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This website was designed as a way for us to be the hands of Jesus and reach out to those who are looking for His touch to impact their lives. We long to see people experience God in a relevant, meaningful way and help them discover His purposes and plan for their lives.

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Sunday Worship: 10:00 AM   January 25, 2015  Mis-Beliefs About Prosperity from the Sermon Series Breaking Through Spiritual Barriers 

Have you ever thought about why you believe what you do? Too often we believe and form opinions and traditions from what we hear from others, not necessarily what we know. This is even true in the church as sad as that fact might be. We are going to look at some beliefs we have come to learn as being the “gospel truth” when in reality they are ideas, traditions or doctrines of men rather than God’s. Too often we find ourselves steeped in religion rather than relationship and they keep us from experiencing God’s best in our lives. The worst part is that this religious mindset veils God’s true person and glory from others and keeps them from knowing the God as Father.  If you’ve ever been hurt or offended by this religious spirit, or haven’t found the abundant life that Jesus promised you won’t want to miss this sermon series.



Wednesday January 21, 2015  6:30 PM  Growth Group   Experiencing the Psalms :  Thirsting for God  Ps. 27,43-43, 63

Through a range of life experiences and raw human emotions we can identify with the Psalmists. They speak to us of times of deep despair to joy unspeakable. They tell us that in times when we are being attacked and experiencing hurt and pain, we can still find peace. And when we ourselves feel the weakest we can find strength in the Lord. They teach us to be open and honest with God, which always brings about times of praise and thanksgiving.

In this study we will use the Psalms as our guide to grow a deeper relationship with the Lord just as the writers did. Over the next 12 weeks we will study groups of these writings with similar themes. We will attempt to enter into the lives of these writers as they walked with the Lord and learn from their experiences.