The tighter we hold onto life, the harder it will be to let go. The believer sees death as a graduation, not the end!
Speaker: Chris Brown
Scripture: Matthew 6:19-21, Genesis 3:11-24, Romans 5:12, Romans 6:23, Colossians 3:1
Topic: Death and Dying
God's perfect world is broken because of man's sin. Relationships are dysfunctional, cultures are oppressed, God is no longer in constant communion with man. God promises redemption and restoration through Jesus Christ. Through Him, we who believe will enjoy a new heaven and a new earth.
Speaker: Jeff Jones
Scripture: Genesis 2 - 3, Romans 8:15-29, Acts 3:21, Revelation 22:3, Revelation 21:1-7
God's presence with man revealed in Christ is traced throughout scripture. God's call in the Garden, the Tabernacle, the Temple, and the saints remind us that He is with us to care for us and save us.
Speaker: Stanley Toussaint
Scripture: Genesis 3:8-9, Genesis 28:12-16, Exodus 13:21, Exodus 15:17, Exodus 25:8-9
Topic: The Birth of Christ
Making praise a habit touches the heart of God and reminds us that we have a give and take love relationship with Him. A life of worship requires us to actively participate to express our gratitude, adoration, affection, appreciation, respect and love. In the midst of our praise, we are also refreshed and reminded of God’s intimate care.
Speaker: Jack Schull
Scripture: John 4:3, John 4:21-22, Genesis 1 - 3, Romans 1:21-25
God's grand design for man in the garden was "very good." His plan was to lead man as rulers in the Garden to become kings and queens in eternity. The middle, or "bad" part of our journey here on earth is on-the-job training for heaven. The individual ingredients of our lives may taste awful, but in the hands of the Master Chef, they become delicious! PLEASE WAIT FOR VIDEO TO...
Speaker: Roger Barrier
Scripture: Genesis 1 - 3, Romans 8:28, Philippians 4:13, Hebrews 12:1-3