How do we lead our kids in love and discipline at the same time? What if we mess up? We'll hear an encouraging word from a father who has been there and done that. Stay in the fight!
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Fighting for our kids in today's culutre is a challenge. What are we fighting for in their lives? Success? Happiness? Or that they know, love and serve the one true God?
We begin an exciting new series, FIGHT. What matters most in life? Are there things worth fighting for? Are there things NOT worth fighting for? This series will challenge us to get in the ring and fight for what matters: family, faith, forgiveness, kids, relationships, true connections, marriage. And this is just the beginning.
Are you ready to put the gloves on?
Our desire to know Jesus Christ as Savior, Sanctifier, Healer, and Coming King. This is the heart of what we believe as Alliance people. This week we explore what it means to live for Jesus as Christ our Coming King.
Our desire to know Jesus Christ as Savior, Sanctifier, Healer, and Coming King. This is the heart of what we believe as Alliance people. This week we explore what it means to live for Jesus as our Sanctifier.
Our desire to know Jesus Christ as Savior, Sanctifier, Healer and Coming King. This is the heart of what we believe as Alliance people. This week we explore the wonderful truth that Jesus is our Healer!
Health is a concern for all of us, in one way or another. And in this day and age of knowledge, it's tempting to put control in our own hands when it comes to health and healing. We trust in the latest health fad or live video chat with the doctor of our choosing. But do we trust the Jesus, as the ultimate Healer, will heal us in His way and in His time for His glory?
The mission of the C&MA is to know Jesus Christ as Savior, Sanctifier, Healer and Coming King, and to complete His Great Commission. This is the heart of what we believe as Alliance people. This week we focus on Jesus as an exclusive Savior.
We take a closer look at "Pictures of Peter: Before and After". How did Peter's life change in light of Easter and our Savior?
The past months of our Ecclesiastes Series: The Search for Meaning, has taken us on a journey, helping answer some of life's most difficult questions. Today we share what we've learned and reflect on how God has spoken to us! Today is also Palm Sunday, marking the beginning of Holy Week. We'll prepare our hearts for the magnitude of what Jesus did for us on the cross with communion.
As we've searched the pages of Ecclesiastes for answers to many of life's questions, we've discovered much wisdom from Solomon's life experiences. So now can we make sense of it all, or do we have to settle for more questions than answers?
If you've ever listened to TV Evangelists, you've heard the debate between the Prosperity Gospel and Poverty Gospel. One focuses on abundance while the other suggests we should sell all that we have. So which is right? What does it mean to be a good steward of what we've been given? Let's examine our hearts to see what God is telling us about how we manage the gifts of time and money.
Money. Does it bring happiness? Can it solve all of our problems? We talk about money because it affects some of the most important things in our lives and the Bible has a lot to say about it. God for sure doesn't want us to worry about it and wants to release our hearts from the burden of worrying. Are you ready to let God show you where your heart is when it comes to money?
A difficult question... that really cannot be answered in 30 minutes.. "Why did I get cancer? Why did my child have to die? Why did I lose my job? Why do bad things happen to good people? Why me, why now??"
Solomon even answers questions with questions regarding fairness. So what are we to do? Join us as we look to Psalm 73, which offers some survival tips that can help us navigate life in this unfair world.
Loneliness... an ever-growing problem in our high tech, low touch world. Reality is, our church is filled with lonely people. Some may "look" lonely, some may not. There are many different reasons for our loneliness including deep loss, life changes and crippling fear. Join us for a powerful service discovering hope in God's Word that will shed light on our darkest, loneliest days and send us right into Jesus' waiting, understanding arms.
Ever wonder how you fit into God's plan?
Solomon searched for significance and purpose in life through worldly pleasures and came up short. He recorded what he found in Ecclesiastes so we can avoid the same pointless search that he made.
Let's unpackage Ecclesiastes 3 together and discover how we can find significance in life when we put God and His plan in the center of our lives.
What makes you happy? Stuff? Friends? Work? Travel? Serving God? Let's see what the Bible has to say about our pursuit of happiness.
Ecclesiastes Series: The Search for Meaning
Let's continue our search through Ecclesiastes for answers to life's difficult questions and invite our friends and family who are searching for hope and meaning to join us!
Our next message in the Ecclesiastes series searches for the answer to "Why Does My Work Seem So Much Like Work?" Much of our life is spent doing some sort of "work" or labor. Did God intend for it to feel so much like work?
Does our work matter to God?
As we begin the new year, we'll search the pages of Ecclesiastes for answers to life's difficult questions. If we are honest we've all asked some of these questions.
Our second message in this series digs into the book to answer the question, "Why Am I Here?" Really, what is the point of my existence? Come and discover TRUTH that will encourage you if you've ever asked that question.
As we begin the new year, we"ll search the pages of Ecclesiastes for answers to life's difficult questions. If we are honest, we've all asked some of these questions.
In this introduction, we'll take a closer look at the author of Ecclesiastes and the reality of our need for God to bring meaning to our lives. Is your life meaningful or meaningless?
It's always good to reflect on the year past, taking inventory of the good moments, the rough moments, and all the other moments in between. What are you trusting God for in 2018?