SERMON: Yet once more…

Sermon from October 12th about the coming shaking upon the Church and the nations. We discuss the need to understand the times and the need to be unified rather than scattered so that we may encourage and help one another. Some of the other main points were:

  1. Being in the daily Word keeps an open door of communication and helps us see life rightly
  2. Wheat & chaff are separated in His hands
  3. Be vigilant and purposeful but without fear
  4. Yet once more a time of shaking is coming, it’s purpose is to separate what can and cannot be shaken.
  5. Commit to trusting God and engage on the journey despite the dangers along the way.

SERMON: We are not given a spirit of fear

Sermon from October 5th discussing the problem of fear and its hindrances upon our Christian life and walk. Some of the main points were:

  1. We are Spirit filled sons & daughters of the Eternal Father
  2. We need to beware of the snares of fear that hurt us and hold us back.
  3. Steward your talents in the fear of God.
  4. By standing by faith in Christ and you can weather the storms of fear; you do not have live under but above.
  5. Faith in Christ is not a tranquilizer to close our eyes to the world of pain, but the catalyst to embolden us to build God’s Kingdom here and now.
  6. The Father’s heart is for us and we can be confident in Him.

SERMON: We are not orphans

Sermon from September 28th discussing the difference between an orphan spirit and being sons & daughters of God the Father through Jesus. Some of the highlights are:


  1. An orphan spirit has a sense of abandonment, loneliness, alienation and isolation.
  2. We are not self-made
  3. The covenant of God through the blood and body of Jesus the Christ.
  4. We may now call the Creator God – Father
  5. Be renewed and transformed
  6. We are no longer orphans; we’ve been adopted into the family of God. The proof is the presence of the Spirit of Christ dwelling in our lives and changing us into His image – hour by hour and day by day – until He’s done.