Welcome home to The Father’s House: a church built with CARE! We hope you experience the welcoming heart of God and His house—the church—when you visit. Tune into this podcast to enjoy weekly messages (or “sermons”) recorded live at our Sunday celebration in Morinville, Alberta. What a great way to check us out, or stay up to date when you’re away. Teachings touch on God, faith, accepting others, personal growth, and something called “discipleship.” At TFH we are a family; we believe love trumps religion, and boy does this open us up to deep friendships and a real sense of belonging. We hope you click play and feel the same!

To See or Not to See (Pastor Matt)

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Your relationship with God is dependent on faith. Faith is the power that brought you into a relationship with God, and the confidence you have in relating and responding to him in every situation. By faith, God invites you to see the unseen and to partner with him in things that far exceed your own abilities.

Saved to Believe (Pastor Greg)

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Your relationship with God is dependent on faith. Faith is the power that brought you into a relationship with God, and the confidence you have in relating and responding to him in every situation. By faith, God invites you to see the unseen and to partner with him in things that far exceed your own abilities.

The View from the Cross (Pastor Greg)

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Easter brings us to look “at” the cross, but what if we were to change focus and consider the view “from” the cross? The man who helped Jesus carry his cross had a particular vantage point, and so did the thieves who died next to Jesus. Most important is the perspective of Jesus himself. What did he see? Understanding these views will demand that we decide how we see Jesus, ourselves, and others.

Seeing The Change (Pastor Matt)

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Change is inevitable. It may come quickly and easily, but sometimes it happens with pain and great difficulty. The good news for followers of Jesus is that salvation administers power and purpose amid change. Seeing how God changes us personally is a sure way to endure change, and even rejoice in change.

Seeing Others (Pastor Matty)

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Your undivided care and attention is a gift to those you encounter, especially when your focus is on seeing others as God sees them. Learn in today’s message how to see through the clutter of life and how to stay attuned to moments God places before you.

Seeing Our Calling Clearly (Pastor Greg Fraser)

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Salvation makes us new people with a new purpose. A clear understanding of your salvation will compel you to share who God is with those He came to save because you know all He has done for you. In today’s message, see God, see yourself, and see others more clearly and let God empower you to share his love with those He loves..

Seeing the Treasure Within (Pastor Greg Fraser)

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Salvation is a great and powerful treasure, but one that is often buried in brokenness and forgotten amidst challenging circumstances. Faith is the key to unlocking the treasure within. Learn in today’s message how to change your mind and your words in order to experience the wonderful effects of salvation.

Seeing God’s Face in Failure (Pastor Greg Fraser)

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Many people see God as One who is continually angry and disappointed. They see God’s finger pointing relentlessly at their misdeeds and failures. Consequently, many people live with an overarching sense of fear and condemnation. But do those perspectives, and the feelings that come with them, represent God accurately? Learn in today’s message how to stop seeing God’s finger, and how to start seeing His face.

Reconnecting the Power (Pastor Matt Sampson)

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Power belongs to those who comprehend and apply salvation. It is through salvation that those who believe receive the Holy Spirit, and it is through continual relationship with the Spirit that believers are filled with power. Receive and be filled with the Spirit through today’s message.

Saved to See – Part#1 (Pastor Greg Fraser)

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How great is the salvation that God extends to people? Truthfully, it’s far beyond comprehension. The first chapter in Paul’s letter to the Ephesians describes the spiritual blessings given to those who have a relationship with Jesus Christ. Everyone who desires these blessings will need their eyes opened to the immensity of what God has done for them.