In this last Installment of Ask Me Anything, Pastor Kene answers the following questions. Are We Alone (Are their Aliens) 2, Do All Roads Lead to Heaven? How do I mentally reconcile, my Parents Might Suffer in Hell?
In this Q and A, Pastor Kene shares thoughts on Revelation, The Rapture Question, Heaven, and an important lesson on Forgiveness, especially during this emotional season filled with riots and racism.
In this message, the Holy Spirit finally arrives and makes a grand entrance. The church is inaugurated and it will never be the Same. As Christians, we must seek to be Filled with the Spirit.
Some view COVID-19 like we are in the Last Days. However, what exactly do the Last Days look like and are we in the midst of it? In the very first sermon to the church; Peter has a lot to say about the Last Days. Find out more and see how COVID-19 stands up.
Peter was very vocal when he proclaimed to the crowd that they killed Jesus. However, most of the crowd was outsiders who most likely were not there during the death of Jesus. However, he stated emphatically, "You killed Jesus." So over two thousand years later, how does this apply to us. Find out here.
In this passage, the recipe for Forgiveness consists of four Ingredients. Discernment. Openness. Perspective. Acceptance. We see these elements as we dine with Jesus and a Woman from the City
If ever there was a time where we need the Assurance of Jesus it is now. If ever there are people who are anxious or panicking it is now. This was the mood at the Last Supper when Jesus said he was leaving them; and it is the the same now with this COVID-19 Pandemic. We need blessed Assurance.
In this Talk, Zach Luginbill, our worship pastor, shares about when the Jesus, the King of Kings, arriving in Jerusalem. As Zach shares, you will see, though Jesus is the King of Kings, he is also quite different from the traditional understanding of what a King represents. Message
Join us in this Easter message and learn how walking seven miles with Jesus changed 2 lives on Resurrection Sunday, over 200 years ago. Learn also how he can change ours during this COVID-19 Pandemic
in this talk, we explore the theme and character in the first two chapter. In doing so, we reflect on whether God works in the lives of those who have no knowledge or desire to know Him.
Have you ever been overlooked when you deserved a promotion? Have you ever reached a point in your life where you have to make a decision but you're not sure if it is the right or wrong thing to do? There comes a point where you have reached a crossroads in your life and you have to choose.
In this Talk, Pastor Kene focuses on how God's providence and human pride intersects in the story of Esther and in our own lives. In the end, God can work through anything.
The seventh chapter of Haman is a defining one because it focuses on identity. Esther had experienced hiding her identity, having her identity taken, and had to come to a point to were she would reveal her true identity.
The message focuses on how God works thru Esther and Mordecai to grant the Jewish nation the ability to defend themselves. In the process, we learn that God is not silent; instead He is faithful to His promises. The same is true in our lives.
We live in a culture where there has been detention when it comes to Race, Class, & Ethnicity, which is why it is important to know how God views these important issues. We must remember that when God created each of use He did so in His image, male and female. Heaven will correct all of our perceptions about Gender, Class, and Ethnicity.
Jesus is often remembered for the deep spiritual conversations he had with people. One of those conversations is connected with perhaps the most well known Bible verse in history; John 3:16.
There are many things we learn from this encounter.
Stacking Rocks was an Old Testament way of Building Monuments. Monuments where a sign of thanksgiving. Thanksgiving is important because it's focus is on remembering. Whenever we are anxious the two elements of prayer that can help us experience peace are supplication and Thanksgiving.
Biblical Peace is supernatural in the sense that you can have it via the Holy Spirit when there is no reason you should have it. Somehow, you are able to take it with you in the storms of Life. Listen for more.
Biblical Goodness has more to do with how you behave in difficult situations. There are times when we don't want to do good because of the circumstances. This is when we need the Holy Spirit to carry us in life.
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