Showing messages from the series The Unlikely Suspects
By beginning July 3, 2016 The Bible has many stories of real people in real situations. Some of these have failed, some have experienced great victories. The lessons we learn are to be applied to our lives. For those of us who have grown up in church and with the Bible, we have some key people we know from the Bible. But there are many others that we seem to overlook. Their stories and the lessons are just as valuable for us. Join us this summer to explore some of the more “unlikely suspects” of the Bible.
By on July 3, 2016
Enoch walked faithfully with God. What does that look like? It means he had a walk directed by the Holy Spirit that resulted in a lifestyle pleasing to God and helpful to others. Galatians 5:16-25
By Brad Quiring on July 10, 2016
In a time of open and violent hostility against the followers of God, Obadiah, a high ranking official in King Ahab’s court risked not just his career, but his very life to ensure that God’s servants, the prophets, were kept safe. How far does your faith in and obedience to God take you? What can you do, now,...
By on July 10, 2016
In a time of open and violent hostility against the followers of God, Obadiah, a high ranking official in King Ahab's court risked not just his career, but his very life to ensure that God's servants, the prophets, were kept safe. How far does your faith in and obedience to God take you? What can you do, now, to take...
By Brad Quiring on July 24, 2016
1 Timothy 3:14-15, "But as for you, continue in what you have learned and firmly believed. You know those who taught you, and you know that from childhood you have known the sacred Scriptures, which are able to give you wisdom for salvation through faith in Christ Jesus." So, who taught Timothy this from childhood? His grandma and mom. Learn about...
By Brad Quiring on August 7, 2016
Levi (Matthew), the cheating rat tax-collector, met Jesus and left everything to follow him. So, how does he celebrate his newfound faith and life? He throws a party for Jesus and invites every “undesirable” and unsavoury character to meet Jesus. And Jesus loved it! Join us this Sunday to learn about evangelism like you’ve never thought could be.
By Brad Quiring on August 14, 2016
Don’t think that the great preachers and Bible teachers have the corner on the market when it comes to influence in life and society.You have a talent? You good with your hands? Do you put it to use for the benefit of others because you love Jesus and them? You will rock their world and change their lives....
By Brad Quiring on August 21, 2016
How far will your faith take you? For some friends of a paralyzed man, they literally dug a hole to get their friend to Jesus. In seeing their faith, Jesus didn't just heal a man of his physical condition, he healed the man of his ultimate sickness: sin. The only way to deal with sin is through faith.
By Brad Quiring on August 28, 2016
What is your excuse? I’m not _____________________ (prepared, trained, taught, knowledgeable, mentored, choose an excuse). Amos was a farmer. Not a prophet. His dad was a farmer, not a prophet. Yet God chose Amos to speak to the king and all the people. He made no excuse nor apology when challenged by the highest religious leader of the land. Amos...