Evangelist Dave Young preaches the glory and power of the Cross from Philippians 2 in salvation as well as for sanctification.
Pastor Hager describes Pauls desire for the church from Philippians 1 as seen through his prayer for growth in each believer.
Pastor Hager preaches from Philippians 3, reminding us that we have new life in Christ and are bought by the love of Jesus. He then challenges believers to live a life that would show what Christ has done for us, and to build a strong fellowship with Jesus Christ to the glory of God.
Pastor Phil Gingery preaches a simple message outlining basic principles of Biblical discernment. He reminds us that discernment is a decision we choose to make to follow the Bible and the leading of the Holy Spirit in our lives, both in doctrine as well as in everyday Christian living.
Pastor Hager preaches from Philippians 1 on “The Finishing Work Of Christ In Us”. He explains how when Christ’s love has been completed in us, we will be sincere and without offence with abounding love, and our fruitful lifestyle will be evident.
Pastor Hager preaches a message based out of Philippians 3, presenting to us the goals of Paul. He shows how Paul’s primary goal was to have a personal and powerful relationship with God and how he was surrendered to let God work in and through him. He points out that that is where every believer […]
Pastor Hager preaches a message from Philippians 1, pointing out how when we increase in prayer, discernment and knowledge, our love for God abounds more and we bear more fruit. He encourages us to make request with joy on the behalf of others, so their love will abound more toward God also.
Missionary Kevin Jones preaches from various epistles, asking the church to pray for their spiritual renewal, financial security, and boldness in proclamation of the gospel.
Evangelist Chris Miller preaches a powerful message from Philippians 4:13, challenging believers with the truth of Christ in me. He teaches us that because of what we have in Christ, we can do all that we aught to do, all that we do not want to do, and all that we cannot do in practical Christian living.