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God is planting heaven in the earth, today. Are you God's well-tended to, guarded and treasured planting? Because you can be! 61 minutes.
Can you humble yourself to enjoy what Jesus enjoyed, Susan's voice? She shares rich wisdom and powerful insights as she challenges you, "Are you waiting on God? Or is He waiting on you?" 65 minutes.
Christ is risen, but we still struggle to live the life God calls us to live and to love others as Jesus calls us to love them.
Message on the importance of Christians seeking after righteousness and being Examples of Righteousness. Righteousness being defined as: the condition acceptable to God, integrity, virtue, purity of life, correctness of thinking, feeling and acting, and life as it should be. Matthew 6:33, 2 Corinthians 5:21. The message ends with an encouragement and challenge to ask the Lord if there are any areas in your life that have become out of balance, specifically idols and time wasters. Be led by the Lord in eliminating or cutting back on the areas He directs.
When you walk in two worlds Hold your head up high When you walk in two worlds Keep your sights to the sky. Remember you’re in this place But of another race You move to a different pace The drumbeat of the sky Walking in two worlds. ~Phil Keaggy
"For with the heart one believes and is justified, and with the mouth one confesses and is saved" Romans 10:10. That's not just saved from hell! But that's also how we get God's good will into the earth. With the mouth one can bring heaven into the earth...or hell, setting the entire course of their life on fire. The power (ability) of life and death is in the tongue. 63 minutes.
There is a constant contrast between light and dark. ALL thanks are due to our God because Cavalry was not the end of the story.
The sacred story that begins in darkness welcomes the Light of the world as the celebrant proclaims, " Alleluia! Christ is Risen!". The night reveals in each of us the tension between faith and doubt; hope and despair; amazement and terror.
A look at the First Good Friday at what was happening between the hours of 12pm and 3pm when the sky turned black.
The consecration of the Baptismal font changed the setting of the regular Wednesday night Holy Eucharist and Holy Unction service. The church gathered in the nave to celebrate the life and ministries of Novie Mitchell Woods and Lucille Wood and to participate in the Holy Eucharist and the healing liturgy. It was a night of intimacy; of light and dark. A time to remember the loving whispers of God as God teaches; a time to remember the intimacy of a meal; a time to remember the horrors of betrayal; and a time to remember and cherish the gift of reconciliation.