The gospel is the story of God’s forgiveness, but why did God sacrifice His Son to accomplish this forgiveness? God saw that the only solution to this problem is that He himself must pay the penalty for our sins.
There are some invaluable lessons that God desires to teach us but they can only be learned in the silence and solitude of the wilderness. Listen as the man after God’s own heart reveals the heart of God to all who seek Him.
In the chaos of life, God does not call us to take control of what we believe His plan for us to be, but to yield control to Him and grow in our faith through a posture of patience, waiting and trusting in Him.
How has your faith played a role in processing your pain? Do you know how to lament in the Lord? To lament is to honestly acknowledge and express our emotions to God and seek God’s understanding and help in processing the pain of our past.
We need to deal with our emotions because they are the most honest windows into our hearts and through lament we are able to express our pain, sorrow, fear, anger, or grief to God. The following message was given by Pastor Steve Lee and is entitled “Lament” and comes from 2 Samuel 1. It comes from our sermon series on the life …
In the messiness and chaos of life in a fallen world, God is still able to accomplish his will. The following message was given by Pastor Steve Lee and is entitled “God in the Mess” and comes from 1 Samuel 27-30. It comes from our sermon series on the life of David entitled, “After God’s Heart”.
The fool lives life with no acknowledgement of God in any of his or her choices and begets greater foolishness, but God often offers us the protection of his wisdom through the counsel of others. The following message was given by Pastor Steve Lee and is entitled “Playing the Fool” and comes from 1 Samuel 25. It comes from our sermon series …
The following message was given by Pastor Chris Kim and is entitled “Trusting God’s Justice” and comes from Psalm 17. It comes from our sermon series on the life of David entitled, “After God’s Heart”.
We need wilderness experiences to grow, but simply going through a wilderness experience doesn’t guarantee growth. God used the wilderness to retrain David’s eyes to see a world in which He is everywhere and in total control. The following message was given by Pastor Steve Lee and is a part of our sermon series on the Life of David.