Showing messages with topic of Peace
By Brad Quiring on February 11, 2018
Romans 12:17-21. Jesus came to bring peace. Peace between people and God and peace between people. Since Adam and Eve's fall, conflict and unhealthy, unhelpful competition has existed between people. God sent Jesus to bring His peace to those who believe in Christ. This peace is not just the absence of conflict, "agreeing to disagree" or "let's just all get...
By Brad Quiring on December 3, 2017
Is peace merely the absence of conflict or is it something deeper? We seek peace on an international level and on the family level. We are even seeking peace within ourselves. We don’t want a lull in the battle, we want a life of true calm, tranquility and security. God promised that he would send someone who is described...
By Brad Quiring on July 30, 2017
Romans 8:28. All things work together for “good”: ACCORDING TO GOD’S PLAN FOR US. The entire universe has been affected by sin. Nothing truly works right in this creation because we have chosen to be slaves to sin, therefore God subjected everything to frustration and loss. This is a direct consequence of a sinful nature and sinful actions. Yet all...
By Don James on June 26, 2016
Don & Victoria James from Bridges for Peace will be our guests as they talk about God working in Israel and the Jews to supply needs and find true peace.
By Brad Quiring on March 27, 2016
Resurrection Sunday. Where is peace found? Peace is found through the One who is our Peace. He was broken so we could be made whole. He received His life back so we could have His life and peace with God. Join us to celebrate the peace found in Jesus Christ who rose from the dead. Twitter and Facebook #ALBCMissingPeace
By Brad Quiring on March 25, 2016
Broken peace. Broken bread. Broken body. Through Jesus’ own broken body, God’s peace came to us. Twitter and Facebook #ALBCMissingPeace
By Brad Quiring on March 20, 2016
Centuries before his arrival, Jesus was prophesied to be the Prince of Peace. The Jewish people were under the heavy boot of the Roman conquerors. Jesus rode up to the capital city of Jerusalem as the Prince of Peace. Who would not want this peace? His own people did not receive him and he was rejected. We are under the...