Where did you get your picture of Jesus? Who is Jesus to you? Now the big question: is the Jesus you are serving the real Jesus, and how do you know one way or the other? Pastor Stephen addresses how we can know the real Jesus in this Palm Sunday message called #notmyjesus.
Our apologies for the audio quality, we were dealing with a lot of interference on Sunday. If the audio is too difficult to hear, a transcription will be available after March 31 at abundantsprings.church/blog.
Pastor Stephen concludes this series on John's second letter in the Bible by talking about the importance of being familiar with God's Truth.
The biggest things missing from our world--even from the Church--are love and truth. In this first of two messages, Pastor Stephen takes us back to a book of the Bible called 2nd John as we learn about the importance of loving others.
Praising God isn't about getting the next spiritual "high." It's time to learn to pray substantive prayers of praise to God--prayers that are derrived from how we feel toward him rather than how we hope we will feel after praising him. Pastor Stephen concludes our series, A Prayer for Every Situation, in this message.
How should we respond to God after he helps us through tough times? How can we leverage the difficult moments in our lives and learn and grow from them? In this Sunday morning message, Pastor Stephen speaks about the importance of praying rich prayers of thanks.
Pastor Stephen is beginning a new series on prayer. Walk with us through the Psalms as we discover that not all prayers need to be the same. No, instead there is A Prayer for Every Situation.
There are three prayers all Christians need to pray, but these prayers are dangerous. They threaten to change who you are at the core, to thrust you into challenging situations, and to see God work powerfully through you in your community.
Pastor Stephen continues his series on three dangerous prayers that every Christian needs to have the courage to pray. It's dangerously powerful to pray, "Lord, Search Me, Break Me, Use Me."
We apologize, but the first message in this series was accidentally not recorded.