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A Church Without Walls
Sun, May 06, 2018
Mexico and Central America are countries that need to know Jesus. There are many missionary teams in each country trying to help those there come to know our Lord. Understanding the work that goes on down there and their need for financial support is huge. Hearing from those in those areas provides a true sense of how important the need is.
A Church Without Walls
Sun, Apr 29, 2018
The Middle East is the spiritual center of many different religions in the world. Mission teams are needed to help reach out to all those in those countries and bring them to Jesus. Giving for these teams is the best way that we can contribute, even though we cannot be there physically.
Alive In Christ
Sun, Apr 15, 2018
Our relationship with God needs to be the most important thing in our lives. We can, at times, let it slack and become stagnant. This is often due to un-confessed, or un-repented of sin in our lives. A revival is needed to rekindle our relationship with God and get us back on the right track. We must fight through Satan's accusations and focus on our commitment to His purpose.
Alive In Christ
Sun, Apr 08, 2018
The life that God has planned for us is more than just getting things done. While that is definitely a part of it, he wants us to thrive in life and constantly better ourselves. His plan is to make us better through His teachings and to provide us with all the opportunities to be the best version we can be. We just need to be brave enough to follow the path that He has laid out for us.
Alive In Christ
Sun, Apr 01, 2018
South Bay North side Easter Service 2018. Opening and closing lesson remarks by Steve Morici, with testimonies from Frank Aquillina, Amy Funabashi, Andrew Disario, and Janelle DeLeon. Christ is the cornerstone of all that we are, for those that have chosen to follow him. All of us have a past and lived lives that were not of Christ before He met us. These testemonies highlight how Christ has transformed many people's lives and provided comfort and strength to all of use who truly need it.
The Verse after the Verse
Sun, Mar 25, 2018
"All good things" Romans 8:28 does talk about good things, but that does not mean that bad things cannot happen to us. It ultimately deals with the sum total of things that happen to us and whether we are obedient to His word. "For the good of those who love Him". God's love for us is infinite. Our love can be conditional. but the more we love like Him, the more we connect with the true nature of this scripture.
The Verse after the Verse
Sun, Mar 18, 2018
John 3:16, is likely one of the most quoted and known about scripture all over the world. While most know the words, many do not truly know the context around the scripture. Jesus was teaching a religious leader at this point and was trying to help him understand Jesus as the messiah and savior of the world. Understanding this is the key to Christianity as a whole.
The Verse after the Verse
Sun, Mar 11, 2018
Rejoice always, thankful prayers, & positive thinking. That was Paul's secret to complete contentment in Christ, even when in prison. We all phase good times and bad times. Holding tight to God is how we stay humble and faithful in any situation. Christ will provide the strength we need. We only need to utilize it.
The Verse after the Verse
Sun, Mar 04, 2018
Many think that love is something that just happens; a feeling that comes over us. While it may start this way, true love is a decision. God's love for us is unconditional, yet we can often put conditions on the love we have for Him, and other people as well. 1 Corinthians 13 provides the truest definition of how we should all love, in every area of our lives.
Fri, Mar 02, 2018
As humans, we can put limits on how much we love. God definitely has no limits when it comes to love. His love can feel reckless at times, but it is only because he wants nothing more than to be close to us. Jacqi Morici interviews 3 women from the Coastal L.A. staff about how God recklessly sought them during the beginning of their relationship and how he continues to do so many years later.