Sermons by Rebecca Thomas
When Jesus was born, He gave us the chance to be known, accepted, and forgiven. When we are made into a New Creation and experience His love, we realize that not only was Jesus born to be worshiped, but we were born to worship Him!
What does it mean to live a life free of idolatry in our modern culture?
What do you know about Hagar?
We are starting a new teaching series looking at the lives of various people of the Bible; the good, the bad, & the ugly! We kick off this series looking at “the good.” Actually, it’s the best, the only one who is truly good.
The Apostle Peter wrote this general letter to the early believers, focusing on living life as “exiles” in a temporary world when we are created for an eternal life. How can we have a more eternal perspective in our lives? Hopefully every part of our lives is changed when we have an eternity mindset; parenting, work, marriage, and even more regarding the choices we make.
Discover God’s “New You” perspective on the key areas of your personal health: physical, spiritual, emotional, relational, and financial.
ADVENT TEACHING SERIES Join us on Sunday mornings this December and share in the discovery that we all play a part in the incredible Christmas story! During the four weeks of Advent leading up to Christmas, we will experience the anticipation of the prophets, the joyful proclamation of the angels, the journey of the shepherds and wise men to honor Jesus. And, we’ll learn how all of those guide and direct us to how we can prepare for and celebrate…
Convoy of Hope – 1 Day to Feed the World. Psalm 82:3-4, “Give justice to the poor and the orphan; uphold the rights of the oppressed and the destitute. Rescue the poor and helpless; deliver them from the grasp of evil people.” How do we respond to the issue of poverty?
Philippians 3:12, Paul’s Letter to the Philippian Church is full of wisdom, practical application for our lives, and JOY!! Ironically, Paul wrote this joyful letter while he was in prison in Rome and we are going to spend 10 weeks studying through this book verse by verse. Join us every Sunday for the next 10 weeks!
Matthew 18:15, Discover simple steps you can take to strengthen and improve the most important relationships in your life. You will discover how the Bibles defines what “real” love is, and how to have it, how to experience God’s best when it comes to our sex lives, how kindness plays a role in developing better relationships, how to communicate in a Godly way to the people who are most important to us, so that we can develop stronger, more loving, and more…