Sermons on Mark
In this uncertain time, we can rest on the fact that God is in control.
Evangelist Alton Beal reminds us that God allows storms in our lives to bring us closer to Him, and that is a beautiful thing.
We finish our Soldiers of Christ, Arise series with a focus on 2 Timothy 2:4.
The state of California has declared war on the gospel of Christ. It is time we resolve anew our commitment and submission to the gospel of Jesus Christ and the Christ of the gospel!
It’s entirely up to us with how we handle the Word of God. Are you faithful with what you have received from the Word of God?
Evangelist Mike Pelletier preached a message about the value of souls and the importance of reaching people no matter who they are.
Pastor Rodgers preached our Resurrection Sunday morning message. The key verse of this message is: Isaiah 53:10: Yet it pleased the Lord to bruise him; he hath put him to grief: when thou shalt make his soul an offering for sin, he shall see his seed, he shall prolong his days, and the pleasure of the Lord shall prosper in his hand.
Pastor Rodgers focuses on the topic of Truth in context of Pontius Pilate when he met Jesus Christ before His crucifixion.
There are times in our lives when we get into a situation that we seem unable to get ourselves out of. However, we can be comforted knowing that God is in control, is with us, and can see things that we cannot see. We need to be able to trust God through ALL circumstances.
When going through challenges people will often call them the “storms of life.” Often it is a time when you feel as if life is out of control. During the storms of life we can often forget God’s promises and/or direction. We need to read our Bibles and remember the promises of God as we endure the storms of life.