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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.
Lent is a period to reflect on our lives. It is a time to focus on the gift of Christ, to repent and turn from sin, and to recommit our lives. In this message, we will uncover Lent through the lens of the Bible.
Spiritual battles are very real for many people. The problem is, if we don't know how to fight these battles, we will never be victorious. In this message, Pastor Tim explains how we can overcome spiritual attacks.
Do you struggle with self-worth? If so, you are not alone. When we use the correct measure of our value, we might just find a different view of ourselves. In this message, Pastor Tim explains the Biblical Measure of Value.
Guest speaker Dan Wade delivers his 3rd teaching on The Sermon on The mount.
Time is a gift from God. The problem is we don't know how much we were given. In this message, we will look at this precious gift from God.
If 2018 was a rough year for you, it does not mean 2019 has to be the same. In this message, we are going to look at how we start off 2019 in the right direction.
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