In this series Pastor Tyler is focusing on some common misconceptions within Christianity and bringing clarity to those misconceptions from the Bible. In this message we are bringing some clarity from the Bible concerning the Holy Spirit.
What if the faith giants listed in Hebrews chapter eleven could come out of the grandstands of heaven, take a lap with us on our faith journey and encourage us from their perspective? In this message Pastor Tyler shares with us the faith example of Noah and what Noah might say to encourage our faith.
Hebrews chapter eleven talks about how faith giants from the Old Testament are gathered in the grandstands of heaven encouraging us as we run our own faith race. In this series we are imaging what each of these faith giants would say to us to encourage us from their faith journey. In part one of the series we are focusing on the faith of Rahab and how she could encourage our faith.
In this message Pastor Tyler shares about the three days from the crucifixion of Jesus to His resurrection. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, each day has significance and represents a ministering purpose in our daily lives. Jesus can help us in the Friday, Saturday and Sunday's of our lives.
Fear is a common emotion we all face, but fear that cripples and hinders our faith and debilitates us from moving forward is unknown fear. In this message Pastor Tyler encourages us to trust God when facing unknown fear knowing that God has a plan and a purpose for our lives and situations.
Mental and emotional well being should never be a taboo subject among Christians. Jesus offers us healing for our entire being, body, soul and spirit. In this message Pastor Tyler shares with us ways to avoid depression and experience healing and life in the area of our emotions.
The Holy Spirit empowers and enables believers to live more like Jesus and less like their flesh. In this message Pastor Tyler continues to encourage us to grow spiritually and become more like Jesus. If believers grow in the likeness and image of Christ the church grows in the likeness and image of Christ better reflecting the heart and mission of Christ in a community.