Pleasing God, Making Disciples of Jesus Christ

Thought of the day—

The Christian life may be simplified by two commands – ‘Be holy as I am holy’ and ‘Love one another earnestly with brotherly love’. When God saves a soul, He saves that soul from sin to holiness. There will never be a Christian who goes unchanged in their relationship to sin, the world, and holiness. For the believer in Christ, salvation creates a hatred and departure from sin and the world while fostering a love for and pursuit of holiness. And it is in our love and pursuit of holiness we enjoy fellowship with God. Another truth occurs when God saves a soul; the Spirit of God instills a love for other Christians. It is a love that always looks for the good in other believers, seeks to promote the spiritual welfare of other believers, serves the real needs of other believers, and intensely loves the presence and company of other believers for mutual spiritual growth and encouragement (1 Peter 1:16-22).

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Awana Starts Soon!
Kids get excited because all of your Awana favorites are returning this year!

Parents, registration starts soon. Awana Club kick-off date is September 27th. We are also still looking for adult volunteers.

For more information check out our Awana ministry page or call the church office.

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Sermons

A Prayer for Love in Action – Part 2

In this message we enter into our second study of the Apostle Paul’s prayer for the Philippian believers. As we do, our focus has been on the man praying. What made Paul the prayer warrior he was? What moves his heart and shapes his life? Last message, we saw a man who was Christ-centered, Christ-controlled, and Christ-consumed. We will now look into the heart of Paul in his love for the Philippian believers; a love that always leads to praying for others effectively and affectionately.

A Prayer for Love in Action – Part 1

This message continues our journey through the prison prayers of the Apostle Paul by beginning an exploration of Paul’s prayer for the Philippian believers. This prayer is actually an application of knowing Christ’s love from the prayer of Ephesians 3:14-19. In addition, this prayer shows us the mark of genuine love for others; interceding for them with clear purpose and affection. Paul is instructing the Philippian believers and us to put into greater action the love of Christ they are already experiencing.

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