Sermon series by Pastor Mark Kinman about denial. Is denial a good thing? Or is it always bad? Proverbs 29:18 (NIV) – Where there is no revelation, people cast off restraint; but blessed is the one who heeds wisdom’s instruction. Part 1 – “The Good” 02.11.2018 Part 2 – “The Bad” 02.18.2018
A series by Pastor Mark about perceiving with spiritual insight. Merriam-Webster defines perceive as “to become aware of through the senses.” God’s given us the ability to Perceive, to become fully aware of all things with Spiritual Perception. Part 1 12.03.2017 Part 2 12.10.2017 Part 3 12.24.2017
A series by Pastor Mark all about living a life of thanksgiving IN all circumstances, not just on one day… 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18 Rejoice always, pray continually, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus. Pt. 1 11.19.17 Pt. 2 11.26.17
Wednesday night series by Pastor Mark Kinman focusing on how we need to keep our eyes open and our ears unobstructed to realize that we can call upon and reap from the harvest of God, if only we sow into his fields with our talents, our hearts, and our finances. This isn’t a prosperity message
Pastor Mark’s Series about how bad things can happen to good people, and yet we allow ourselves to be convinced that they cannot be overcome. This sermon is a reminder that we are in a constant battle in this world, but we are given the power through Christ and as God’s children to overcome. Even
Pastor John McVay preaches about the story or King Saul and King David, and talks about how we need to trust and lean on the Lord to get us through times versus trusting solely on our own skills and volition. We find our security in our bank account, in our house, or jobs, or the
Pastor Charlotte gives the word on 1-15-17 about how our economics are often times not in line with God’s economics, in that God can multiply our own efforts when we are utilizing our resources wisely and freely, and can leave us struggling financially when relying on our own means and methods. In the end, it
Every year around Thanksgiving, Pastor Mark talks about how we should live life thankful and gracious for what we have been given. But what does it mean to be thankful? Sometimes its easier to delve into this topic by looking at what it means to be unthankful and ungracious, such as the Pharisees. Going back
Pastor Mark speaks about how we tend to magnify things in our lives that lead us to suffering, fear, and worrying, while God in contrast can magnify the tiniest bit of good and strength in us, and do amazing things, such as take a basket of bread and feed 5000. As always, it comes down
Pastor Mark’s sermon after coming back from Jamaica and how serving the child nation of Jamaica demonstrates the need for evangelism and how we need to be like Jesus, be humble, and serve others up to and including washing their feet if necessary to demonstrate that a true leader must be a servant first. It
Pastor Mark’s series about how we both shame others or are shamed often solely to make oneself feel better without teaching or promoting better behavior. This is a challenge to improve our heart condition towards others who have sinned against us or against our beliefs, and instead use those as teachable opportunities, because God judges
Pastor Charlotte’s message about how we need to look back at the bible and realize Kingdom principles about forgiveness, prayer and trusting others in order to maximize both our present happiness and our future reward. For example, when we retain anger, we are punishing ourselves and not those we are angry at…when we fail to
Pastor Mark’s new Wednesday night series discussing how our inputs and outputs are correlated…i.e. garbage in, garbage out. Only through renewing our minds through prayer, spending time in service, and reading the bible can we continue to regenerate our Christian minds. We need to question our habits daily and consistently move ourselves to more consistently
Pastor Mark Kinman discussing the importance of vision and how we need to have a vision for grace, a vision for trust, and a vision for commitment so we can keep our eyes on the prize and not fall for the temptations that are dangled in front of our face on a given day, or
Sermon by Jimmy Cantwell on how our own words often mask our true strength and abilities versus our own god-given limitations. Just because we choose to ignore the strength that has been given to us through Jesus Christ, doesn’t mean we have lost the ability, we have just neglected to exercise the authority and power
Pastor Gene discusses his background in business and how he found his way to the lord, and how he transitioned from being a passive Christian whose faith did not fundamentally alter his life into one who lives through faith and has been transformed by it. A significant portion of the sermon discusses marriage and how
Valentine’s Day Sermon by Pastor Mark on how love while kind, also must be strong and withstand the arrows and blows of this world. We are to put on the cloak and armor of righteousness to enable our hearts to withstand the assault we are under. We are to be patient and forgive our neighbor
Feeding off the “Watch Me Superman” series, Limitless focuses on our spirit walk, and how we have limitless power, as Paul espouses in his letters, including Galatians, if we just simply understand that Christ is living in our “decrepit body”…we realize that our power is endless…our power over sin is complete…we may choose to walk
Pastor Mark’s series on why our goals always fall short of God’s goals, expectations, and what he can deliver us. Not that setting goals isn’t a bad thing and trying to achieve positive change, but that we can do so much more by just simply letting God act in our lives and embrace what God
Pastor Mark’s sermons on how we need to put our desires secondary to asking for direction from God, and to realize that God’s desires for us our far greater than our own desires. Sometimes these will appear to be in direct contrast, but if we give good gifts to our children, why wouldn’t God, who
Extreme is considered the new thing these days…be it extreme sports, extreme rides, or extreme ideas. However, nothing is more extreme then going back and living how the bible calls us to live and leaving our comfort zones to preach the word and to be good disciples, and to listen when God is telling us
Pastor Mark’s Sermons about whether we are salty, and how the bible defines being salty as a positive trait due to the essential flavor that it adds to life. Salt was considered so important that it must be included in offerings in the old testament and fundamental to any shared gifts. We need to add
Pastor Mark’s sermons on the correct way to be judgmental…we should be able to judge sins, but it doesn’t mean we have the right to judge others as stated repeatedly in the bible; we have no right to convict since we have all fallen short. We need to focus on ourselves and our own righteousness
Pastor Mark’s sermon on 4-19-15 about how if we live loudly, body, and strongly as our beliefs as Christians within our belief in God, that our actions and our minds will be more pure then if we are tempted to bend or to be quiet in the face of the expectation and social demands of
Rabbi Wolf speaking for Pastor Mark on 2-15-15 on how we all need to serve the Kingdom of God not for selfish reasons, not to obtain self fulfillment, but humbly. It is only by serving like Paul did in the New Testament that we will serve freely, with a smile, and make lasting changes in
Pastor Mark’s sermon on how church works if we show up, and listen and put away our pretenses about what is truth, and living a life the way God intended, which includes being thankful and servile to those around us. The bible is written for our benefit, not just to provide a set of rules.
Pastor Mark’s sermon on all the things we have to be thankful for, and how we need to not say “Thanks a lot”, but to say “Thanks, A LOT!!!” for all the things God has blessed us with. Part 1: (11-16-14) Download Here! by right-clicking on blue text (control + click on Mac). Part 2:
Pastor Charlotte preaching on 11-5-14 about how we are the people of God’s covenant, and all the promises and joys of which God has given to his people belong to those who follow his covenant all in due time as long as we remain and stay faithful. Download Here! by right-clicking on blue text (control
Pastor Mark’s Sermons on how we can all be great through our obedience to God, and by trusting in his promises no matter how absurd they may seem at the time. God can even turn a famine into a feast or to defeat a previously unconquered foe, but we must act on the impetus of
Pastor Mark’s sermon on how we need to support Jesus in our actions, and to do as we are spiritually asked, not as we presuppose or think is correct. This means exiting our comfort zones and actively pursuing what God has entrusted us with, be it bit or small. Jesus came so God would be
Pastor Gene’s sermon on 11-02-14 about how we are special in God’s eyes, and how from Genesis we know that we were created special in order to command over the creatures around us. Pastor Gene discusses in detail not only the biblical basis for this, but what it means for us as God’s chosen people.
Pastor Mark’s sermons about how we are given the tools on how to save lives through the bible, but we have to take advantage of these tools in order to treat those around us and give everlasting life. Part 2 features a bit comparing the bible to Mission Impossible. Part 1: (9-7-14) Download Here! by
Pastor Mark’s Sermons on how we need to not just be spectators that say “I’m saved by Jesus”, but to actually live the words that the gospel has spoken and to be active participants in not only our lives, but the lives of others. We need to be our own heroes (through Christ). Part 1:
Pastor Mark’s Sermons on how we should be happy and enjoy our labors instead of looking at work as something that must be done…and how we need to find contentment regardless of the circumstances we face, and especially during the hard and the mundane times, by relying on our faith and our relationship with Jesus.
Pastor Mark’s Sermon on 8/3/14 on God’s Eternal Life promise from the beginning of the time and how we can start living that eternal life today…we have a tendency to focus on the problems of our world versus being gracious. Download Here! by right-clicking on blue text (control + click on Mac).
Pastor Mark’s Sermon on how the 13 strengths on 8/6/13 (Amy Morin:http://www.amymorinlcsw.com/mentally-strong-people/) that make up successful people are espoused in the bible. Download Here! by right-clicking on blue text (control + click on Mac).