Showing messages from the series Go Team!
By Brad Quiring beginning August 27, 2019 The Church: an institution promoting good values, mutual support and community? Any social club or sports team offers the same. The Church is SO MUCH MORE! It is the very presence of Jesus on the Earth. It is the family of God. It is the place where we grow, serve and express our God-given love to one another. It is the place where dedicated followers of Jesus are made. We are a team, united by our faith in Jesus, calling God our Father and powered by the Holy Spirit himself. Go Team!
By Brad Quiring on September 15, 2019
This is the first message from our series, Go Team. The title is "God's Team". Through Jesus Christ, God has created The Church, those who truly believe in and follow Jesus. He brought us together under Jesus in order to be his representatives on the earth for His glory. Ephesians 2:14-22
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...
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 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 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, 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...