When we come to know Christ, it shouldn’t be just a prayer we pray, but an action of pushing everything we have into the center of the table, going ALL IN. In this series we’ll learn how to take our every day lives deeper in relationship with Jesus by trusting Him with it all.
In this first week of our new series "ALL IN", Pastor Brandon dives deep into what real love looks like. Real love isn't an emotion, but a commitment. When we're all in, it doesn't matter what our emotions or circumstances say, we will be all in, at all times for Jesus. Commitment IS the proof of real love.
When something is out of rhythm it doesn't feel or sound good. Our goal as believers should always be that we're in sync with the Father. Are we loving as He loves? Are we forgiving as He forgives? How do we stay in sync with him? All of those questions answered in this week's sermon.
One of the most special days of the year is when we get to honor the Mothers who gave us all life. In this special Mother's Day message, we'll learn how to plant small things in everyday life that will eventually lead to a fuller life in Jesus. Whether that is having more faith, showing more grace, or embracing the raw truths in our lives. Our successes don't come at the end of our journey; They're found in our process.
In this special sermon from Pastor Travis, we learn about our souls and what the bible says about them. How we can go ALL IN passionately pursuing God while finding freedom in every part of our soul.
Renewing our minds daily is a crucial action we must do as followers of Christ. Getting in the word, worship and prayer times are things we need in our walk to help us overcome thoughts that are not of Him. Taking every thought captive, putting them in handcuffs and declaring that we are NOT giving in to thinking that's not of God.
The Bible calls for us to love the Lord with all of our heart, mind, soul, and strength. There's something to being in a healthy physical condition that allows us to serve in a greater capacity than if we are unhealthy. Eating habits, resting habits, and just plain ol' bad habits have a way of keeping us from our peak performance as a Christian. As you listen to this message, evaluate where you could increase your capacity in terms of a healthier life for Christ.