Aug 21, 2016
Why Your Shape Matters (Part 1)
You are not on this earth by accident. God shaped you with a purpose. In this series, Pastor Bob guides us through Scripture to show us that God has a place for you in Kingdom work. In this first installment, we discover the basic truth that God made us the way we are for a reason. That discovery requires a response on our part.
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  • Aug 21, 2016Why Your Shape Matters (Part 1)
    Aug 21, 2016
    Why Your Shape Matters (Part 1)
    You are not on this earth by accident. God shaped you with a purpose. In this series, Pastor Bob guides us through Scripture to show us that God has a place for you in Kingdom work. In this first installment, we discover the basic truth that God made us the way we are for a reason. That discovery requires a response on our part.
  • Aug 7, 2016Dominican Republic Mission Team
    Aug 7, 2016
    Dominican Republic Mission Team
    Over 40 individuals ministered in the Dominican Republic. While there they constructed a chapel for a local congregation, hosted Vacation Bible School and conducted sports camps. Listen how God changed the hearts of this team as the shared the love of Christ in another country.
  • Jul 31, 2016Lesson #8: True Change Requires God’s Word
    Jul 31, 2016
    Lesson #8: True Change Requires God’s Word
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    King Josiah brought true change to the kingdom of Judah, but that transformation happened because of a fresh encounter to the Word of God. To know what God wants, we need God’s Word. His Word moves us from good to great, it requires us to personally respond, and leads us to a fresh commitment.
  • Jul 24, 2016Lesson #7: God’s Grace Is Always Greater Than Your Sin
    Jul 24, 2016
    Lesson #7: God’s Grace Is Always Greater Than Your Sin
  • Jul 17, 2016Lesson #6: Is It Time To Clean House?
    Jul 17, 2016
    Lesson #6: Is It Time To Clean House?
    gameofthrones_titleWhen the Holy Spirit reveals unconfessed sin in our lives, what should be our response? The lesson from 2 Chronicles 29
    is that it's time to clean house (our heart-the temple of God). The goal is simple, the task is clear, and the result is worship.
  • Jul 10, 2016Lesson #5: Half-hearted Commitment Is No Commitment At All
    Jul 10, 2016
    Lesson #5: Half-hearted Commitment Is No Commitment At All
    gameofthrones_titleKing Amaziah did what was right in God's eyes, except Scripture regards a great indictment: he did not serve God "wholeheartedly." From 2 Chronicles 25:1-16 
    Pastor Bob shares an important lesson for believers in the 21st century: half-heated commitment is no commitment at all. There are three questions we can ask that will answer whether or not we are guilty of King Amaziah's sin:
    1. Are you trusting God or trusting yourself?
    2. Are you serving God or seeking a blessing?
    3. Are you motivated by pride or by pleasing God? 
  • Jun 26, 2016Lesson #4: Borrowed Faith Always Falters
    Jun 26, 2016
    Lesson #4: Borrowed Faith Always Falters
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    Who owns your faith? Do you? Are you borrowing your faith from someone or something else? Continuing in the series Game of Thrones: Life Lessons from Struggling Kings, Pastor Bob recounts one of Judah's kings who faltered in his leadership because he borrowed his faith. In this lesson we learn that borrowed faith falters at turning points, is easily influenced, and fails to develop character.
  • Jun 19, 2016Lesson #3: The Battle Today is the Battle that Matters
    Jun 19, 2016
    Lesson #3: The Battle Today is the Battle that Matters
    gameofthrones_title2 Chronicles 16:7-13   Three reasons to trust God for every battle:   I. Because God Sees the Big Picture
    II. Because God Supports Those Who Trust Him
    III. Because God Shows Up for Every Battle
  • Jun 12, 2016Lesson #2: Evaluate Your Devotion
    Jun 12, 2016
    Lesson #2: Evaluate Your Devotion
    gameofthrones_titleIn 1 Kings 15:1-8 we learn what half-hearted devotion to God looks like. It falls easily into idolatry, follows the wrong example, and focuses on outward success.
     
  • Jun 5, 2016Lesson #1: Big Decisions Have Big Consequences
    Jun 5, 2016
    Lesson #1: Big Decisions Have Big Consequences
    gameofthrones_titleThere are powerful life lessons for each of us when we study the lives of the struggling kings of Israel's monarchy. From 2 Chronicles 10:1-15 we learn that big decisions have big consequences. So we must be careful who we listen to, take time to decide, consider the long-term consequences, and choose with God's purposes in mind.