Faith

"Marked By Love" - Tim Mannin

Jesus. He changed everything about everything (Week 51) This morning’s message is a powerful call to action and a reminder of the love that Jesus has for us. The breakthrough that we experience with God isn’t intended to be a single moment, but instead, it is intended to be the new normal. We have been called to make the ceiling of our faith, the new floor. The boundaries of our faith is changing and we are being called to more. (Mark 12:28, Matt. 10:37, Isaiah 43:19, Ps. 34:1, Eph. 3:17, Duet. 30:19-20, Rom. 12:2)

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"What Are You Asking For" - Kaleb Kinney

Jesus. He changed everything about everything (Week 10) In Luke chapter 18, we find blind Bartimaeus crying out to Jesus. In his greatest moment of need he asked Jesus for healing as an expression of faith and reliance on the Father. Jesus knows what we want, even before we ask, but we ask to show our trust and faith in who He is and what He has promised. (Luke 18:35-43)

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"Desperate" - Tim Mannin

5 (Week 4) Do we have a desperation in our faith? We read stories in the Bible of men and women experiencing miraculous wonders of God because of their great faith. We have religion, but no desperation. We must be willing to do the labor of growing our desperation for Him for the breakthrough that is awaiting. (Matthew 8 & 9, Luke 4)

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"Faith" - Tim Mannin

5 (Week 2) We all have faith and choose to put it in different things, such as our jobs, our friends, etc. We don't have a lack of faith problem, but a placement of faith problem. What is it that you are putting your faith in? Jesus is calling us out of the comfort of the boat and the safe places of our faith and asking us to step out onto the water of a new journey of trust in Him. Take courage, do not be afraid. (Matthew 14, 2 Tim. 1:7) 

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"Get Swept Up" - Tim Mannin

5 (Week 1) When God calls us into deeper things, He asks the question "Do you trust me?" In the month that we celebrate our 5th year as a church, we are called back to our original steps of faith and recognize the wave of what God is doing in our community. He is inviting us to get swept up. (Acts 1:12-14, 2:1-2) 

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"A Different Life" - Tim Mannin

Doing Things That Matter (Week 4) It is difficult to measure faith. One of the ways we can see evidence of our faith is in the story of our life and what God has done. This morning we hear a powerful story of what God is doing and has done in the life of Jeremy and Brandy Romine and what it takes for each of us to live differently. (2 Cor. 5:17, Phil. 2:12-13, Gal. 5:13-25, Eph. 4:22)

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"Psalm 62" - Kaleb Kinney

Psalms (Part 5) This morning we look at the words of David in Psalm 62 and the life of Job. In both situations, we see a pattern of relying completely on the Father and trusting in Him alone. There are moments when we ask God for things, but sometimes we must just be patient, be still, and remember all He has done for us. The powerful words of this Psalm inspire us to pour our hearts out to Him. (Psalm 62)

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"Psalm 56" - Kaleb Kinney

Psalms (Part 4) As Christians we are often ashamed to admit our fear, but in Psalm 56 we find David showing fear and realizing that our fear brings out our faith. When we lack confidence, we must rely on the word of God. We have the knowledge of how the story ends and that brings us confidence in all things. (Psalm 56, 1 Sam. 21, Rev. 5, Romans 8)

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"I Am The Vine" - Tim Mannin 

I Am (Part 6) We often complicate faith, but Jesus said simply, "I am the Vine; and you are the branches. If you abide in me, you will bear much fruit. If we desire to bear fruit, to have a full life, we must abide in Him and want to just dwell in His presence. (John 15:1-8)

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"Tension" - Tim Mannin

Grow: Teachings From The Gospels (Part 2) There must be a tension between our current reality and our preferable future. In order for such a tension to exist, there must be a difference between trying and training in our faith. (Mark 10, Matt. 6:19-21, Eph. 4:12-16)

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"You're Ready" - Tim Mannin

The Days Of Judges (Part 2) We all want to experience the powerful miracles of God, but we steer clear of the opportunities because of the fear, insecurity, and doubt in our hearts. However, it is in these places that His miracles often take place. We cannot claim to be faithful and yet, lack courage. (Judges 6,7) 

"A Promise And A Mule" - Ryan Moore

Kings (Part 5) Continuing our "Kings" series, we read about how Solomon became king and the trust he had in David's promise. Sometimes when you're in need of a miracle, all you can do is pray God's promise back to Him, trust in His timing, His faithfulness, and never lose hope. (1 Kings 1:5-49)

"We Want To Be Like Them" - Tim Mannin

Kings (Part 1) Today we began our new series "Kings." We will spend the next few weeks looking back into the lives of the Jewish Kings and seeing what God is telling us about our own lives and how we live. This morning we examine who we're choosing as king in our life, do we want what others want, and why we compare ourselves with others. Are we willing to leave the predictable and safe in order to jump from the high-dive into the endless possibilities of what God has for us? (1 Samuel 8:1-21)

Have We Forgotten What Jesus Has Done? - Tim Mannin

With God: growing with Him (Part 2) God can do immeasurably more than we could ask for, but the decision of who we are and who we are becoming is up to us. The things we put our energy and effort in are where we see increase in our measure. Do we live a life that has forgotten what Jesus has done? (Psalm 84:2, Eph 3:17-21, 2 Peter 1:3-15)

"The Silent Beckoning" - Tim Mannin

Ancient Stories: that teach us new things (Part 1) The Holy Spirit beckons us to come and live. In these moments, do we sit in the safety and comfort of the shade of the tree or do we answer the call to live a life of faith? It will call us out of a life of mundane and ordinary, and into a life of adventure with Jesus. These choices that we make are the difference between seeing the mundane or seeing the miraculous. (1 Sam. 14:1-14)

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"Faith Imprisoned" - Ryan Moore

Living The Gospel: teachings from the book of Matthew (Part 6) We can all relate to the moments & situations in life when we are faced with extreme pain, difficulties, & struggles. In those moments, the foundation of our faith can crumble & we are left looking at the pile of debris & doubting God. Looking at our story today we see a man who Jesus loved, Jesus knew his name, but yet he didn't answer his prayer... And why that is a good thing. (Mark 6:17-20, Matthew 11:2-11)