"Indescribable" is a series on praise. God lives in our praise. God loves our praise. When we choose to wear the garment of praise, our Heavenly Father lifts our spirits and gives us a new perspective. We can live a life of hope and joy.
Type: Bible Study
Scripture: Deuteronomy 10:14-22, Psalm 22:3, Psalm 30:6-12, Psalm 73, Psalm 100
Celebration is about spiritually savoring all of who God is, all that He has done. It is all about the joy available to us and the connections we have with others. Celebration is God's promise that pulls us forward and assures us that we have a secure future in Him. We must savor Him and all His gifts with a grateful heart.
Speaker: Jack Schull
Scripture: Psalm 118:24, Nehemiah 8:9-12, 1 Thessalonians 5:16, Deuteronomy 16, Nehemiah 8:9-11
We can be free from anxiety and aloneness because we have access to the throne room of God and His gifts of peace and joy. We must live with the anticipation and awareness that God is at work.
Speaker: Jack Schull
Scripture: Philippians 4:4-9, Matthew 7:11, Matthew 28:20, Psalm 91:1-2, Psalm 91:4
We all have up and down days. God wants us to rejoice together and comfort each other when we are hurting. Comforters come uninvited, openly express the depths of their feelings, listen intently and walk with others through the darkest times.
Speaker: Julie Barrier, Brianna Barrier Wetherbee
Scripture: Romans 12:15, Matthew 26:36-44
Peter emphasizes the paradox of experiencing joy in the midst of suffering. We can know God's grace and peace when we suffer for His name and live in the hope of our salvation.
Speaker: Stanley Toussaint
Scripture: 1 Peter 1:6-9, Matthew 5:11-12, Acts 5:40, Acts 16:22-25, 2 Corinthians 6:10
Job received four priceless blessings from God: his possessions were doubled, his relatives and friends rendered support, he had more children and he received the patriarchal blessing of a long and happy life. His suffering was turned to glory. And such is ours when we are committed to Christ...at any price.
Speaker: Roger Barrier
Scripture: Job 42:10-17, Job 23:10, Job 16:1-5, Job 2:3, Job 2:9
Celebrate the unique differences in personality which define us as married couples. For instance, introverts and extroverts can bring balance to a relationship. To understand our partners is to value and cherish them spiritually, emotionally and physically. God wants joy to be part of marriage.
Speaker: Glenn Barteau
Scripture: Song of Solomon 4:1-8, Isaiah 62:5, Philippians 1:3-5, Proverbs 5:18-19
"After saying these things, Jesus was troubled in his spirit, and testified, “Truly, truly, I say to you, one of you will betray me.” 22 The disciples looked at one another, uncertain of whom he spoke." John 21-22 The very thought that someone from his most intimate circle of disciples could betray him gave Jesus what the Gospel calls “trouble in his spirit.” Judas Iscariot...
Author: Eli Lyzorkin-Eyzenberg
Topic: Preaching & Teaching
Preach It, Teach It has presented various discussions regarding the issue of homosexuality. Tom Terry, seasoned author, is presenting his own view on the volatile issue of gay discrimination. What is your view? There has been a recent national discussion regarding religious discrimination and homosexuality. The most recent debate centered on a bill passed by the Arizona...
Author: Tom Terry
Topic: Church and Culture
Dear Roger, Now we have the results: the President has made a bold move to protect Israel. It seems to me that a lot of older Christians have an unhealthy obsession with Israel. They view the country as sacred, and support it both politically and financially. I've always believed that since God created everything no part of creation is more holy than another, and that...
Type: Ask Roger
Author: Roger Barrier