The stores are already preaching their “gospel” in advance of Christmas. Remy opens this new series to tell a better story and help people worship God and not goods this Advent season. In part one, he takes a fresh look at God’s call to Mary and shows how God calls us all to the same thing.
Amy Burns challenges us to live a life that tells a compelling story. She uses her own life story and how she and her husband have chosen to adopt two children as an example.
After reading about all of Samson’s failures, you’d assume that he was a washout. There was no chance for a comeback. But with God’s grace, there is always another chance. Learn five steps Samson took to make an eleventh hour comeback.
Few people destroy their lives with one really bad decision. Most often destruction comes after a series of small choices. Part Three looks at the four choices Samson made that led to his destruction; a powerful warning to everyone.
Last week we saw how lust and pride undermined Samson’s success. This week Remy looks at Samson’s uncontrolled anger.
Samson was the greatest leader…that never was. His character flaws sabotaged his great potential. Remy starts this new series and looks at two fatal flaws in Samson that serve as a warning to all of us.
In this final message on the vision and values of Cedarbrook, Remy discusses the five values that guide our decision making process.
Remy continues to share the vision of Cedarbrook in this message. He discusses the number one inviolable value of the church: reaching others.
Remy closes out this series with a look at serving others. Could finding true purpose and meaning in life be as simple as serving others? Then why has the church done it’s best to avoid it?
How can we tell if we are growing in our faith? Pastor Sten takes a look at benchmarks that we can use to identify if we are truly growing during our walk with Jesus.