Imagine a scenario where you are brought to the emergency room with symptoms of a heart attack, but instead of the doctor being honest with you, he minimizes your diagnosis to make you feel better. Yet, you want him to be honest with you and with what you are facing. “Don’t tell me what I want to hear,” you say. “I want to know what is really wrong with me.” In this week’s sermon, Pastor Vince shares how Jesus, because…
“We read the gospel stories and for some people they are just stories, ancient stories that have morals and virtues. Yet in Matthew 8 there are some scenes that are meant to jolt the lives of not only the disciples but are also meant to travel across the centuries and abruptly alert us to reality…. Don’t miss the One Person in the scene Who determines the entire outcome.” Listen in or watch this sermon where Pastor Vince teaches from Matthew…
“We all juggle in some way – our struggles, our schedules, our roles – and Jesus is walking in the midst of our lives. He wants to remind us to not toss Him into the mix of our juggling. He says to us: “I must stand alone and above all the rest.” Matthew 8:14-22.
“Too often us as Christians do not detect the presence of God in the room, yet He is with us….even in the midst of our anxieties and pain and efforts, He is there.” Listen in or watch the video as Pastor Vince continues his teaching through the book of Matthew. Matthew 8:5-13.
Watch a video from Pastor Greg’s sermon on Memorial Day weekend as he taught from 1 John 4.
Take some time to listen or watch Pastor Vince’s latest sermon from Matthew 7. “Jesus wants us to be confident in His long-term position and therefore be confident in our position in Him…Jesus says to us, ‘You can trust Me with all of your life and in every storm I will hold you through them.” Matthew 7:15-29
This past Sunday, Pastor Vince took a break from his series in Matthew and shared about creation. 2 Corinthians 5:17
This week, Pastor Vince opened his message with describing how precise the Apollo 13 re-entry into Earth’s atmosphere needed to be so that its’ passengers remained alive. “We deal every day with entry decisions – not always as critical as Apollo’s entry – yet the entry point discussed in these two verses in Matthew 7 is most critical for all of us.”
Do you know the jingle from the Alka-Seltzer commercial – “Pop, pop, fizz, fizz, Oh what a relief it is!” Well, Pastor Vince has adapted this jingle to his sermon this week as he continues his study through Matthew. “Every day my eyes can get a little cloudy and experience blurry and distorted vision…Jesus’ words in Matthew 9 can bring relief and provide us with a clear eye that leads to see a better treasure to a proper priority and…
“It is not an April Fool’s joke when I tell you that I absolutely believe in an invisible world…there is a battle going on between Satan and Almighty God…I also believe that Easter was a resounding declaration that God won the battle…Today we will be looking at the story of Easter and the power of what happened and it really begins back at the garden of Eden.” We invite you to listen or watch Pastor Vince’s Easter message as he…
In Matthew Chapter 6, no one has any idea that Palm Sunday is about to occur – that Easter is sitting out there about to happen – this season when the human race is about to see the Son of God become the Savior of the world and defeat sin and death once and for all. In this chapter, Jesus has His followers gathered around Him and He is teaching them to pray. You absolutely can know what’s ahead for…
“Love is the mark of the believer.” “The essence of the agape love is in the giving.” “We all know John 3:16 but we should all also know 1 John 3:16.” Above are just a few quotes from Pastor Greg’s sermon this week. Take some time to listen or watch his message. Also take a moment to look up 1 John 3:16.
“Life around us is so loud and noisy and we know our human nature in that we are distracted and can easily lose sight of the secret place – and it is not a place that has GPS coordinates.” This week, Pastor Vince continues his study though the book of Matthew. Listen or watch to find out more about this secret place as well as the answer to “Why?”
Most of us are familiar with the song lyrics – “I did it my way.” Yet, our way is not enough. Jesus’ way is the only eternal hope we have. Listen or watch this week’s sermon from Pastor Vince as he continues his study through the book of Matthew.
“Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works and glorify your Father in heaven” Matthew 5:16 Take some time to watch the video or listen to the audio of Pastor Vince’s sermon as he continues through the book of Matthew.
This week, Pastor Vince points out the power of Jesus’ hand in performing miracles and also the power of His hand to make disciples. “There is far greater power than transforming a body – and that is transforming human hearts eternally.”
Carson Wentz had quite a week when he participated in the Super Bowl parade and when his girlfriend accepted his wedding proposal. Yet there is quite a difference between the two. One passes by whereas the other one says, “Come on along and hop on board.” Jesus didn’t come to wave and sign autographs. He proposes a life changing message: “Get in – hop on board – come along and follow Me.”
“Plows don’t deal with snow; they just move it around…We need to be willing to hear the message that John the Baptist is going to share which will bring out this truth: if I want to be prepared for God to work in me, I can’t plow sin. I have to deal with it. I can’t just push it off to the corner. I have to deal with it.” Listen in as Pastor Vince continues his study in Matthew.
“There will never be a bigger story than the story that we celebrate every Sunday – that God’s Kingdom is secure and I am secure in it…even though our lives are lived out in changing times, God’s story will never be surpassed, never be replaced – our anchor holds through it all.” Listen in as Pastor Vince continues his study through the book of Matthew.
Pastor Vince continues his study through the book of Matthew this week with a teaching about the Magi seeking Jesus. “Are your words like Herod – words that are spoken about Jesus but really in your heart are you focused on your kingdom on earth? Or are your words like the chief priests and scribes who know the Scriptures but you don’t know the Savior? Or are your words like the Magi saying you believe that this Jesus is the…