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11/10

How to be blessed this Thanksgiving

Speaker: Al Stoltzfus
Topics: Faith, restoration, wholeness

Psalm 1 sets forth two ways to live. One way is shiftless and unrooted. The other is deeply rooted in commands of God. Only one leads to wholeness and blessing.The person who is blessed finds delight in Jesus and runs firmly in the way of God’s commandments.  Text: Psalm 1; Luke 24:44; Romans 10:4

11/03

Truths & Lies

Speaker: Don Weaver
Topics: God's words, Satan's lies

Knowing the truth about who we are. Recognizing the lies that Satan tells us. Experiencing the power in of believing.  Text: Ps 5:12,

01/01/70

Renewal Meetings – Tuesday night

Speaker: Basil Marin
Topics: God's power, purpose

God’s Power to Bring Me Back and Keep Me to Fulfill my Purpose

10/28

Renewal Meetings – Monday night

Speaker: Basil Marin
Topics: Mephibosheth

God’s Position and Place in Us

10/27

Renewal Meetings-Sun night

Speaker: Basil Marin
Topics: pain

God Knows Your Pain

Text: 11 Samuel 9:1-13

10/27

God’s Promise In Us

Speaker: Basil Marin
Topics: adoption, heir

God chose us before the foundation of the world, that we should be holy and blameless before Him in love. With this truth in mind, let us come home. Text: 2 Samuel 9:1-13

10/20

The Devil’s Favorite Color

Speaker: Brian Martin
Topics: darkness, deception, light, Truth

Did you ever wonder what the devils favorite color might be? Consider how spiritual attentiveness guards one against the subtle “go to” color most often used by Satan.  Text: 2 Peter 3:1-17

10/13

The wheat and the tares…making sense of evil & suffering as a healing community

Speaker: Al Stoltzfus
Topics: cross, evil, restoration, suffering

What is the cause of evil and suffering in our world? Can we fix it? Or, will it always be this way? To answer these questions, Jesus parable of the wheat and the tares presses us deep into the character and purposes of God and points forward to the cross where the love of God, seemingly so weak, ends up victorious and ultimately destroys the power of evil.  Text: Matthew 13: 24-30