Jeff Parshall, with the Patmos Worship team of Elim Bible Institute, shares three keys to finding your strength in God through your hardships and weaknesses. Those three keys are recognizing your need for a savior; recognizing that Jesus Christ is the power, not us; and recognizing that Jesus is the Lord. Message delivered 5/25/14.
Pastor John says sheep get a bad rap. They aren’t dumb, just needy. Very needy. So if they try to go off on their own, it almost always leads to trouble. That’s why scripture describes us as sheep so many times. And the solution to being needy isn’t complicated, it just requires having a good shepherd, who we have in Jesus Christ. Message delivered 5/18/14.
Here are our songs of worship for the morning:
You Are Good by Brian Johnson
Whom Shall I Fear (God of Angel Armies) by Chris Tomlin
Break Every Chain by Tasha Cobbs
Oceans (Where Feet May Fail) by Hillsong United
Proverbs 31, a traditional scriptural basis for Mother’s Day sermons, is viewed by many women as an impossible-to-complete list of abilities and activities that just ends up crushing them under a mountain of perceived failure and guilt. But Pastor John Young shares how they are a list of activities he sees being accomplished, by and large, by all the women in the church. Message delivered 5/11/14.
Here is the music we worshiped by:
Your Love Never Fails by Jesus Culture
Mighty To Save by Hillsong United
10,000 Reasons by Matt Redman
Overcome by Jeremy Camp
You Are Lord by Hillsong
Pastor John Young continues his teaching series from the book of John, focusing on that apostle’s unique insight into Jesus’ character and teachings. Message delilvered 5/4/14.