Pride is the mother of all sins. Pride is the original sin that led to Lucifer's rebellion against God. In our self-centered image-driven world, pride remains our Achilles heel. In this message Pastor Tyler encourages us to identify pride in our lives and humble ourselves in honesty and transparency. The Bible says that God resists the proud but gives grace to the humble. Humility is a requirement for spiritual transformation. If we as believers want to be more like Jesus we must humble ourselves and allow the Holy Spirit access to change us from glory to glory.
Every believer is called to serve the Mission of our Savior. In this message Pastor Tyler encourages believers to take the example of Jesus serving as our example of serving God and serving each other. The way up in the kingdom of God is the way down, serving one another with humility.
You are somebody in the Body of Christ! As a follower of Jesus, you have a ministering purpose that is connected with the purposes of other believers in the Body of Christ. In this message Pastor Tyler challenges us to remain steadfast in our commitment to Christ and doing life together as the Body of Christ.
Two of the redemptive purposes of the cross is to unite us with God relationally as Children and second to establish us together as brother and sisters, the Family of God. In this message Pastor Tyler challenges us to examine our redemptive purpose of togetherness reflected in the Great Commandment.
In this message Pastor Tyler encourages believers who have been offended to find healing and reconciliation. Jesus said we will be known as His followers if we love one another. An offense is an inward wound that prevents Biblical love from taking place in our relationships with others. Have you been offended? If so its time to over it!
The message is the third and final message from the series Faith Hope and Love. In I Corinthians chapter thirteen the Apostle Paul says there are three enduring Christian virtues of faith, hope and love and love is the greatest virtue of a Christ-follower. In this message Pastor Tyler challenges us as followers of Jesus to demonstrate love the way Jesus demonstrates His love.
This message is part two of the series Faith Hope and Love. In I Corinthians chapter 13 the Apostle Paul says there are three enduring Christian virtues of faith, hope, and love and love is the greatest virtue of a Christ-follower. In this message Pastor Tyler teaches about the second virtue listed in I Corinthians 13:13, Hope. Do you have a sure and steadfast hope concerning your life and the future because of the relationship you have with Jesus? Do you have Hope established in your heart because of who you are in Christ?
In I Corinthians chapter thirteen the Apostle Paul says there are three enduring Christian virtues, faith, hope, and love and love is the greatest virtue of any Christ-follower. In this message Pastor Tyler walks us through some basics concerning the first virtue listed in I Corinthians thirteen, faith.
Are you spiritually healthy? The Bible talks about our well being physically, mentally, emotionally and most importantly spiritually. While it is important and beneficial to remain healthy on all levels, our spiritual health is most important. In this message Pastor Tyler challenges us to allow the Holy Spirit to examine our lives spiritually and give us an honest assessment much like a healthcare professional gives us an assessment of our physical and mental wellbeing.
In the book of Numbers Chapter Thirteen we read about how a bad report kept Israel from crossing into their promised land. A bad report delayed the fulfillment of God’s Promise by forty years. In this message Pastor Tyler will encourage you not to participate in giving or receiving a bad report. He will enourage you not to focus on the obstacles that may arise that prevent us from enjoying a God ordained promise, but instead focus on the promises and the promise giver Himself.