Sometimes we can be encouraged by stories about what other people have done because they had faith in Jesus. Other times, we can be discouraged as we realize we would not be willing to make the same choice. But Jesus is the author and perfector of faith. He will take what little faith you have now, and as you are obedient, he will grow it into something greater! Pastor Stephen continues our series in Hebrews this week.
Jesus offers a better way. We need to keep going and not give up: no matter what life throws our way. One of the greatest assets we have for continuing to grow in our relationship with Jesus is--believe it or not--the Church! Pastor Stephen shares about the need for the Church in this next part of our series, "Jesus is Greater."
You're not meant to be alone. But most of us go through seasons when our human relationships fail. Every human relationship will break down or have seasons of disappointment. But Jesus has paved the way for us to have a relationship that goes beyond every other. We were all designed to have a relationship with our Creator, and God wants to be with you. With Jesus, you are granted access to God and God will never abandon you. This week, Pastor Stephen shares from Hebrews 8:1-6.
How should a Christian understand how their faith relates to other faiths such as Judaism, Islam, Mormonism, and the Jehovah's Witnesses? It all comes down to our mediator before God the Father. According to the Bible, that mediator is Jesus Christ.
Such an important part of your life is learning how to use your finances responsibly. How can you be ready for the future? How can you get out of debt? What does God have to say about how you should manage the resources that he has given you?
Clarence Mitchell, Assistant to the national Director of Stewardship Services with the National Office of our church fellowship, the Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada, came to our church to teach this Radical Stewardship Seminar.
Some topics are not easy to talk about. The challenge of a topic does not negate its importance. In this message, Pastor Stephen speaks about moving forward in our walk with Jesus and the dangers of falling away.
Why is it that so many of us think that working just a little more will help us control things that are beyond our control? Why are so many people going through life feeling like they have no purpose? Why are our hearts so tied up in knots? In this week's Sunday Morning Message, Pastor Stephen shares that Jesus is inviting you into his rest.
If your greatest hero had something to offer, and then someone greater came along with something even greater to offer, wouldn't you take them seriously? The problem is, our faith often diminishes when it is not taken care of. Pastor Stephen speaks on Hebrews chapter 3.
What do you fear? What does eternity look like for you? Do you feel like God is unfair, or just really distant? Can he relate with what you're going through? Pastor Stephen addresses questions like these in this week's Sunday Morning Message.
Jesus may be the central figure of Christian faith, but he is so often underestimated. The biblical book of Hebrews makes a bold statement: that Jesus is greater. In this first message in a series on Hebrews, Pastor Stephen walks us through Hebrews 1:1-3, which proclaims that Jesus is the Greatest Word.