Join Dr. Gordon Penfold as he walks us through how to have Harvest Eyes and Harvest Prayers. Jesus came to seek and to save the lost, we must see the world through His eyes.
After the Twelve had accompanied Jesus in His ministry for a while, He sent them out to begin to do the same miracles He had been doing, and more importantly, to spread the same teaching by His authority. They had learned with Him and now they would learn in pairs as an independent study of ministry. As Jesus sent them out, He gave practical instructions that reflect some important principles for life and ministry.
Believe it or not, evil has a face. Evil is not merely a concept or something generally opposite of “good.” All evil can be traced back to a single agent: Satan. War, sickness, disease, catastrophes, violence, lust, addictions, pestilence, waste, relational conflicts, selfishness—all sin and all that is wrong in the world is a particular expression of evil, the unending rebellion of Satan against God. The world continues to bear the scars of this mutiny. In today's passage, we see Jesus confront the demoniac, conquer the destructive, and commission the delivered.
In this sermon, Kris Cheek, Executive Director of Maranatha Bible Camp and Retreat Center, encourages Freedom Church to follow Paul's example of winning people to Christ. Specifically, the religious, irreligious, and the weak (hurting and broken people).
In today's message, Pastor Scott walks through the Parable of the Lamp and asks some important questions: "What is the light? What is darkness? What is hiding the light? How do you let your light shine? Are you listening? What are you listening to? What should you be listening to? How do you listen? and What does this have to do with accountability?"
In this message, Ted Olsen encourages the believer to be alert and watchful for the Lord's Return.
In this passage, we look at the Parable of the Soils from Mark 4 and ask ourselves what the soil of our heart looks like? Is it hard, shallow, crowded, or good?
In this week's message, Pastor Scott lays the biblical foundation for our purpose statement: Freedom Church exists to glorify God by making and growing more followers of Jesus Christ. He also outlines some goals and expectations for 2019.
In today's workshop, we work through a "Personal Disciple-making Plan." We want every follower of Christ to be making and growing more followers of Christ, all to the glory of God. This practical workshop helps you do just that. Since this was a workshop, there will be no video!
Pastor Ted preaches our Christmas sermon this year. He looks at Luke 2:1-7 and the importance of making room for Jesus in our lives.