Who pursues those that others have cast away? Who brings back into the family those who have been shamed? The Father does. Today’s message reveals how these concepts relate to you.
What is the meaning of the parable of “The Persistent Widow” found in Luke 18:1-8 of the Bible? More importantly, how should it apply to you? Find out these answers and more in today’s message!
Clay: Restored by Faith
Sometimes we try to change our shape-we want to be a vase instead of a bowl. God wants to restore us to what He created us to be. He wants to restore all the pieces that are out of place in our lives, but it takes an step of faith. By faith, we allow God to do the molding and shaping!
Today we worshiped through music with the following songs: Something Good Greater Than Videos used in the message: Music Video – Jason Grey “Learning”
Show Me: How to Read the Bible
The Bible is God’s story. Read the Bible on a daily basis to learn the character of God. Try Galatians (it only has 6 chapters) or You Version Bible app. where you can read or hear it!
Show Me: How to Find Purpose in Life
“For I know the plans I have for you,” says the Lord. “They are plans for good and not for disaster, to give you a future and a hope.”
God wants to change us, not our circumstances. Think of a rock that is changed into a masterpiece sculpture. This transformation will occur when we look to God for answers.
Show Me!: How to Find Connections That Matter
Making connects that really matter means forgetting about ourselves for a minute-understanding it’s not “me”, it’s a building a community of “we”.
What Was He Thinking? – The REAL “Game of Thrones” – Prayer – 8/12/18 – Palm Coast Community Church
Videos used in the message: At The Movies – Igniter Media PC3 Guatemala Mission 2018 ROMAN J. ISRAEL, ESQ – Official Trailer (links to trailer – watch segment in message video) Wonder – Official Trailer
Running to Win: Winning at Work
Don’t you realize that in a race everyone runs, but only one person gets the prize? So run to win! 1 Corinthians 9:24
Work willingly at whatever you do, as though you were working for the Lord, rather than for people. Colossians 3:23