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What are you Geared for?

Years ago, some cars had a 3 speed on the column. Interestingly enough, these drove pretty well.
This got me thinking about Christians and how they might be geared.
They may be geared for negative expectancy, or they may be geared for neutral expectancy.
But, God says you’re to expect great things coming up […]

By |May 21st, 2018|Pastor's Blog|0 Comments

Thoughts on Leadership

John Stott said, “The authority by which the Christian leader leads is not power but love, not force but example, not coercion but reasoned persuasion. Leaders have power but power is safe only in the hands of those who humble themselves to serve.

This thought is expressed many times in scripture:

Matthew 20:26 But among you it […]

By |January 10th, 2018|Pastor's Blog|1 Comment

Praying Petitions when our Heart Cry is Communion

Many times we find ourselves begging, pleading, and crying out to God over a given need or desire. We use Scripture like 1 Corinthians 2:9 to justify our lack of understanding of God’s will over these given areas of our lives.

No eye has seen, no ear has heard,
    and no mind has imagined
what God […]

By |December 22nd, 2017|Pastor's Blog|1 Comment

Have We Left Our First Love?

As we study the book of Revelation, we ask ourselves, does Jesus’ correction of the Ephesian church apply to our own hearts today?

Click the link below for a list of evidences that our once passionate burning love has waned.

—–>  40EvidencesLeftFirst Love

By |August 15th, 2017|Pastor's Blog|0 Comments

Fabulous Outpourings – Flourishing in the House of God

Kenneth Copeland has said of 2017 that it will be a year of fabulous outpourings. Jerry Savelle sees the faithful flourishing in 2017. Today as I was studying the word I ran into Psalm 92, verses 13-15, and thought of the Father’s heart toward His kids. It says that those that are planted in the house […]

By |February 20th, 2017|Blog, Pastor's Blog|0 Comments

According To Your Faith…

Matt 9:27-31
Two Blind Men came to Jesus crying out and saying “have mercy on us.” Jesus questioned them and asked “do you believe that I’m able to do this?” Their answer was a resounding “Yes Lord!”
Verse 29 says he touched their eyes and said “according to your faith be it unto you.” Then their eyes […]

By |January 17th, 2017|Pastor's Blog|0 Comments

Looking Forward to 2017 – A Prophetic Vision

Two separate ministries that are close to our hearts have received prophetic words for the coming year.
We are standing with them, believing and praying that 2017 will be a year like we have never seen.
Join us in agreeing with this prophetic vision! -Visit the links below to get full videos

By |January 9th, 2017|News & Information|0 Comments

Happy Birthday!

On a day when we are celebrating our pastor, he is celebrating the gifts of the Holy Spirit that flow so freely. Join him in making these faith statements, knowing that our God is big enough to make us exactly into the character of Christ.


The effects of the Holy Spirit at my age are tremendous.


By |December 29th, 2016|Pastor's Blog|0 Comments

Kicking off the Christmas Season with Steve Desmond

We will have Steve Desmond as a special guest to kick off our Christmas season. Come join us on December 11th at 10am!

About Steve Desmond:

Steve Desmond is a Christian vocalist from Greeley Colorado, who performs concerts and speaks in hundreds of venues across the nation’s mid-west.  His musical styles vary widely, ranging from Contemporary Praise & Worship, to Country…Southern Gospel, and Classical […]

By |November 11th, 2016|News & Information|0 Comments

Jump In the River

Once Again Enjoying His wonderful wholesome word. Herein the concept always lies of really getting in the flow of God’s river.  Some stay away from the river, not understanding that what they’re so busy chasing is actually in that river. Others come close or get in slightly; if the bank is not steep. But, in […]

By |April 15th, 2016|Pastor's Blog|0 Comments