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45 minutes | Mar 27, 2016
Through the resurrection of Jesus, we have the opportunity to do life over. Peter discovered this in a very real way. In the message "Do Over", we will examine the text and discover a pearl of great price.
29 minutes | Dec 28, 2015
When we think about the future, often we are held captive by the past. This is because we have hopes that haven't come to pass and we become blinded by the present. You are not alone in this journey. Jesus is right here with you.
48 minutes | Jun 21, 2015
The Fathers’ Blessing
Many people have a difficult time related to the idea of "God" as father, but the scriptures reveal a very interesting insightful view into the heart of the father. We hope you enjoy the message.
43 minutes | Apr 3, 2015
Preparation for Visitation
The Triumphal Entry, is a day of visitation. As Jesus entered the city of Jerusalem, we see one last applaud from the Father meant to spur Jesus on for the days to come. Jesus knew that His disciples would desert Him. He knew the crowds shouting His praise on Sunday would be shouting for His death on Friday. Luke reveals a statement made by Jesus during Hid triumphal entry that should cause us all to pause to consider. Jesus tells the people the results of not knowing “the time of their visitation.
48 minutes | Mar 1, 2015
Minding the things of God
The apostle Peter went from getting a revelation of the person of Christ to being rebuked by Jesus. He also wrote some of the profound truths of the Christian faith. There is a great lesson to be learned about the nature of discipleship.
46 minutes | Jan 26, 2015
Empowered by God
When we consider following Jesus and fulfilling the mission we called to, we are faced with the reality that Jesus’s ministry was summed up well in the gospel of Matthew. It say ” Jesus went throughout Galilee, teaching in their synagogues, proclaiming the good news of the kingdom, and healing every disease and sickness among the people. News about him spread all over Syria, and people brought to him all who were ill with various diseases, those suffering severe pain, the demon-possessed, those having seizures, and the paralyzed; and he healed the.” (Matthew 4:23-24) Matthew continues to tell us that Jesus commanded the twelve (Matthew 10:7-8) “As you go, proclaim this message: ‘The kingdom of heaven has come near.’ Heal the sick, raise the dead, cleanse those who have leprosy, drive out demons. Freely you have received; freely give, and finally commissioned them to (Matthew 28:18-20) “then Jesus came to them and said, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.” How can we obey the commands of Jesus to “make disciples” without the power to accomplish the mission. Much of Christianity today, presents a powerless gospel focused more upon “good works” and programs rather than the obvious power we see demonstrated in the scriptures and church history. It is time to reclaim and proclaim the message of Jesus with the demonstration of the power of God to heal and set lives free.
54 minutes | Jan 11, 2015
Keep the Unity
In Ephesians, the principle of Christ’s headship is carried to its largest results. The centre of the Church becomes the centre of the universe. God’s plan of the ages is disclosed, ranging through eternity and embracing every form of being, and “gathering into one all things in the Christ.” (Ephesians 4:1-7) As a prisoner for the Lord, then, I urge you to live a life worthy of the calling you have received. Be completely humble and gentle; be patient, bearing with one another in love. Make every effort to keep the unity of the Spirit through the bond of peace. There is one body and one Spirit, just as you were called to one hope when you were called; one Lord, one faith, one baptism; one God and Father of all, who is over all and through all and in all. But to each one of us grace has been given as Christ apportioned it.
49 minutes | Nov 17, 2014
No road map
Kingdom greetings, We have seen an abundance of grace over the past few months. We have found ourselves on a new leg of the journey, following the call of God. One of the most interesting aspects of this phase of the journey is, there is no road map. Not that it is a bad thing, don’t get me wrong. We are experiencing something new and are challenged to walk it out.. We often hear within Christian circles that “God is doing a new thing” or “there is a paradigm shift” or “God is pouring out new wine”. I have proclaimed these statements and still do. The difference however, is that experiencing the reality of those statements is challenging and if I may add, somewhat un-settling. Imagine that. God is doing something and there are no books, workshops or manuals to refer to. Imagine that. You see, we are in a time when systems are being pre-packaged and marketed through seminars and worships at an alarming rate. I am learning however, when it comes to the work of God, there is no one size fits all. We cannot necessarily duplicate what has worked in one context and get the same results in another. This may be yet another “paradigm shift” we’ll realize in the coming days. Thanks for listening. P.D.
43 minutes | Aug 5, 2014
Jacob and the Blessing Pt.2
The Blessing is very real. It was originally given to Adam and it is this that Adam lost. We see through the scripture narrative, that God has worked in every generation through The Blessing to ultimately restore it to humankind. Listen in as being to explore the reality of The Blessing.
53 minutes | Jul 20, 2014
The blessing and the birthright
The birthright is emphasized in the Bible because it honored the rights or privileges of the family’s firstborn son. After the father died, or in the father’s absence, the firstborn son assumed the father’s authority and responsibilities. In addition to assuming the leadership role in the family, the recipient of the birthright inherited twice that received by the other sons. The birthright of a king’s firstborn son included his succession to the throne. As New Testament Christians, we have an inherited “birthright” status through Jesus Christ as the firstborn Son of God. As God’s only begotten Son, Jesus received the kingdom from His Father and is Lord of all. Christ promises to share with us His kingdom and inheritance but, we are warned not to imitate Esau who, on impulse, gave away his birthright for a bowl of stew. Because of his foolishness, Esau lost his birthright and the blessings of his father.
41 minutes | Jul 13, 2014
The scriptures inform us that the gospel was first preached to Abraham (Galatian 3:6-8). Throughout the Hebrew Scriptures, the gospel unfolds until finally within the ministry of Jesus, the purpose of God is clearly proclaimed. In this message we begin to unpack the glory of the mystery God has been unfolding down through the ages. “Christ in You”, the hope of glory.
56 minutes | Jul 6, 2014
Believing in Christ Within
One of the most powerful yet most neglected revelations in the scriptures is that God dwells within. In this message, D.A. shares how this was always the intent of God and the motivating factor underlying all God’s activity. Grab your note pad as you listen as we explore “Christ within”.
66 minutes | Jun 22, 2014
Beliefs are the foundation of all our actions. Our beliefs become springs from which out thoughts flow, Our thoughts produce our actions. Our lives are the result of action. We create beliefs to anchor our understanding of the world around us and so, once we have formed a belief, we will tend to persevere with that belief.
60 minutes | Jun 15, 2014
Who Am I ?
Many of the crises that we experience in life occur because, humanity lives with an identity crises. We don’t know WHO or WHAT we are. The same applies to the church, however it shouldn’t. Despite any circumstances surrounding or involving our birth, we were in God’s mind, chosen to as the beloved of God. Listen in.
46 minutes | Jun 11, 2014
We’ve all heard the saying, “when one door closes, another opens” and in this message, Minister Kendrick Smith shares an insightful and prophetic word about what o do when doors open and closes. Listen in.
55 minutes | May 27, 2014
Exploring your map
In the creation man was perfect without sin. At creation, man was Pure Potentiality. Do you not believe that prior to sin, man had absolutely no limitations. He had no limiting decisions to deal with. He had no bitter roots or strongholds to deal with. In other words, in the beginning with God, man was absolutely totally free of any limiting neurological filters that would screw up his “map” or internal representations. In the beginning, man was Pure Potentiality.
55 minutes | May 11, 2014
Recently, it has come to our attention that many people are confused both about the existence of what is commonly called the subconscious1 and its role. Many Christians, driven by their concern about the preoccupation of psychologists with the subconscious, mistakenly ignore its Biblical basis. Because the writings of Sigmund Freud have had much influence on our daily vocabulary and familiar idioms, many erroneously assume that the subconscious itself is a Freudian concept. While I in no way validate Freud’s peculiar views and obsessions with the subconscious, I do believe that many Christians, in their zeal to distance themselves from the deceptions of Freudianism, assume that the concept of the “subconscious,” or “unconscious,” is also fallacious. Thus, they have thrown “the baby out with the bathwater.” The insight that our there is a deeper level of consciousness pre-dates Freud by over 1500 years! Listen in.
48 minutes | Apr 27, 2014
We must ask ourselves at this a few questions. 1-Why did Christ need to die 2-What benefit did his death have upon humanity and 3-How do we appropriate (take to ourselves the benefits of His death) Listen in
42 minutes | Apr 13, 2014
If Jesus would have been here
When God doesn’t perform as we think he ought to. “Lord, if you had been here, my brother would not have died.” In the passage, Martha uses exactly those words in addressing Jesus, and so does Mary. “Lord, if you had been here, my brother would not have died.” The statement is true, isn’t it? If Jesus showed up more often and behaved worthily—that is, divinely—then our lives would look very different. In the case of the story, Lazarus, the brother of Martha and Mary, would not have died. We could apply the same principle to our circumstances, too, changing only a few words of the line Mary and Martha used. Listen in.
35 minutes | Apr 6, 2014
The life God gives
There are very interesting lessons to be learned from the story of Jesus raising Lazarus from the dead. We tend to focus on the vent itself and overlook some lessons that also transformative. Learn with us.
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