Facing Difficult Times

Have you ever been so discouraged that you just wanted to die? If you were faced with trials that great, and sorrows that deep, how would you get through them?In this message, we learn more about the deep distress that Jesus Christ endured for us. In the Garden of Gethsemane, He endured great sorrows and […]

My Cry to the Lord

“I waited patiently for the Lord; and He inclined unto me and heard my cry.” (Psalm 40:1) Where are the answers to life’s most pressing problems? In this message about prevailing prayer, we will discover what happens when we patiently, prayerfully wait for the Lord. Click here to listen to this message.      

Who Is Jesus Christ?

This watershed passage asks a pointed question that you must answer: Who is Jesus? This message from Mark 8:27-30 helps you to answer that question and to practically apply the answer. Click here to listen to this message.  

The Greatest Escape

Do you ever wish that you could escape from all your troubles? In Psalm 55, David expressed his wish for the wings of a dove so that he could fly away (v.6-7). On that occasion, the terrors of death possessed David’s fearful, trembling heart (vs. 4-5). In anguish of soul, he wrestled with betrayal by […]

The Wilds Ministry Team

   We are looking forward to the ministry of The Wilds Ministry Team! Tomorrow, Wednesday, March 19 They will be conducting special activity for teens from 1:00 – 3:00 p.m. and conducting our 7:00 p.m. service.  

First of All

The Lord also wants us to make it a priority to pray “for kings and for all those in authority.” What is the next right response to the worst “political news” you hear? Pray for all those in authority.

Prayerless Adultery

  Would you be surprised if you were called “an adulterer?” These piercing words in James 4 were designed to shock us: “Ye adulterers and adulteresses, know ye not that the friendship of the world is enmity with God? whosoever therefore will be a friend of the world is the enemy of God.” (James 4:4) […]

Failures Aren’t Finished

If the life of the Apostle Peter teaches us anything, it teaches us that “failures aren’t finished.” In this series of radio broadcasts, we carefully consider Peter’s impulsive choices — his “rooster like behavior” — to see ourselves more clearly. Join us as we learn about the apostle who humbly submitted to Christ and who […]