reMARKable: The King and Kingdom Come (Pastor Greg Fraser) (Video!)

Both John the Baptist and Jesus began their journeys in the wilderness. The wilderness is often considered as a metaphor for a space or time of confusion, transition, and growth. It’s a place of barrenness where we are forced to meet God as our provider. The Gospel of Mark begins with the good news that Jesus, the King, has come, His Kingdom is open, and He is with those journeying through their own wilderness experience.

reMARKable: The King and Kingdom Come (Pastor Greg Fraser)

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Both John the Baptist and Jesus began their journeys in the wilderness. The wilderness is often considered as a metaphor for a space or time of confusion, transition, and growth. It’s a place of barrenness where we are forced to meet God as our provider. The Gospel of Mark begins with the good news that Jesus, the King, has come, His Kingdom is open, and He is with those journeying through their own wilderness experience.

A TIme to Be Bold (Pastor Matt Sampson) (Video!)

Christians throughout history have suffered persecution for sharing their faith. What was common among those who believed was their love for Christ, their love for the lost, and their courageous desire to share the gospel. As you transition into 2017, allow God to work in your heart so that you also can share the good news with unwavering commitment and confidence.

A Time to Be Bold (Pastor Matt Sampson)

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Christians throughout history have suffered persecution for sharing their faith. What was common among those who believed was their love for Christ, their love for the lost, and their courageous desire to share the gospel. As you transition into 2017, allow God to work in your heart so that you also can share the good news with unwavering commitment and confidence.

Hope For Tomorrow Pastor Matt Sampson (Video!)

We are taking a break in our sermon series this week and we are talking about, “Hope for tomorrow”. For over 80,000 residents of Fort Mcmurray, this has been a disastrous week. It is vital that we understand that in times of tragedy, God can be found in the chaos. According to scripture, there is always room in The Father’s House and that we are all sons and daughters of God. We, as the family of God have the opportunity to put the gospel of Christ on display for our communities.

Hope For Tomorrow (Pastor Matt Sampson)

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We are taking a break in our sermon series this week and we are talking about, “Hope for tomorrow”. For over 80,000 residents of Fort Mcmurray, this has been a disastrous week. It is vital that we understand that in times of tragedy, God can be found in the chaos. According to scripture, there is always room in The Father’s House and that we are all sons and daughters of God. We, as the family of God have the opportunity to put the gospel of Christ on display for our communities.