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Risky Faith

By Brad Quiring on February 25, 2018

Genesis 22: God tested Abraham’s faith. This great test seemed to carry so many risks, but in the end, it was Abraham who grew to be as God had called him.

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Commitment: Commitment to God

By Brad Quiring on January 7, 2018

My commitment to God is based on His covenant with me. I will seek to dedicate myself to Him with my whole heart and show that commitment through following His will and way. Colossians 2:16-17; 2 Timothy 2:22; Deuteronomy 10:14-15

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International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church

By Jason Ryan on November 12, 2017

We are so pleased to partner with Voice of the Martyrs Canada once again to learn about and pray for persecuted Christians around the world. There are many countries where people have been imprisoned and killed for their faith in Jesus. It is illegal to even be a Christian. Please join us not just to be educated, but to consider...

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Only: Sola Fide - Only Faith

By Brad Quiring on October 8, 2017

Ephesians 2:8 says, “For by grace you have been saved through faith, and that not of yourselves; it is the gift of God.” We are saved through faith in Jesus Christ alone. We are saved by believing and placing our trust in the person and work of Jesus Christ as revealed in the Bible. We are saved by faith, not by...

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Prayer: The Attitude of the Action

By Brad Quiring on September 17, 2017

Prayer is a key part of being a follower of God. In fact, from what we see in the Old and New Testaments, prayer is essential. We cannot call ourselves believers in Jesus or followers of God without incorporating prayer as a priority action in our life. It is an action, but there is an attitude behind it. Jesus addresses...

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Ignite!: Igniting Spiritual Victory

By Brad Quiring on May 21, 2017

Acts 13:4-12. Under the direction of the Holy Spirit, Paul, Barnabas and John Mark were sent by the church in Antioch to go into the world to preach the message of Jesus. Their first destination was the Mediterranean island of Cyprus which was Barnabas' home. They proclaimed Jesus and taught the Bible. Their audience included a government official. Their audience...

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Ignite!: Igniting Faith, Power and Peace

By Brad Quiring on March 26, 2017

Acts 12:1-19. The Church that Jesus had established was growing by leaps and bounds. Despite brutal opposition, the numbers and dedication of the followers of Jesus was growing beyond control. King Herod decided it was time to cut off the head of this "monster" that plagued him and the Jewish religious leaders. He killed the apostle, pastor and leader James...

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Are You Really a Christian?

By Kevin Trembley on February 19, 2017

Kevin has preached all over southern Manitoba, challenging people in the church to seriously consider the message and Truth of the Bible and Jesus Christ. It’s more than an intellectual exercise, it is a truth which is to be lived out in your daily life. Read ahead to Matthew 7 and ask yourself, “Am I really a follower of Jesus...

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Holy: A Holy People

By Brad Quiring on January 29, 2017

God is Holy. God is separate, unique, perfect and powerful. He is above and beyond all creation. We are not God, but we are created in God's image. Because we are God's image bearers, God has called us to be holy as He is holy. We are separate, unique and not of this world because of our faith in Jesus....

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All I Want for Christmas: The Gift We Can Pass On to Others

By Brad Quiring on December 25, 2016

There are Christmas gifts that always fit. They are the gifts we receive from God through His ultimate gift of Jesus. The gift of time, kindness, encouragement, appreciation and love. Most of all we are to give the gift of the message of salvation through faith in Jesus. Have you received this gift? Are you ready to give it to...

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The Unlikely Suspects: Amos: The Most Unlikely

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...

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The Unlikely Suspects: The Faith-Full Friends

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.

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Baptism Celebration

By Brad Quiring on July 31, 2016

Join us this for a celebration as followers of Jesus share their story of God’s work in their lives and then illustrate the great truth of the Gospel through baptism.

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The Unlikely Suspects: The Unlikely Suspects: Obadiah, Risky Business

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...

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The Unlikely Suspects: The Unlikely Suspects: Enoch, the Walker

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

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Forward from Here: Forward in Power

By on May 29, 2016

Forward in Power – Acts 3 – 4:22 The power of Jesus working through the believers in healing, in preaching the Word of God and in standing up for their faith in Christ. This same power is still available to us. It changes our lives and brings attention to Christ and His Church.

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Lessons In-Between: What Goes Up Will Come Back for our Good

By on May 1, 2016

The ascension of Jesus to Heaven has a very brief mention in the Bible, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t important. The moment Jesus went to Heaven it started a chain of events that will be fulfilled when Jesus comes back. This event is critical to our very lives, faith and hope. Jesus did go up to Heaven....

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Lessons In-Between: Lesson in Faith

By Brad Quiring on April 10, 2016

Lesson in Faith, John 20:24-29. Some people just have to see it to believe it. Thomas had some struggles with believing Jesus all throughout his time with the Master. Now this crazy story of a resurrected Jesus from his companions and those ladies was just too much. Thomas demanded the proof and Jesus delivered with an encounter which finally brought...

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Lessons In-Between: Lessons in the Whole Picture

By Brad Quiring on April 3, 2016

Luke 24:36-49. The eleven remaining disciples of Jesus were hiding out. Hiding out of fear of the Jewish religious leaders who had Jesus killed were after them, next. They were hiding in their shock and grief over the events of Jesus’ brutal murder. All they had hoped for and dreamed was gone. Then Jesus appeared to them! He came to...

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Focus: Focus on Our Suffering

By Brad Quiring on February 21, 2016

There are few topics in life and in the Bible that can bring about heavy discussion and strong opinions as the topic of suffering. This subject can draw people together or it can drive them apart. Some have chosen to reject God due to suffering in the world and in their own lives. Others are drawn closer to God and...

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