Messages by Pastor John Fairchild
Then I saw a new heaven and a new earth, for the old heaven and the old earth had disappeared. And the sea was also gone.
The impossible has happened, but how do we make sense of it? Do we hope too small?
Our spiritual gifts are ours to use not to hoard. Don’t wait for the “right time” to begin using them. Use them now, right where you are already planted.
Jesus Christ is embodied in and through your gifts and when you know what your gifts are, you will be closer to God and more effective in ministry.
Sometimes we don’t think we are anything special, but when we begin discovering our own spiritual gifts, we realize that God truly cares deeply about us and trusts us with growing our little part of the kingdom of God.
Lent is an opportunity to give space for God to renew your faith and your walk with God.
Spiritual gifts are the tangible and practical work of the Holy Spirit in our lives. We can discover them, develop them, and use them in our daily life.
Prayer is for everyone. We should devote ourselves to praying about everything because this pleases God.
Matthew 5:43-45a; 6:5-8 Having a passion for praying for others one of God’s key desires for us as disciples. Not only being aware of other’s needs, praying for others helps us to focus beyond our own wants and desires. The more we focus on others, the more we see them as a part of God’s creation and understand the beautiful ways they are shaped in God’s image. Praying for others helps us to remain humble. Links to the videos; Bruce…
An on-going relationship builds a passion to continue the relationship. To love God is to Love prayer.
We are made to be in prayer with God and only when we are in prayer can we be fully in relationship with God.