Jimmy Cantwell’s Guest Sermon on 3-25-15 about how God’s love has been shown for us again and again throughout the bible from the days of Genesis through the deeds of Christ.

Pastor Mark’s Message on 3-22-15 about how we need to focus not on a physical renewal and rebirth at the beginning of the new year, but renewing our faith in God through Christ, and our righteousness through them, and not through our own acts, as demonstrated by Paul, who could have been a Pharisee but

Pastor Gene’s sermon on 4-8-15 about how we need to seek the Kingdom of God and how to live life as a Christian and the full abundance that you will receive from living life the way Jesus intended us to. Special attention is spent focusing on the beatitudes and how we need to let go

Easter: Palm Sunday

Sunday, 12 April 2015 by

Pastor Mark’s sermon on Palm Sunday discussing how the Old Testament talked about the coming of the savior, and all the details about how Jesus came to fulfill this, and the hero’s welcome he received on Palm Sunday. Pastor Mark also comes into how often times our expectation of God’s deliverance varies from what God

Pastor Mark’s Easter Service on 4-5-15 about how we need to stop trying to find happiness from our own perspective and focus on finding true joy through our relationship with God through Jesus. Jesus demonstrated how to overcome the world and simply told us that he can carry the yoke if we should follow him,

Pastor Mark’s Message about how we need to focus not on a physical renewal and rebirth at the beginning of the new year, but renewing our faith in God through Christ, and our righteousness through them, and not through our own acts, as demonstrated by Paul, who could have been a Pharisee but instead demonstrated

The Last Peace, Part 2

Friday, 20 March 2015 by

Pastor Mark’s sermon on 3/18/15 on how we spend and waste our time worrying about things instead of focusing our lives on thankfulness and loving God and trusting him fully to provide for us and our needs. The missing peace for our piece is our faith in God, which we can continually cultivate through prayer

The Last Peace, Part 1

Friday, 20 March 2015 by

Pastor Mark’s sermon on 3/11/15 on how we spend and waste our time worrying about things instead of focusing our lives on thankfulness and loving God and trusting him fully to provide for us and our needs. The missing peace for our piece is our faith in God, which we can continually cultivate through prayer

Pastor Mark’s Message about how we need to focus not on a physical renewal and rebirth at the beginning of the new year, but renewing our faith in God through Christ, and our righteousness through them, and not through our own acts, as demonstrated by Paul, who could have been a Pharisee but instead demonstrated

Be Normal, Pray Freely

Monday, 09 March 2015 by

Pastor Mark’s Message on 3/1/15 about how we need to focus not on a physical renewal and rebirth at the beginning of the new year, but renewing our faith in God through Christ, and our righteousness through them, and not through our own acts, as demonstrated by Paul, who could have been a Pharisee but

Guest Speaker John McVay 2-25-15 on how we have been given the instructions to the Kingdom of God in the bible, but only if we read it to remember what it said about how to live our lives, how to treat those around us, and how to have complete trust in God. God continually takes

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 Message on 2/22/15 about how we need to focus not on a physical renewal and rebirth at the beginning of the new year, but renewing our faith in God through Christ, and our righteousness through them, and not through our own acts, as demonstrated by Paul, who could have been a Pharisee but

Pastor Mark’s Message about how we need to focus not on a physical renewal and rebirth at the beginning of the new year, but renewing our faith in God through Christ, and our righteousness through them, and not through our own acts, as demonstrated by Paul, who could have been a Pharisee but instead demonstrated

Watch Your Step, Part 2

Thursday, 12 February 2015 by

Pastor Mark’s series on how we need to watch our step and about our salvation through Christ and the difference between our spirit self and our flesh. This includes a detailed look into the lies of trying to believe ourselves better than we are depending on our “level of sin”, and thus relying on our

Pastor Mark’s Message about how we need to focus not on a physical renewal and rebirth at the beginning of the new year, but renewing our faith in God through Christ, and our righteousness through them, and not through our own acts, as demonstrated by Paul, who could have been a Pharisee but instead demonstrated

Watch Your Step, Part 1

Thursday, 12 February 2015 by

Pastor Mark’s series on how we need to watch our step and about our salvation through Christ and the difference between our spirit self and our flesh. This includes a detailed look into the lies of trying to believe ourselves better than we are depending on our “level of sin”, and thus relying on our

Created Like Him, Part 3

Saturday, 31 January 2015 by

Pastor Mark’s Message on 1-28-15 talking about how we are created in God’s image and how we often struggle to recognize that we are called upon to be like Christ, because through the Holy Spirit which was granted to us, we are the embodiments of Christ. Its also a reminder that we must act as

Pastor Charlotte’s sermon on living in God’s presence and the 5 steps towards living in the presence and the glory of God in great detail, including talking about how we are to carry out these actions that we as Christians are tasked with carrying out. 1) Repent, 2) Praise, 3) Worship, 4) Offering, and 5)

Church Works, Part 1

Monday, 26 January 2015 by

Pastor Mark’s sermon on 11-12-14 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

Faith Church’s own Jimmy Cantwell’s sermon on 1-21-15 going through many examples in the bible of how we let our minds and our knowledge betray our faith, and how we can become entrapped in worrying and thinking about ourselves instead of trusting in God’s word. A very fundamental, but powerful reminder of the basis of

Pastor Mark’s Message on 1/18/15 about how we need to focus not on a physical renewal and rebirth at the beginning of the new year, but renewing our faith in God through Christ, and our righteousness through them, and not through our own acts. We need to be honest with ourselves about our own flaws,

Be Normal, Part 2

Sunday, 18 January 2015 by

Pastor Mark’s Message on 1/11/15 about how we need to focus not on a physical renewal and rebirth at the beginning of the new year, but renewing our faith in God through Christ, and our righteousness through them, and not through our own acts, as demonstrated by Paul, who could have been a Pharisee but

Created Like Him, Part 2

Sunday, 18 January 2015 by

Pastor Mark’s Message on 1/14/15 talking about how we are created in God’s image and how we often struggle to recognize that we are called upon to be like Christ, because through the Holy Spirit which was granted to us, we are the embodiments of Christ. Its also a reminder that we must act as

Be Normal, Part 1

Friday, 09 January 2015 by

Pastor Mark’s Message on 1/4/15 about how we need to focus not on a physical renewal and rebirth at the beginning of the new year, but renewing our faith in God through Christ, and our righteousness through them, and not through our own acts, as demonstrated by Paul, who could have been a Pharisee but

Created Like Him, Part 1

Friday, 09 January 2015 by

Pastor Mark’s Message on 1/7/15 talking about how we are created in God’s image and how we often struggle to recognize that we are called upon to be like Christ, because through the Holy Spirit which was granted to us, we are the embodiments of Christ. Its also a reminder that we must act as

Have You Been Disqualified?

Sunday, 04 January 2015 by

Pastor Mark’s Message on 12/28/14 talking about grace, and how we need to stop trying to beat ourselves up over things we have not accomplished which often times lead to our New Years Resolutions that lead to short term changes in behavior, but not the long-lasting change we can only obtain through Christ. There is

Pastor Mark’s sermon on 12-21-14 in which he discusses the tale of the rich man, and how no matter how good we are on earth, that we all fall short and thus must rely on our faith in God to build the relationship to bring it back together. This notion that we can magically end

Pastor Mark’s sermon on 12-17-14 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

Pastor Mark’s sermon on 12-14-14 in which he used props to illustrate that we need to not just expect things from our physical world, but also our spiritual world. We should expect that the biblical word and Christ will come through in our life, and act accordingly. We need to show off that better sweater

Pastor Mark’s interesting take on the ugly sweater and fashion and how it relates to Christianity. I.e. the ugly sweater is now hip, as people were wearing something considered ugly with pride and made it fashionable. We as Christians need to do the same thing…we need to not be afraid that Christianity is unhip, and

Pastor Mark’s sermon on 12-10-14 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

Church Works, Part 2

Thursday, 04 December 2014 by

Pastor Mark’s sermon on 11-19-14 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

Church Works, Part 3

Thursday, 04 December 2014 by

Pastor Mark’s sermon on 11-26-14 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

Get Behind Me, Part 2

Thursday, 04 December 2014 by

Pastor Mark’s sermon on 11-9-14 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

Pastor Mark’s sermon on 11-30-14 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. In particular, we are reminded that Thanksgiving without God is Dead, for God is at

Pastor Mark’s sermon on 11-23-14 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. In particular, we are reminded that Thanksgiving without God is Dead, for God is at

Thanks a Lot

Thursday, 04 December 2014 by

Pastor Mark’s sermon on 11-16-14 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.

The Dove People

Tuesday, 11 November 2014 by

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.

The Evangelical Mass, Part 6

Saturday, 08 November 2014 by

Pastor Mark’s Sermon on 10-15-14 on how the bible instructs us to share the word of Jesus with each other, and how many people who proclaim and are Christians are afraid of feeling uncomfortable and thus fail to follow Jesus’s words as commanded in Matthew and as demonstrated by Paul.

The Best is Yet to Come

Saturday, 08 November 2014 by

Missionary Rick Bell’s discussion about how was long as we keep our eye on God’s promises through our troubles and difficulties, that we know the best is yet to come and that God is good and can make good from what we sometimes perceive as life’s problems by having confidence within our faith.

Being Great, Part 2

Saturday, 08 November 2014 by

Pastor Mark’s Sermon on 10-12-14 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

Being Great, Part 1

Saturday, 08 November 2014 by

Pastor Mark’s Sermon on 10-05-14 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

God’s Promises, Part 1

Saturday, 08 November 2014 by

Pastor Mark’s Sermon on 9-21-14 about how God always keeps his promises, and how the most meek and humble of us can do the will of God to retain his favor, as explained graphically by parts of the Old Testament where civilizations have turned against God in favor of satisfying their carnal nature. God’s word

God’s Promises, Part 2

Saturday, 08 November 2014 by

Pastor Mark’s Sermon on 9-28-14 about how God always keeps his promises, and how the most meek and humble of us can do the will of God to retain his favor, as explained graphically by parts of the Old Testament where civilizations have turned against God in favor of satisfying their carnal nature. God’s word

Get Behind Me, Part 1

Saturday, 08 November 2014 by

Pastor Mark’s sermon on 10-26-14 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

The Evangelical Mass, Part 7

Saturday, 08 November 2014 by

Pastor Mark’s Sermon on 10-22-14 on how the bible instructs us to share the word of Jesus with each other, and how many people who proclaim and are Christians are afraid of feeling uncomfortable and thus fail to follow Jesus’s words as commanded in Matthew and as demonstrated by Paul.

We are God’s People

Saturday, 08 November 2014 by

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.

The Evangelical Mass, Part 8

Saturday, 08 November 2014 by

Pastor Mark’s Sermon on 10-29-14 on how the bible instructs us to share the word of Jesus with each other, and how many people who proclaim and are Christians are afraid of feeling uncomfortable and thus fail to follow Jesus’s words as commanded in Matthew and as demonstrated by Paul.

Evangelical Mass, Part 5

Monday, 20 October 2014 by

Pastor Mark’s Sermon on 10-08-14 on how the bible instructs us to share the word of Jesus with each other, and how many people who proclaim and are Christians are afraid of feeling uncomfortable and thus fail to follow Jesus’s words as commanded in Matthew and as demonstrated by Paul.


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