Nov 12, 2017
Building Shaking Boldness!
Pastor Chris Yount continues his sermon series on the Book of Acts called, "The Birth of the Church" and shares this week’s message entitled: “Building Shaking Boldness!” which is based on Acts 4:23-31. After Peter and John were released after their arrest for healing the lame man at the temple, they had an even greater fervor to share the Good News of Jesus Christ. How's your spiritual excitement level? Come join us this Sunday to have your spiritual bucket filled!
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  • Nov 12, 2017Building Shaking Boldness!
    Nov 12, 2017
    Building Shaking Boldness!
    Pastor Chris Yount continues his sermon series on the Book of Acts called, "The Birth of the Church" and shares this week’s message entitled: “Building Shaking Boldness!” which is based on Acts 4:23-31. After Peter and John were released after their arrest for healing the lame man at the temple, they had an even greater fervor to share the Good News of Jesus Christ. How's your spiritual excitement level? Come join us this Sunday to have your spiritual bucket filled!
  • Nov 5, 2017Blessings in Disguise
    Nov 5, 2017
    Blessings in Disguise
    Posted by Elizabeth Yount
    Elizabeth Yount shares this week’s message entitled: “Blessings in Disguise”. When are the times that you have felt closest to God? How come that doesn't happen more often? We all, every one of us, have reservations about God, those things that keep him at a "comfortable distance". "Comfortable maybe, but what are we missing out on? What insights, what answers, what healing, what blessing are untapped? How do I (and you) more firmly establish a more loving relationship with God, or He with us? You may be surprised.
  • Oct 29, 2017I’m not cycling!
    Oct 29, 2017
    I’m not cycling!
    Posted by Mike Antici
    We as Christians all strive to do good in this world.  As we show our love to those we meet, let's not forget that all the good works are in vain without the name of Jesus attached to them.  Come see what the bible says about spreading the good news of Jesus Christ and never let His name be silent.
     
  • Oct 22, 2017We Simply Can’t Help It!
    Oct 22, 2017
    We Simply Can’t Help It!
    Pastor Chris Yount continues his sermon series on the Book of Acts called, "The Birth of the Church" and shares this week’s message entitled: “We Simply Can't Help It!” which is based on Acts 4:1-22. When the Apostles were threatened by the religious leaders to stop spreading the word about Jesus and the way of salvation even at the threat of death they responded..."We cannot but speak the things which we have seen and heard." When you have good news, you can't help but share it. Come join us this week and hear the Good News!
  • Oct 15, 2017Easter in October
    Oct 15, 2017
    Easter in October

    Pastor Chris Yount shares this week’s message entitled: “Easter in October” which is based on Luke 24:1-27.

    Why wait until Spring to celebrate Jesus victory over death? The Christian church celebrates this incredible miracle of life over death every Sunday in worship.

    Come join us this Sunday as we celebrate Easter in October!

  • Oct 10, 2017God’s Extravagant Love for Us
    Oct 10, 2017
    God’s Extravagant Love for Us
    Posted by Jay Murdock
    Jay Murdock shares this week’s message entitled: “God's Extravagant Love for Us” which is based on 1John 3:1a (NIV). We all have heard the phrase "God loves you" but we often don't feel worthy of His love. This Sunday we will hear what Jesus had to say about this (and it's really good news!).
  • Oct 3, 2017Silver and Gold or God?
    Oct 3, 2017
    Silver and Gold or God?
    Pastor Chris Yount continues his sermon series on the Book of Acts called, "The Birth of the Church" and shares this week’s message entitled: “Silver and Gold or God?” which is based on Acts 3:1-10. Many people believe that money is the answer to life's problems. If this is true, why are there so many unhappy people that are financially stable or even wealthy? Finances certainly help us with our physical and material needs but may do little for our more pressing emotional and spiritual needs. Come join us this Sunday as we look to the Source of true contentment!