God’s mercy, His grace and His love for us are the counterweights that elevate us. We just need to lay our burdens down and enter in
As Christians, what are we planning on passing on to the next generation? Let us be effective in leading by example, continuing to devour the Bible for all it’s worth and serve generationally.
Pastor Neli starts in the Book of 1 Thessalonians as we go through scripture and learn how to control our bodies, love one another and mind our own business when it comes to the lives of others. There is a way we ought to walk and that is not by wanting to please others but a want to please God.
Pastor Sam Webb (Serve on the Apostolic Leadership Team of Every Nation Churches and Ministries as Apostolic Pastors) talks about the importance of family and friends. We are all responsible for our own soul before God. There is no one too far for God’s reach.
Bishop Manny Carlos takes us back to the story of Jonah and his struggles in listening to God. God is a god who speaks and wants to communicate with His people because communication is the essence of relationships.
God wants all nations reached but before we can reach all nations, we as a church must first be fruitful and increase in number because our capacity to impact the world will be dependent on our human resources, manpower resources and financial resources.
Pastor Neli talks about the finished works of Jesus Christ and the true meaning behind one of Jesus’ last words, Tetelestai. Our God is a God that finishes and He wants us to know the invoice of our sin has been paid in full.
Following in the Book of Luke we follow Jesus’ disciples as they show their true identity in the events leading up to the crucifixion of Christ
Follow through the Book of Psalms and track how Jesus knew God with such an intensity that as man chose to acknowledge God was there. With his act upon the cross and his cry out to God, Jesus had been praising God and leading us in worship.
Continue with us this week in our Cross Words series as Pastor Neli talks about being not of this world. We compare the truths of this world to the truths of the Kingdom of Heaven.