From time to time I get the honor of teaching during our Sunday Morning Services. I truly enjoy experiencing God’s Word with others and seeing the “light bulbs go off ” as the Holy Spirit shows them something new. I’m not a fan of self-promotion, but I also don’t want to prevent others from growing and learning. I hope these are encouraging and challenging! Enjoy!
Family Matters Pt 1 – Why your marriage matters (May 20, 2018)
The second most important relationship you will ever have is with your spouse. Genesis says that the two become one. The One we are to help each other become like is Jesus Christ. How well are you doing in helping your spouse become more like their Savior? If your dating, engaged, or married watch this with your “other one.”
Family Matters Pt 2 – Why parenting matters (May 27, 2018)
Being a parent is much harder than what we remember our parents making it look. Our greatest responsibility as parents to help our kids grow from relying on us to to relying on God. That begins with them seeing us model love and obedience first.
Baggage (April 14, 2018)
TSA’s job is to make sure we’re not carrying things with us on our journey that might keep us and others from reaching our destination. Jesus wants to check our bags to make sure we’re not hiding anything that will keep us from our destiny. Let’s learn a lesson from King Saul who found himself hiding in the baggage when it was time for him to step up.
Fulfilling your life’s mission pt 3 (Jan. 15, 2017)
As followers of Jesus, part of our mission is not just to live an enriched life, but to enrich the lives of those around us. Let’s find out how together!
Fulfilling your life’s mission pt 4 (Jan. 22, 2017)
Jesus didn’t come to be served, but to be a servant all. The disciples had a hard time understanding this and we still do today. One of the greatest fulfilments you can have is serving in HIS church.
From this day forward pt 1 (Oct. 11, 2015)
Are you tired of seeing marriages around you crumble? Maybe yours is one of those. In part 1 of this series, we discover where our focus should actually be. This helps take the pressure off you and your spouse from trying to be “The One.”