Managing Hard Times

Contrary to popular belief in some Christian circles, life can be pretty harsh to us. This sermon will attempt to give us tools to manage life when it is not working the way we think it should and is even downright harmful.

Where's The Hope?

How would you define hope? What is the greatest source of hope in your life? Have you lost hope lately? Jesus an brings hope to anyone who is ready to receive it. Sinners sometimes are more honest about their condition than religious leaders. The hope of Jesus comes with healing and can restore lives.

Hard Hearts Are Changing

What is a hard heart? What makes hard hearts change? What are new affections? God moves our hearts and transforms our affections. God’s love brings families together. God gives hope in the darkest moments of life.

Why The Preparation?

How ready are you for Jesus to return? Why is preparation important? What changes would improve your life? Purity and repentance make room for God’s presence in our lives. Generosity changes lives and builds God’s kingdom. Humility and serving display the love and character of Jesus.

Where's The Leadership?

How would you define leadership? What are the most important characteristics of a solid leader? How can you grow in your influence? The character of a leader is formed by having a healthy reverence for God. Being a good steward of your influence will lead to transformed lives. A dependable leader has relationships that are consistent, intentional, and inspiring.

Where's The Love?

Here are some reflection questions designed to how you draw near to God: 1) Are you defining God’s love based on your expectations about life or refusing to take His love for granted?   2) Are you questioning or believing what God is clearly communicating?   3) Are you bringing God leftovers or joyfully offering your best? 

Building God's Temple In the 21st Century America

In obedience to God's call through Haggai, the Jews built & dedicated the 2nd temple.  However, those who were old enough to have seen Solomon's temple were totally discouraged and wept because the second temple looked very insignificant compared to the magnitude of the first temple.  Then, the prophet Haggai proclaimed God's message to these people not to lose heart and to stand strong (2:1-5). A messianic prophecy of God's glory is also proclaimed in conjunction with the building of the temple. Today's message is about how we can apply Haggai's message as such to ourselves living in 21st century America.

God Speaks and Stirs You

What is God’s plan? How does He mobilize His people? What vision has God placed in your heart? There is a calling on your life to build in specific ways. The calling is full of love and will includes sacrifice. The calling involves a community of people and a quality of work. The calling of God is God's presence as He stirs your spirit and equips you.

Betrayal vs Loyalty

Have you ever had a friend who deeply disappointed you? Has it happened with your family? How do you recover during those times? Jesus is loyal to you. Your relationship with Jesus will shape every relationship you have. God gives you love, discernment, and grace every day. May we be faithful and reject betrayal.

God Sings Over You

What is your perception about how God sees you? Have you ever seen a parent singing over their child? How can God quiet you with his love? God loves you. God is with you. God strengthens you. God sings over you. God delights in you. These powerful truths are the basis of a healthy identity and a secure relationship.

Humility vs Pride

What is pride? When is it unhealthy? How are self-centeredness and arrogance deceiving and unfulfilling? Pride and shame are inseparable and cruel. They are not from God, and we often have more of them than we realize. Jesus wants to set us free so that we can worship God and love our neighbors.

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