Fueling the Fire (2/16/2020)

by Bobby Martin
Sun, Feb 16, 2020

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Sun, Feb 16, 2020
Accelerants can be added as well. In the early church, a man named Barnabas was used to fuel the fire. As an encourager, he know how to build a fire under people. Today, we can learn from this early church leader how we can add fuel to the flames.
Sun, Feb 09, 2020
Passage: Acts 3:6 & Acts 4:8
Series: 2020 Vision
Today the church faces a lot of opposition. But it has always been this way. Not only has the church been on fire for centuries but it’s been UNDER fire as well. How do you keep the fire burning? You fight fire with fire. You learn how to stand when you’re under fire.
Sun, Feb 02, 2020
Over the years there have been many fires in our country. Some of them happened so long ago that there is no evidence that a fire was even there. Not so with the church. The fires that started 2000 years ago still burn bright. What does a church look like when a fire burns brightly? There are four simple signs
Sun, Jan 26, 2020
Even though the church is bigger than it has ever been, would you really say it is better — more vibrant, more alive, more on fire than it has ever been? It can be, and it only takes a spark.
Sun, Jan 12, 2020
If we're going to make this year really count, then we have to look at how we spend our time. Join us Sunday as we discover how to "redeem our time", and make the most of every opportunity we have to offer God a living sacrifice.
Sun, Jan 05, 2020
Passage: Micah 6:6
Series: New Year
Sun, Dec 29, 2019
While Jesus walked this earth, He was the Light of the world. And in the Sermon on the Mount, He said to His disciples, “You are the light of the world” (Matt. 5:14). We are not the source of light; Christ is. But as believers, we have His presence dwelling within us through His Holy Spirit. We are merely the beacons through which He shines into this dark world. Join us the Sunday after Christmas for one service only at 11:00 AM, and listen as Discipleship Pastor Jesse Hicks challenges us to shine our light in 2020.
Sun, Dec 22, 2019
The first ones to receive the news of Jesus’ birth was a group of illiterate and unrefined shepherds. How could someone so undeserving be on the top of God’s list? Perhaps it’s because God wants EVERYONE to find His Son. And for those who find Him, there are four unbelievable gifts waiting especially for them.
Sun, Dec 15, 2019
Part of what makes the Christmas season so meaningful for many of us is the familiarity. We are familiar with the story, the decorations, the music, and the atmosphere. However, the unfamiliar frightens us at times. Mary and Joseph found themselves in an unfamiliar location, surrounded by unfamiliar people, in an unfamiliar environment. We will see how their response proves that God is still at work – and Christ can be found - even in the unfamiliar.
Sun, Dec 08, 2019
Reality Television is still a big thing nowadays. From Dancing with the Stars to Survivor to Big Brother, we love the unscripted reality shows. But how do we deal with life when it becomes unscripted? Suddenly, it’s not so attractive anymore. In Mary’s response, we will discover that when we recognize our lives are unscripted… that our greatest plans are not going to happen…we can still find Christ there.
Sun, Dec 01, 2019
For Mary and Joseph the entire Christmas scenario was unexpected. Let’s be honest. Many of us don’t deal well with the unexpected. In this opening message we will learn how to respond when God puts us in an unexpected situation. Believe it or not, we can find Christ there.
Sun, Nov 24, 2019
Doubt is something almost every person experiences at some point. There have been times where our mistakes and our failures have led us down a path of seriously doubting our faith and our salvation. On the Sunday before Thanksgiving, Discipleship Pastor Jesse Hicks shares what God has to say about doubt.
Sun, Nov 17, 2019
When we look in the mirror some things are easier to see than others. We can see anger, we can see jealousy, and we can see guilt. But it is very difficult to see greed. Jesus warns us in this message that greed is a subtle thing. We will learn His inversion principle that giving actually results in receiving - just not the way we think.
Sun, Nov 10, 2019
As Jesus neared the end of His ministry it became very evident to the disciples that happily ever after wasn’t going to happen. He started talking about His death. He talked about a resurrection but they never heard that part. They couldn’t get past the “I’m going to die” part and suddenly it wasn’t any fun to follow Jesus. But in order to really live, we must understand the sacrificial side of Jesus. We will learn the way to really live with purpose is to die to ourselves.
Sun, Nov 03, 2019
One of the things about God’s nature that you’ll see in Scripture is He loves to fill empty things. From empty jars to empty stomachs to empty hearts, Jesus was about filling what was empty. The way we deal with emptiness in our culture is by living in a constant state of consumption. We are constantly consuming. And we love to get online and shop and buy things. We love to think about what we don’t have but what we’re going to get. And once we get whatever we wanted, we need something more. In this message Jesus turns it all upside down by helping us realize He can only fill us when we are empty.