Does God always answer prayers the way we pray them? Is God responsible to answer everything we pray about? Some say that God always answer prayers, sometimes with a yes, sometimes with a maybe and sometimes with a no. Could there be anything in your life that may be blocking your prayer life with God? Could it be that we may not like the answers that God gives us when we pray? These questions are explored in this weekend sermon on “Why?”.
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Once in a while we get wrapped up too much into the emotion of feeling close to God, and forget the promises that God gave us in Scripture about His presence with us. We come together to learn about God’s promises for us through the Bible.
Jesus is no longer in the tomb, the grave is empty and the women tell the others. What are going to be your “famous last words” to the world, or to your family? You have a choice to make in faith. Either you believe and are saved, or you don’t and you won’t. We talk about the famous last words of John the Baptist, of Jesus, of the women and of the Great Commission. Don’t miss this Easter special.
God’s divine power has given us everything we need for life and godliness. You are not worthy on your own, but God makes you worthy, God makes you whole, God makes you good enough. Sometimes we feel inadequate to accomplish the calling God has for us, in our own power, but with God’s power, we can do everything in Christ. Join us for a lesson in what God thinks of you.
What does it take to make your marriage count for the long haul? How do you commit to one another for a healthy marriage that will reap a harvest? We look into the context of Galatians 6, reaping and sowing for your marriage, and discover together the gift of faithfulness that will last. Join us for this refreshing look into covenant fidelity.
Pastor Reid Olson of Crossroads Church of Greeley teaches on Hebrews 13:4 “Marriage should be honored by all, and the marriage bed kept pure, for God will judge the adulterer and all the sexually immoral.”
What does it mean to keep your marriage bed pure? Is it only for married couples, or could it have application for anyone who walks with God? We believe purity is close to the heart of God because of the light of Christ that shines in you and through you as a reflection of God’s grace to others. Your body is not your own, so treat it, and treat others, as if they are God’s property.