learn how God has greater things in store for his children. Whether relationally, spiritually, or in some other sphere, God will move his children from glory to glory.
In this lesson we learn how to filter out the noise of our life and know the voice of the Lord.
In this teaching we learn how we can be empowered to handle difficult relationships in our lives. While we may be unable to change others, we can ask God to change us.
In this week’s teaching we learn the value of honor in our relationships and how no other thing can help build lasting relationships of any kind.
In this teaching we learn how God calls us not to cope with or avoid stress, but to be stewards of stress.
Having asked people on Easter Sunday what they’d like to learn about, this is the first sermon in a series that will answer those questions. In this we learn about the will of God and how was can frame our lives within that will.
In celebration of Resurrection Sunday this teaching examines the often overlooked waiting period Jesus' disciples had to sit through the Saturday that his body was in the grave.
In this teaching we look at the story of Palm Sunday and what we can learn from the story of the young colt that Jesus chose to ride into Jerusalem.
We were all born with varying levels of power and influence. In this sermon we learn the importance of leveraging our strength and power to the benefit of others. Power is meant to be used for service, not status.
In this teaching we learn that wherever God has placed you, your purpose there involves people. In our lives, we are connected to people who are lost and whom God has called us reach.
In this sermon we learn how God has placed us where we are on purpose, and how it is important to flourish where we are without living in the past or longing for the future.
In this teaching we learn about how God has a place for each and everyone one of us, and how we are most equipped to flourish by being rooted in that place.