2020 was quite the year. Some would consider it to be one of the worst years yet. But we have GOOD news: God is not done with us. He is good in all of His ways and He will work all things together for good! Take a listen as guest speaker, Pastor Brian Jennings, shares a beautiful word about crossing …
What’s hurting when you’re in depression? What do you do if you’re depressed? Do you wish you had hope in your situation? Depression is the sickness of your SOUL. Your soul is your mind, your will, and your emotions. Listen to this message as Pastor Vasiliy shares encouraging words to help you through what you’re going through.
Will you honor people even though you had a bad first impression? Will you honor them if maybe you haven’t connected all of the dots to their character or personality?
I define true Godly honor as: honoring the Holy Spirit inside of people.
How to gain perspective when feeling under-appreciated or overlooked.
Pastor Ilya brought an encouraging word about the importance of having vision in your life through faith.
One of my favorite memes about 2020 is that the events have played out like a story written by a 4th grader: “There was this virus. And everyone was scared. And then the world ran out of toilet paper, yeah, and then there was no school for like a month and then it snowed! But the craziness didn’t stop there: …
Pastor Ilya gave an encouraging message on how to practically have faith in seasons of fear and uncertainty.
Pastor Vlad preached a compelling message about how no matter what we face God is able, but if not, He is still faithful.
Zack continued the sermon series, “Embrace Grace” he spoke on how we are all born short and in order to grow we must keep trusting Jesus for true life transformation.
As we think about a variety of landscapes that God takes us through in the Christian life, we consider the detour. Detours come in many different shapes and sizes, but all of them share one thing in common: We didn’t see them coming. They catch us off-guard, leaving us frustrated, confused, curious, even heart-broken. We question why things had to …
This week, Pastor Vladimir Savchuk shares a message about faith, hope and love.