Fueling the Fire (2/16/2020)

by Bobby Martin
Sun, Feb 16, 2020

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Sun, Dec 16, 2018
Sadly, some of us struggle in the present because of labels in the past. We are haunted by words someone spoke about us in our past, and we have believed that’s who we are based on what they said. What may have been true about you then doesn’t have to be true about you now. You can discover in this message that God is much bigger than your past.
Sun, Dec 09, 2018
For many, the holiday season can’t be enjoyed because they deal with guilt and shame. Guilt says you did bad. Shame says you are bad. And shame based thinking can ruin your Christmas. In this message we will learn that we don’t have to connect who we are with what we did.
Sun, Dec 02, 2018
Why are we so easily offended? Sometimes the smallest things set us off. When someone offends us, they certainly don’t make our shopping list. And this time of year seems to magnify the hurt and we rehearse it over and over. In this message, we will discover how to let go of past offenses so we can enjoy not only the season, but also the relationships this time of year brings together.
Sun, Nov 25, 2018
Passage: Luke 17:11
Series: Thanksgiving
“After all I’ve done for you! You are so ungrateful.” Have you ever said that? Has anyone ever said that to you? If so, this message will help you discover what it truly means to be grateful. We
Sun, Nov 18, 2018
Passage: Luke 18:9
Series: Monsters
Following Christ isn’t a competition. So why do so many of us treat it like one? It can be easy to let the monster of pride take over when God has blessed us with strong relationships, great careers, or exceptional talent. But a humble heart beats any of those things.
Sun, Nov 11, 2018
It’s hard to like a hypocrite, right? Someone who says one thing but does another? Jesus wasn’t a fan of hypocrisy either. He spoke of it very harshly. In this message we will take a look at the cost of living a lie and exactly why Jesus would want us to slay the monster of hypocrisy.
Wed, Oct 31, 2018
There’s one thing everyone on the earth was made to do: worship our Creator. Yet so often, it’s easy for us to sleepwalk through our days and give simple lip service to God. What would it look like if our passion for Him was renewed? Hollow worship is a monster we must deal with if want intimacy with God.
Sun, Oct 28, 2018
Series: Monsters
Do you ever feel like you’re going through the motions? Like life is just happening and you’re swept along with it? You were meant for something more. In this message we will learn how to break the monster of indifference and find the passion to change the world together.
Sun, Oct 21, 2018
God is giving our church a new mission opportunity. Soon we will be partnering with the For All Mankind Movement (FAAM) in an effort to reach India for Christ. We will be hearing from Kevin Philips, founder and director of FAAM and discover how we can use our story to help the people of India find their story.
Sun, Oct 14, 2018
You love Christ, and you love people. But do you know where to start in sharing Jesus with them? Would you like to have the confidence to engage people in life changing conversations? Pastor and author Donnie Anthony will share the importance of telling our story, and how we can share Jesus fearlessly.
Sun, Oct 07, 2018
God’s story is recorded within the pages of Scripture, throughout history, and even within our very lives. God is inviting you to be part of the story He is writing throughout the ages to come. Join us as Discipleship Pastor Jesse Hicks talks about God’s Story, the story of redemption, and what it means to those of us who follow Christ.
Sun, Sep 30, 2018
What goes around often comes around. The powerless often find themselves in a position of power and the people who hurt us may someday need us. In the moments when we’ve got those people right where we want ’em, what we say will say as much about us as anything else. If our words are stones, will we choose to throw them, or use them to pave the way forward?
Sun, Sep 23, 2018
Our big fat mouths can be destructive, but they also have the power to build others up. What we say can impact the quality, and even the direction, of the lives of the people around us. How can we use this power for good?
Sun, Sep 16, 2018
Like a small spark that has the potential to scorch an entire green forest, our tongues are untamable, with the power to control our whole bodies. We have a tool that can be used to build up those around us or tear them down in just a few words. What do we do with that kind of power? We can’t lock it away. But we can, by God’s grace, learn to control it.
Sun, Sep 09, 2018
We all know what it’s like to be hurt by someone who just couldn’t listen long enough to understand us. Maybe in their attempt to be right, they damaged a relationship that could have been saved with a little patience and curiosity. You’ve probably been on the other side of that coin too. Taking the verbal offense may have won the argument, but you lost relationally. What if we didn’t settle for being right, but tried to make things right instead? The longer we listen, the more we learn, and the better chance we have of protecting ourselves from our own big fat mouths.