…And Fasting, Part 2

Thursday, 19 January 2017 by

Series by Pastor Mark on Fasting and how by ignoring our physical needs and suppressing them, we can re-focus on God instead and better connecting our spiritual selves with God by suppressing our bodily selves. Jesus and the apostles fasted before undergoing great trials, not to show off to others, but to prepare themselves mentally

…And Fasting, Part 1

Thursday, 19 January 2017 by

Series by Pastor Mark on Fasting and how by ignoring our physical needs and suppressing them, we can re-focus on God instead and better connecting our spiritual selves with God by suppressing our bodily selves. Jesus and the apostles fasted before undergoing great trials, not to show off to others, but to prepare themselves mentally

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

He Shall Be Called, Part 2

Tuesday, 13 December 2016 by

Series about how God and Jesus are our counsel. To counsel is to advise, to help, and to nourish. However we must humble ourselves to go to our counselor not only when we are proud, but in our times of trial, our times of weakness, and when we truly need help. Only when we do

He Shall Be Called, Part 1

Sunday, 04 December 2016 by

Series about how God and Jesus are our counsel. To counsel is to advise, to help, and to nourish. However we must humble ourselves to go to our counselor not only when we are proud, but in our times of trial, our times of weakness, and when we truly need help. Only when we do

Thanksliving Service, 2016

Saturday, 03 December 2016 by

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

Magnify, Part 10

Saturday, 03 December 2016 by

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 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 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 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

Magnify, Part 6

Sunday, 30 October 2016 by

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

Magnify, Part 5

Sunday, 30 October 2016 by

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

Magnify, Part 2

Thursday, 06 October 2016 by

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

Magnify, Part 1

Wednesday, 05 October 2016 by

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

Magnify, Part 3

Wednesday, 05 October 2016 by

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

Magnify, Part 4

Wednesday, 05 October 2016 by

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

How’s Your Feet?

Wednesday, 07 September 2016 by

Sermon by Pastor Mark 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.

Real Holy Spirit, Part 3

Wednesday, 07 September 2016 by

Sermon by Pastor Mark about the true holy spirit, and how it lives within us and how at any point in time through prayer and through living through our spirit self, we can access and be empowered by the Holy Spirit within us, which is a living entity and not just an abstract idea that

Real Holy Spirit, Part 1

Wednesday, 07 September 2016 by

Sermon by Pastor Mark about the true holy spirit, and how it lives within us and how at any point in time through prayer and through living through our spirit self, we can access and be empowered by the Holy Spirit within us, which is a living entity and not just an abstract idea that

The Real Holy Spirit, Part 2

Wednesday, 07 September 2016 by

Sermon by Pastor Mark about the true holy spirit, and how it lives within us and how at any point in time through prayer and through living through our spirit self, we can access and be empowered by the Holy Spirit within us, which is a living entity and not just an abstract idea that

#Shamed, Part 2

Monday, 15 August 2016 by

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

#Shamed, Part 1

Monday, 15 August 2016 by

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

#Shamed, Part 3

Monday, 15 August 2016 by

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

Understanding the Kingdom

Monday, 15 August 2016 by

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 John McVay’s sermon going through the book of Numbers, and how God’s provision has always been there for us, if only we stopped doubting so quickly and trying to find reasons for us to not trust in his promises. It talks about personal experiences about how others doubted what God had put on people’s

Pastor Mark 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 walk in the spirit

Pastor Mark gives a series focusing on how Jesus used 40 days to focus on strengthening his faith and fighting temptation and becoming closer to God. This is a challenge to all of us to take time in prayer and to listen to God’s plans and to walk in his spirit over the next 40

Pastor Mark gives a series focusing on how Jesus used 40 days to focus on strengthening his faith and fighting temptation and becoming closer to God. This is a challenge to all of us to take time in prayer and to listen to God’s plans and to walk in his spirit over the next 40

Vision for the Journey

Sunday, 03 July 2016 by

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

Silence Kills, Part 6

Sunday, 03 July 2016 by

Pastor Mark reflects on current events about persecution of Jews and Christians and/or how Christianity is affected by surrounding cultures, and in particular ISIS and the recent attacks in Brussels. We are commanded to not be silent about our faith despite societal pressures to be quiet. This sermon ties this into King Xerxes and how

Silence Kills, Part 7

Sunday, 03 July 2016 by

Pastor Mark reflects on current events about persecution of Jews and Christians and/or how Christianity is affected by surrounding cultures, and in particular ISIS and the recent attacks in Brussels. We are commanded to not be silent about our faith despite societal pressures to be quiet. This sermon ties this into King Xerxes and how

Silence Kills, Part 8

Sunday, 03 July 2016 by

Pastor Mark reflects on current events about persecution of Jews and Christians and/or how Christianity is affected by surrounding cultures, and in particular ISIS and the recent attacks in Brussels. We are commanded to not be silent about our faith despite societal pressures to be quiet. This sermon ties this into King Xerxes and how

Silence Kills, Part 9

Sunday, 03 July 2016 by

Pastor Mark reflects on current events about persecution of Jews and Christians and/or how Christianity is affected by surrounding cultures, and in particular ISIS and the recent attacks in Brussels. We are commanded to not be silent about our faith despite societal pressures to be quiet. This sermon ties this into King Xerxes and how

Silence Kills, Part 10

Sunday, 03 July 2016 by

Pastor Mark reflects on current events about persecution of Jews and Christians and/or how Christianity is affected by surrounding cultures, and in particular ISIS and the recent attacks in Brussels. We are commanded to not be silent about our faith despite societal pressures to be quiet. This sermon ties this into King Xerxes and how

Vision For Grace

Sunday, 03 July 2016 by

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

Vision For Trust

Sunday, 03 July 2016 by

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

Vision for Commitment

Sunday, 03 July 2016 by

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

Jimmy Cantwell discusses how fear causes us to lose sight of whats important and to lose faith instead of trusting that we will be provided for by God. While living in fear, including politics, medical issues, financial issues, we lose the ability to live in the present moment and appreciate every moment that God has

Silence Kills, Part 5

Saturday, 07 May 2016 by

Pastor Mark reflects on current events about persecution of Jews and Christians and/or how Christianity is affected by surrounding cultures, and in particular ISIS and the recent attacks in Brussels. We are commanded to not be silent about our faith despite societal pressures to be quiet. This sermon ties this into King Xerxes and how

Silence Kills, Part 3

Saturday, 07 May 2016 by

Pastor Mark reflects on current events about persecution of Jews and Christians and/or how Christianity is affected by surrounding cultures, and in particular ISIS and the recent attacks in Brussels. We are commanded to not be silent about our faith despite societal pressures to be quiet. This sermon ties this into King Xerxes and how

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

Silence Kills, Part 3

Saturday, 09 April 2016 by

Pastor Mark reflects on current events about persecution of Jews and Christians and/or how Christianity is affected by surrounding cultures, and in particular ISIS and the recent attacks in Brussels. We are commanded to not be silent about our faith despite societal pressures to be quiet. This sermon ties this into King Xerxes and how

Sermon by Pastor Mark coming back from a missions trip full of spirit discussing the missions trip, but also sharing stories about how we need to believe in God’s will and once we speak to have faith that it will be fulfilled, that God will not leave us stranded, and that we should be expecting

Silence Kills, Part 2

Thursday, 31 March 2016 by

Pastor Mark reflects on current events about persecution of Jews and Christians and/or how Christianity is affected by surrounding cultures, and in particular ISIS and the recent attacks in Brussels. We are commanded to not be silent about our faith despite societal pressures to be quiet. This sermon ties this into King Xerxes and how

Jimmy Cantwell discusses how we get to know the father through worshiping him, and in particular showing gratitude and praise for the life we have been given and the many enjoyable things of the world. Sincere honest worship is done through spirit and truth. Sermon on 2-3-16.

Palm Sunday 2016

Wednesday, 30 March 2016 by

Pastor Mark Kinman on Palm Sunday discussing the authority of Jesus as on Palm Sunday he walked in on a donkey and was treated as a King. This leads into discussing how our spoken words have power, and how Jesus used his words to calm, to empower, and to heal. We often times use our

Guest speaker Jimmy Cantwell talks about how he grew up, and the issues he faced and how his love of Christ enable him to overcome. In particular how while he grew up Christian, after some family struggles, the world started trying to bring him into its grasp, but through the love of God he was

The Appeal, Part 2

Wednesday, 30 March 2016 by

Sermon by Pastor Mark about our ultimate judge as believers in Christ. A reminder that while in this life, we are judged by our actions and those around us, that because we belong to a greater kingdom, we can appeal to our father in heaven, who is the ultimate judge. It lends itself into a

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

Silence Kills, Part 1

Tuesday, 29 March 2016 by

Pastor Mark reflects on current events about persecution of Jews and Christians and/or how Christianity is affected by surrounding cultures, and in particular ISIS and the recent attacks in Brussels. We are commanded to not be silent about our faith despite societal pressures to be quiet. This sermon ties this into King Xerxes and how


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