Address This Mess
Week 5 of Series: Restored
Full restoration requires us to participate. God expects us to contribute sweat equity in the transformation process. We can collaborate with the Holy Spirit in restoration. Humility is a key component, cultivated in the spiritual disciplines. This is part of God’s sanctifying work within us.
No Messing Around
Week 4 of Series: Restored
We know we are spiritually alive when we receive Jesus Christ as our Lord and live with an overflow of thanksgiving. This life “in Him” allows us to receive full restoration in Christ!
Bless This Mess
Week 3 of Series: Restored
God is seeking to transform us. It is often hard to make an honest assessment of ourselves, but only when we see who Jesus really is will we understand who we really are. This is the moment when restoration begins. We have to be willing to confess and repent in order to have God work on our souls. So many times, we make excuses because don’t really want to be better.
Who Left The Mess?
Week 2 of Series: Restored
Often we declare ourselves beyond hope at the exact moment that God wants to begin a restoration project. If you have ever thought of giving up on yourself or someone you love, come hear about the way that God is actively seeking to transform our lives.
This Is A Real Mess
Week 1 of Series: Restored
In order to allow God to restore us back into the masterpieces we truly are, we must admit our own sin and deal with the layer of “grime” that is in our lives.
Once a year, our youth take over the Sunday morning services and lead all facets including giving the morning message. This year, our youth gave us messages with a call to action under the theme of “Do Something”.
The Voice of Forgiveness Over Judgment
Week 5 of Series: His Voice
Encountering Jesus means that we have to reject Satan’s lies that we are beyond hope and worthy of condemnation. The world tries to convince us that we cannot change and that we are unworthy of grace. We can always repent of poor life choices and we can be restored if we have the courage to embrace a new way.