Feb 3, 2019
Do You Really Have Everything You Need?
To kick off our new series, We Have Problems, God Has Solutions (which will take us through the book of 1 Corinthians), Troy acknowledges that many of us feel like we’re not good enough or strong enough. We often feel unworthy or unloved. But we need to understand that the negative things we believe about ourselves are lies from Satan. We could even say that those fears are lies that are told to us. None of us is that person who grace could never change. We don’t have to live like we’re not good enough, or strong enough, or smart enough, because we have a God who is all of those things.
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  • Feb 3, 2019Do You Really Have Everything You Need?
    Feb 3, 2019
    Do You Really Have Everything You Need?
    To kick off our new series, We Have Problems, God Has Solutions (which will take us through the book of 1 Corinthians), Troy acknowledges that many of us feel like we’re not good enough or strong enough. We often feel unworthy or unloved. But we need to understand that the negative things we believe about ourselves are lies from Satan. We could even say that those fears are lies that are told to us. None of us is that person who grace could never change. We don’t have to live like we’re not good enough, or strong enough, or smart enough, because we have a God who is all of those things.
  • Jan 27, 2019What Were You Born to Do?
    Jan 27, 2019
    What Were You Born to Do?
    We were all placed on this planet for a specific purpose. We were born to accomplish something, but it’s our choice as to whether or not we discover and carry out our purpose. But there’s also something every Christian was born again to do, and that’s good works. Specifically, and most importantly, we do good works so that others might be saved.
  • Jan 13, 2019Do You Believe That God Loves You?
    Jan 13, 2019
    Do You Believe That God Loves You?
    Continuing in our series, What Has God Done for You? Troy reminds us, and encourages us to believe wholeheartedly, that everything God does is motivated by His love for us and His desire to do what is best for us. Jesus paid our penalty and offers us salvation as a free gift of His grace, but it only applies to us if we have faith that Jesus really did this on our behalf. On a practical level, when we’re tempted, and struggling, and really wanting to do what we want to do, instead of what God says, will we still believe that God’s way is better?
  • Jan 6, 2019What Has God Done for You?
    Jan 6, 2019
    What Has God Done for You?
    To kick off our new series, “What Has God Done for You?” (which will take us through the month of January), Troy discusses the fact that God sent His only Son to die in our place, and how that sacrifice not only gave us a gift we don’t deserve, but actually one that is quite the opposite of what we deserve.
  • Dec 30, 2018Old Endings and New Beginnings
    Dec 30, 2018
    Old Endings and New Beginnings
    Followers of Jesus often struggle to determine whether or not God is calling us to do something. In fact, the only time we should feel 100% certain that God is speaking directly to us is when we read the Bible. However, discerning God's calling is really not some super-mystical process. What’s more, God will sometimes give us unmistakable confirmation that He’s at work leading, guiding, and yes, even calling us to do something.
  • Dec 23, 2018If There Were No Christmas
    Dec 23, 2018
    If There Were No Christmas
    Series: Standalone
    For our lead-in to Christmas, Troy asks us to imagine what our lives would be like if there were no Christmas. The world would have some serious deficiencies if Jesus had never been born, but ultimately a life without Christmas would mean a God who broke His promises. Thankfully, that's not the case and God sent His Son to be born, to live a perfect life, and to die a terrible death on the cross to take on the punishment that we deserved.
  • Dec 9, 2018Interpersonal Intervention
    Dec 9, 2018
    Interpersonal Intervention
    In today’s message from our Finding Favor series, Troy reminds us that God truly wants to hear our prayers. If we really pay attention, and if we have the faith to understand the difference our prayers make, we will spend a lot more time talking to God. Specifically, God sometimes changes another person’s mind when we pray for God’s favor in our lives. And God may use us to change someone else’s mind. We might be the answer to someone else’s prayers.
  • Nov 25, 2018Redemptive Poverty
    Nov 25, 2018
    Redemptive Poverty
    In today’s message from the Finding Favor series, Bud shares about those times in our lives when financial scarcity can actually be a sign of God’s blessing. God just might show us His favor by making us poorer for a season. The real question for all of us is, “Can we be blessed financially when God gives us wealth AND when He takes it away?"
  • Nov 18, 2018By the Way, Thank You!
    Nov 18, 2018
    By the Way, Thank You!
    Series: Standalone
    In Luke chapter 17, we read the account of Jesus healing 10 men who had leprosy. Jesus instructs them, “Go, show yourselves to the priests,” and as they went, they were cleansed. What’s interesting is that when Jesus sent them off to see the priests, these men were no better off than they had been ten minutes earlier, and yet, they headed off in search of the priests. God placed a demand on them (and on us today) to have faith, before anything at all has changed.
  • Oct 28, 2018God Will Provide
    Oct 28, 2018
    God Will Provide
    If you've ever wondered whether God wants to intervene in your life to give you a blessing, just think of the most over-the-top, sitting-on-the-edge-of-his-seat-with-anticipation, ready-to-shower-you-with-amazing-gifts type of dad, then multiply that a thousand-fold.