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What is peace? The world has many definitions of what it is, but can we truly know peace apart from a relationship with Christ? Pastor Brown teaches from Isaiah 9:6 on the peace of God, a peace that transcends all others and is what mankind truly needs.
Hope, the reason Christ was born in a manager, to save us from our sins. John 3:16 is that message of hope and if you don’t know Jesus personally as your Lord and Savior, you’re missing out on the hope only true hope that we have!
As we come to the Christmas season, have we taken the time to consider God? To think about what He has done, what He is doing, and what He will do? Let us not forget the reason we celebrate Christmas and who it is that we celebrate. Pastor Brown brings a message from Mark 2:8-12…
Pastor Brown looks at David’s mighty men in 2 Samuel 23:8-17 and all that they did for God, for the many who have gone before us to keep the freedom we have in America, and for Christ who made the ultimate sacrifice for us on Calvary – will you accept what Christ did for you…
Pastor Brown preaches from 1 John 1 in this message on the importance of being different from the world by walking in the Light of Christ each day so that others may see God’s righteousness through our lives. Will you walk in the light?
Pastor Brown teaches from James 4:1-10 on the importance of drawing close to God and serving Him, not being double minded, but desiring to be in the Will of God.
Manny Baca looks at Matthew 7:15-23 and looks at how our actions show the world who we are as Christians, and most importantly, in a way that points them to Christ.
Pastor Brown looks at the life of Abram in this message from Genesis 12:1-3 and how God used Abram in spite of his shortcomings and disobedience. If God can use someone like Abram, what can he do with us if we’ll but follow God and live in obedience, sharing the gospel message with those around…
Looking at Matthew 7:1-6, Manny Baca challenges us in how we look at judgment – whether it’s judgment toward us or us judging others, let us take care in how we react and to have a spirit that is Christ like.
Pastor Brown look at Ephesians 4:1-3 while encouraging us to walk worthy of God, to be about God’s business, to not be comfortable in our chair or pew, but to go out and change the world for Christ, to put our all into sharing the gospel!