Moses was a man who made life-altering wise choices. Be guided by the decisions he made as you hear this message from Hebrews 11:23-29. This message continues our Courageous series.
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Joseph is one of the greatest examples in Scripture who began with a God-given dream and faithfully saw God bring it about. Learn from his life how you can start right and finish well. This message continues our Courageous series and is taken from Hebrews 11:22.
Hebrews 11:6 tells us that it is impossible for us to please God apart without faith. Find out what great faith looks like and what it accomplishes in our lives through this helpful message
With all his faults and failures, it isn’t hard for us to identify with the story of Jacob, yet his life is an incredible picture of the process through which God can grow our faith over time. Find out more in this message from Hebrews 11:21.
Isaac wasn’t perfect, but his story still yields several lessons for us. Look with us at Hebrews 11:20 to learn what God would have for us from a man with a faith that was flawed. This message continues our Courageous series, examining the incredible faith of the men and women in Hebrews 11.
As we continue our Courageous series, we encounter the story of Abraham, the greatest “Yes-Man” ever. Find out more about a faith that says, “Yes!” as we take a look at Abraham from Hebrews 11:8-19.
Hear the amazing testimony of a young woman who went from a harlot to a queen through the transforming power of Christ.
The worshiping, walking faith we have looked at thus far in Hebrews 11 becomes even greater as we look at the working faith of Noah. Continue our Courageous study with us of the men and women God used to do extraordinary tasks.
As a follow-up to our message on Enoch, this message takes us to Genesis 5 and 2 Peter 3, looking at Enoch’s son Methuselah. Learn from their story about the incredible patience of God.
As we continue our look at the courageous men and women in Hebrews 11, we turn our attention to Enoch, a man known for the strength of his walk with God. Learn more on how to walk with God like Enoch in this message from Hebrews 11:5-6
As we begin our study of the courageous people God used throughout Scripture, we begin with Abel, who is marked as a man accepted by God. Find out why in this message from Hebrews 11:1-4.
The Christian’s life is a marked by death and life. Learn more in this message from Galatians 2:20.
Rejoice in what God is doing as you listen to some of our college-age students about how God moved in their lives during their recent trip to the Passion 2012 conference in Atlanta. Be challenged by our pastor to be a part of what God is doing in reaching young adults.
Buzzer-beaters to win the game are always exciting. Find out about a real-life buzzer beater from this message taken from Luke 23.
Want to start off the New Year right? Learn how to make every day count in this message from Psalm 118.
In this final message in our series “The Christmas Promise”, learn more about the baby we celebrate at Christmas as we look at what the angels announced to the shepherds on the night Jesus was born.
As we continue to study the Christmas story, take a look into the life of Mary and see what allowed her to be used of God to be one to be the earthly mother of Jesus. This continues our series, The Christmas Promise.
You have likely been asked, “Are you ready for Christmas?” in the past few weeks. There is a better question, though: Are you ready for Christ? Find out more in this message from Psalm 2.
There are times in life when the promises of God take us far beyond where we are comfortable. See in this example from Joseph’s life how we can trust and believe in every promise God makes. This is the second message in our series, “The Christmas Promise.”
The events of Christmas didn’t begin with Mary, Joseph, and a manger. Find out about the first time we hear of a Savior to come in this message from Genesis 3. This is the first part of our series, The Christmas Promise.