By Brad Quiring on February 16, 2020
By Brad Quiring on February 9, 2020
Then Jesus declared, ‘I am the bread of life. He who comes to me will never go hungry, and he who believes in me will never be thirsty.’” (John 6:35) Like in many cultures, bread was a staple in the diet of the Jewish people, and when Jesus said that He was the “bread of life,” He was saying that, as...
By Brad Quiring on January 26, 2020
Grace and Mercy come from God, we still battle with sin and yet, God, in his grace and mercy, comes to us personally and eternally to keep us on track. Galatians 5:16-25 tells us how to "walk in the Spirit", which means we are to completely surrender and submit to God's way in our lives. Walking in the Spirit is...
By Brad Quiring on January 19, 2020
"But, I Have a Sin Problem." The previous two weeks had to do with grace, mercy and forgiveness through Jesus Christ's person and work. It seems that we should be in perfectly condition now. But, we keep sinning? Is it just me? Even the Apostle Paul recognized that we continue to battle with our sin. In Romans 7:14-25 we find...
By Brad Quiring on January 12, 2020
"Because you're forgiven". It is continuing from the message on the 5th of, "Be Better". 1 John 1:5-2:4 says we're in fellowship with God and with other, cleansed from our sins and having a strong testimony because we're forgiven through the work of Jesus Christ. All of His work results in us being forgiven.
By Brad Quiring on January 5, 2020
It's the New Year. Time to make some resolutions. The resolutions inevitably are to make you a better person. So you DO lots in order to BE a better person. Unfortunately we fail. Why? Because we are not the people we need to BE in order to DO things well. Only God can change us...and He will, through all...
By Brad Quiring on December 22, 2019
From darkness in our thinking to clarity about the truth of Jesus. Every person is unclear about Jesus, the Bible, The Holy Spirit and God. We are constantly unsure of right and wrong, good and evil. Some live as if ignorance is bliss while others spin their mental wheels trying to figure it all out. This darkness in our thinking...
By Brad Quiring on December 15, 2019
From sinful actions to righteous actions in Jesus. The coming of Jesus is the greatest act of greatest good. Because of Jesus, light fills our lives and we then act according to Jesus' Light, rather than the darkness of our old life. Psalm 82:5, Romans 8:11-14
By Brad Quiring on December 8, 2019
At Christmas time, one of the most famous ancient prophetic Bible verses we read comes from Isaiah 9:2, where the prophet says that the people walking in darkness have seen a great light. What is darkness? What is light? #albcgreatlight
By Brad Quiring on December 1, 2019
Three people chosen by God. Three invitations from God. Three responses to God. The invitations and how they responded directly affect us today. The same invitation is made by God to us. How will we respond? #albcgreatlight
By Uwe Betzing on November 24, 2019
Guest speaker Uwe Betzing helps us understand how we can have joy and peace because God is in control.
By Richard Quiring on November 17, 2019
It's important to associate with Godly people. Just as important, we must BE Godly people. What are the criteria and how do we get there? Pastor Richard Quiring takes us through Psalm 15 to show what it is to be a Godly person.
By Bill Ehlers on November 10, 2019
Bill Ehlers is our guest speaker. Exodus 17:8-16 Intercessory and prevailing prayer. Why should we pray and does God really care?
By Jason Ryan on November 3, 2019
Jason Ryan of Voice of the Martyrs Canada is back as our guest speaker for this important day. It is a day to focus on believers who are suffering and dying for their faith. It is a reminder of our responsibility to pray, support financially and be prepared for opposition to the gospel. A call to bravery and love of...
By Bill Ehlers on October 27, 2019
Romans 8:28 is probably the second most well-known and used verse in the evangelical Christian's Bible vocabulary. The big question is beyond do we know what it means. The biggest question is, do we believe it to be absolutely true in our lives and in the lives of others. Bill Ehlers presents us with this challenge to help us understand what...
By Brad Quiring, Stu Streeter on October 20, 2019
Ephesians 4:11-13 shows that Jesus Christ is like the "Head Coach" of the church. Jesus plans and directs how we operate in the world as individual believers and as a whole church family. Jesus also made leaders part of the team. These leaders are people in the church who exercise their gifts and abilities to help guide the church along...
By Brad Quiring on October 13, 2019
The Bible is God’s inspired Word and our foundation for living. Biblical preaching and teaching are means by which we achieve deeper Bible knowledge and should result in transformed lives.
By Brad Quiring on October 6, 2019
From our series, "Go Team", the title is Good Teammates (Authentic Relationships). Christ established His Church as a community of believers, who care for and nurture each other in their faith. Our focus is on Ephesians 4:1-6 where we are reminded to be fully dedicated to and supportive of one another in Christ's love because we were called by One...
By Danny MacKay on September 29, 2019
God has commissioned us to proclaim the Gospel to the lost and to make disciples who will grow in Christian maturity, able to evangelize and disciple others. Special guest speaker, Danny McKay (Equip)
By Brad Quiring on September 22, 2019
God invites us to pray. Prayer is the cornerstone of our involvement in God’s will and His mission. On our part it is an act of faith and obedience. Jesus illustrated this in a powerful and somewhat humorous parable in Luke 18:1-8, where God calls us to passionately plead our case before him, knowing that He cares about us...