God loves us deeply. In fact He loves us so much that He sent His one and only Son to die on a cross in order to pay for the penalty of sin so that we could be made right with Him. In honor of Valentine's Day, pastor Tim looks at the most important Christian virtue: Love.
If someone were to ask you, "Who are you?", how would you answer? Many times the answer we give is not our true identity. Sometimes it is a label that others give us, sometimes it is a temporary identify, such as a student or a job title. To truly live fully, one should strip away all of the titles given by society and look at who God says you are. In this message, we will look at our TRUE Identities in Christ.
Billy Graham once said, "You will never understand who you are until you understand who God is". It is all about perspective. When we compare ourselves to others we might be wealthier, prettier, smarter, faster, and the list goes on. However, when we compare ourselves to a holy God, all that changes. Isaiah found this out first hand. His encounter was life changing. In this message, we look at who we are and who God is so that we can better understand the gift of salvation.
In this message, guest speaker Dan Wade explains the job description of being a Christian.
The poorest person with faith is more powerful than a wealthy person with none. Peter demonstrated this in Acts 3. Peter had no money to give to a poor beggar, but what he did have to offer the beggar changed the beggar's life far more than money had the power to do. Learn how Peter's faith was far greater than silver or gold.
We need godly role models more than ever today. As Christians, we should be that model for our youth. Well, what does such a role model look like? In this message, we will look at 7 Habits of Godly people.
As a believer in Jesus Christ, every Christian has been called to minister to one another in the context of community. 1 Thessalonians 5:14 gives us instruction on how we are to carry this out. Pastor Tim Vanderwater delivered this message at the Looks Like Heaven community worship service at The Servant House.
Jesus said, "Greater love had no one than this: to lay down one's life for one's friends" (John 15:13). In this message, Pastor Tim explains the sacrificial love of Christ and how Christians are called to love others the same.
Here in Texas, violent storms come out of nowhere and hit quickly. The same thing can happen in our lives when unexpected events blindside us. The good news is the Lord we serve can simply speak a word and calm the storms. In this message, Pastor Tim explains how we look to Jesus to calm the storms of life.
In this message, Pastor Tim looks at the risen Savior from the eyes of those who encountered him.
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