How do you sail a ship and dock it successfully? You orient yourself in the right direction and you consistently sail forward, according to your measured bearings. This metaphor is analogous of Richard Fennimore's take on the perilous, legalistic stance even some vet Christians are not immune of taking. Avoid other various, common traps. Learn how to navigate #GodsPlan and policy in this week's Palm Sunday message.
Just accepted Christ into your life? What's next and what do we do now to please God with our actions? We find our way out of the woods this week and get an intimate know-how on proper service as new creations with our new body in Christ for God's glory and what we get out of that exactly.
This week's sermon attempts to unravel God's mysterious intent on providing pain in this world. Pastor Joe carefully drives us home to the point: We ought to focus our energy on propagating God's Word throughout our personal frontiers. Fix your eyes so far ahead into the unseen and encounter Jesus.
How do you tap into God's unlimited power? Pastor Joe delves deeper into our series: The Book of 2nd Corinthians and plays out this dynamic between the Spirit and our capacity to choose to stay behind the eponymous veil Jesus has already torn apart. Podcast is now up on your native resource.
Come and revisit Pastor Joe's post-dated Valentine's day message.
'What fuels your drive to serve the Kingdom?' This is Richard Fennimore's loaded premise for this week's installment of the 2nd Book of Corinthians. The punch? Recalibrate your scale. Gauge your Kingdom progress in the satisfaction of how glorious you have elevated the Lord's Name in your organic willingness to go after His own heart.
The jig is up. This week's sermon unwraps a universal deception we all tell ourselves from time to time: I'm good enough. Intrigued? Listen to this week's podcast.
Pastor Joe presents to us a harsh reality of a dying church. He challenges us to do what Jesus has told us and follow in obedience to live holy and blameless. Not only that, be active, move and be ready to be a part of God’s work in this world.
This week, Richard Fennimore takes a step deeper inside the Book of 2 Corinthians and unearths a heart issue on integrity.
Welcome to a brand new series! The following weeks will be spent poring over virtues found in Paul's second letter to Corinth. We hope you find these messages encouraging! Pastor Joe's take on passionate submission under God's will is now available on your native podcast resource!