God gave Paul and Timothy a mission to guard the gospel and pass it on to the next generation. In this second message in our series in Second Timothy, Pastor Ed encourages us to find someone else to pass the gospel on to.
Like a runner hands off the baton in a relay race, God calls us to hand off the Gospel. If we do not preserve it and pass it onto the next generation, it will be lost. In this introduction to our series in Second Timothy, Pastor Ed explains that call in depth and what it should look like within the church.
In this final message in our series, Judges, Pastor Ed looks at what we've seen God do in Israel through the book of Judges. Despite all of the trials and disobedience, of God's people, God was always present. No matter how hard things get, God is always there.
When do you call on God? We only see Samson only looked to God twice in his life, but God desires our eyes to be fully on Him--always. In this message, Pastor Ed continues our series through the Book of Judges, and challenges us not to live for ourselves, but instead, to live fully focused on God.
Is your ambition built out of selfishness or does it come from a desire to bring glory to God? In this message, Pastor Dehric looks at the life of Abimelech and the evidences and results of selfish ambition.
In this second part of our series, The Immanuel Principle, Pastor Ed presents three things that will set the church must manifest to set itself apart from the world. The church must be a force of love, acceptance, and forgiveness in our communities and the world.
Are you deaf toward God? In this message, Pastor Dehric discusses the spiritual sense of listening while walking us through the events immediately following the account of Jesus birth. Will you choose to listen to God or to the world?
In this message, Pastor Ed discusses Jesus birth and the significance of the swaddling cloth he was wrapped in and the folded towel in the empty grave symbolizing that, as Jesus said on the cross, "it is finished."
In this last message in our series through the parables, Pastor Ed uses the parable of the servants, two of whom invested their master's money, the other who hid it, to emphasize the importance of faithfulness to God.
As Pastor Dehric continues this series through the parables, he focuses on the importance of prayer and how we should pray in light of the story of the man begging for bread from a friend and his persistence in asking for provisions.
What does it mean to be a good neighbor? In this message, Pastor Ed walks us through the parable of the Good Samaritan to show us what loving other people the way Jesus would looks like. He encourages us to care for others without considering the costs to ourselves or differences between us.
Why does God allow suffering? What does it accomplish or let God accomplish in our lives. In this message, Pastor Dehric discusses Paul's sufferings and what we can learn from the way he responded to hardships.
Living powerfully involves living spiritually mature lives. In this message, Pastor Dehric explains three responsibilities found in 1 Corinthians 16 that we as Christians have while we wait for Christ's return.
As Pastor Ed continues our series in 1 Corinthians, Directions & Corrections, he discusses the consequences if there were no resurrection and what it means for us that Jesus truly did defeat from the grave.
The resurrection of Jesus is the heart of the truth of Christianity and the pivot point upon which our faith turns. In this message Pastor Ed continues in our series, Directions & Corrections and takes us through the proofs of the resurrection found in 1 Corinthians 15:1-11.
God's love is eternal, and it will never fails us. Join us as Paster Ed continues Directions & Corrections, a series through 1 Corinthians, and looks at the love chapter and discusses gifts and the permanence of love.
Pastor Ed Niswender continues his series through 1 Corinthians, Directions & Corrections and shows us how Jesus painted us a picture of love as described in 1 Corinthians 13.
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