Assistant pastor Amy Minnich talks about the basics of being dependent upon God. Message delivered 11/25/12.
No matter where we are in our walks with the Lord, we can be confident that he wants us to grow up and take our faith to the next level. We can do this by understanding that God is the God of All…comfort, hope, power & faith. Assistant Pastor Amy Minnich explains. Message delivered 7/15/12.
Do your shoes fit? What designer shoes are you wearing? Asst. Pastor Amy Minnich delivers a “pair”ody of how to Live Your Sole Purpose and find your perfect fit through the illustration of shoes. Messaged delivered 5/13/12.
The book of Acts tells how, when Stephen was stoned to death, Saul looked on and gave his approval. Assistant Pastor Amy Minnich shares about life and death, about our words, and about our actions. Message delivered 3/18/12.
Christmas is a time to celebrate the greatest gift, the gift of love through Jesus. Assistant Pastor, Amy Minnich, reminds us of three simple words “God is love.” She shares the characteristics of God’s love and how immeasurable and incomprehensible it is. Be encouraged through this message that God loves you, just because you’re YOU.
The word “rescue” has been on the heart and mind of Assistant Pastor Amy Minnich lately, so she uses two clips from the movie Titanic to illustrate both how some people are spiritually drowning and some principles we need to keep in mind when we see others who are “drowning”. Message delivered 11/6/11.
God accomplished mighty things through Jonah … but Jonah didn’t always have the right heart or attitude. God is always concerned about LOST people and uses us in and our weaknesses to share His message of hope. Since we all are called to be missionaries, Assistant pastor Amy Minnich examines the book of Jonah to learn from what he did right and wrong. Message delivered 7/24/2011.
Assistant Pastor Amy Minnich examines the four causes of suffering and how to respond to them in a Godly way. Ultimately, she says, we can’t control suffering, but we certainly can control our response to it. God wants to comfort us, not make us comfortable. Message delivered 6/12/11.
Amy, N3C’s Associate/Youth Pastor, shares with us some very important lessons from the life of Gideon (Judges 6, 7, 8). She talks about 7 things that hinder us from fulfilling God’s call for our lives: Idealism, Identity, Insecurity, Independent Spirits, Isolation, Investment and Idolatry.
What is your spiritual smell? When people come around you, do they detect the stench of death? Or the aroma of Christ?