Your identity doesn’t come from where you sit at the table. When we are secure in our identity in God as beloved sons, we are able to walk in love, humility and honor in family. In this message, Max Johnson shares powerful truth on what it means to honor others and to walk in the favor of God. Take time to listen and seek to honor others in your life this week.
Faith requires us to take risks. If you can accomplish everything on your own, then it isn’t really faith. God is calling us out from the sidelines onto the field and into a radical faith. In this message Pastor Kathy El-Ali teaches on the power of faith, and calls us to move from inactivity to action.
We are entering into a season of intensity and intentionality. In order to be prepared, we need to stay connected to the source, Jesus Christ. Pastor Kathy El-Ali exhortation on the upside-down nature of the kingdom of God. When you give more, you receive more. When you go lower, you actually go higher. Take time to listen to this powerful word and awaken to what God is doing in this season!
What motivates you to give and serve those around you? Pastor Matthew unpacks living with a supernatural grace of generosity, founded in our identity and trust in the Lord. He urges us to respond to the call to always live a life of generous sacrifice and truly be fruitful Christians.
When we live from our identity in Christ, we can live fully in freedom and trust. Pastor Kathy El-Ali shares practical and powerful tools for living the life that God intended for us. Be equipped to think about what you’re thinking about in a productive and transformative way.
Simple obedience can change the world. God gives us dreams that are too big for us, but God is a big God. In this message, Pastor Oleg Kunin challenges us to follow God with simple obedience and reach the lost for Christ. Take time to listen to this message and challenge yourself to dream big, trusting God for the results.
Unity does not gather around a purpose, but it gathers around the Spirit. God organizes the local body with gifts and offices in order to uplift, build, and bring each member into maturity. When each person operates from a place of health, it makes the whole family healthy. In this message, Pastor Kathy El-Ali teaches on the unity of the spirit, encouraging us to set aside shame and all the attacks of the enemy in order to walk in true freedom and healthy family.
Pastor Kathy gives a dynamic message on what true unity looks like in the body of Christ. She teaches out of Genesis 11 about the Tower of Babel. False unity is when people come together for a purpose without the presence and direction of God, even if the purpose is godly. True unity is when people gather together serving His purpose with His presence on the vision. Unless the Lord builds the house, they labor in vain who build it.
As the family of God, we are called to bear one another’s burdens and live in forgiveness and love with one another. Jennifer Reil explains that addressing offenses with one another, and engaging in healthy conflict, is how we practically wear the garments of life that Jesus has given us.
God never called the church to be an organization, but He called us to be a family. Organization develops to meet the need of the family, but it does not produce family. This message from Pastor Matthew Fuller is a powerful reminder of God’s purpose for the church, and serves as an invitation to join as family.
When we have fully received God’s love, there is no room for an orphan mindset. Pastor Kathy El-Ali starts off our Family series with a powerful word on the heart of God’s love for his children and the foundation it lays for healthy community.
God releases His promises for us in His perfect timing, and there are many times when we have to wait in faith for our promise. Pastor Kathy shares keys to hearing the voice of God and waiting on His promises.
We are victorious in Christ and can walk in divine peace despite what may be happening in our circumstances. Pastor Matthew shares tools to overcoming anxiety and casting our cares on God. As we set our eyes on Jesus and cast our cares on Him, we can walk in the peace of God that passes all understanding.
We were made to live in God’s presence and it begins with setting our eyes on Him. This is where we find our identity and destiny. Jason Groth shares practical examples of how we are to walk through the process of transformation in the presence of God.
God demonstrates his presence in signs, wonders, and miracles. Moses experienced the glory and presence of God, and God was with him to deliver the Israelites from the hand of Egypt. Just as God was with Moses, so is he with us still today. In this message Pastor Kathy El-Ali challenges us to walk in God’s presence, demonstrating His power through signs, wonders, and miracles. There is nothing better than God’s presence!
Walking with God is a part of our original design. We were created for abiding in His presence. In this message, Pastor Kathy teaches on God’s desire to walk with us and our need for connection with Him.
The only way to live in true identity is to abide in the presence of God. We spend so much time trying to clean up our life on our own, when God is inviting us to enter His presence just as we are. In this message, Pastor Matthew Fuller unpacks God’s truth and reminds us of our powerful identity in Christ.
Pastor Kathy shares about the life of David and how he had a deep relationship with God in the secret place. As a result of his abiding relationship, he was able to stay in perfect peace and trust God to bring the victory when facing his nation’s greatest opponent. Pastor Kathy shares that He will keep those in perfect peace who’s eyes are stayed on Him because they trust in Him.
When you build trust in the secret place with God, you receive God's divine peace that surpasses any circumstance. In this message, Pastor Kathy shows what it looks like to live in shalom, the perfect peace of God.
Abraham and Sarah, despite their moments of failure and doubt, are an example of what it looks like to live by faith. Pastor Matthew dives into Hebrews 11 and encourages us to see the big picture of what God sees. Our success to fulfill the promise comes second place to our faithfulness.