In Corinthians 11:23 we read,”…that the Lord Jesus in the night in which He was betrayed…”. It has become synonymous with the lords Supper, but we can’t forget that the night of the Last Supper was a night of betrayal by those who were closest to Jesus. In this Maundy Thursday message find out how we like the Apostles have betrayed Jesus.
Almost 2000 years ago Jerusalem asked the question, “Who is this?” referring to Jesus as He rode into the city. The answer to this question is the central teaching of Christianity and how you answer it determines and guides how you live out your faith. This sermon begs the question, “Who do you say that … Read More
Offense causes so much wounding, strife and division and while we expect the world to operate under offense, it has been one of the single most divisive things in the church. So how do we live void of offense? How do we not offend others and how do we not become offended? Find out in this … Read More
One of Satan’s favorite tricks is to deceive the church, bringing divisions and a variety of troubles. Paul reminds us that a healthy church is one that can discern what is Godly and what is not and who chooses to fill itself with the weightier things of God. Find out what Biblical discernment is and how to become more discerning in this message.
What is the Apostle Paul referring to in Philippians when he says “Real Knowledge”? Find out what Real Knowledge is and how it can transform your faith and life.
The first character trait that Paul points out is Love. It is the foundation for everything the church does and it will distinguish a church as genuine in the end times.
We need to understand that in order for the church to accomplish the Lord’s mission that it is the Character of God’s people that will empower us to accomplish it. We cannot continue to bend towards an ever increasing Godless culture, we need to set a bar that is based on God’s hope for us. … Read More
If going for revival is truly our mission, how do we begin the process of birthing a move of God in our community? Pastor Brad Stroetz identifies 3 areas in our lives that will move us past being good church goers and move us into being a church of doers.
The greatest thing that transforms mankind is the power of God’s love. In this sermon, Colleen Stroetz, uses the story of Hosea to show just how far God will go to get us back and just how much He loves even the worst of sinners.