February 2019


In the fourth message of the “Fearless” series, Chris looks at the Protest Movement, led by John the Baptist, referencing Mark 1:6 – 8. He reminds us that almost always when God begins to move, He does things out of the box. Chris notes three ideas from this movement that we need to utilize in the Church today.


In this third part of the “Fearless” series, Chris looks at the revival in the desert recorded in Mark 1:4 – 5. He shows that even in the desert, God’s Presence is real.

January 2019


What is our mission? We all have a purpose and a calling, a “Mission: Possible”. We need to be about that purpose and calling and allow God to work in us and through us to make Jesus known. Chris looks at the life of John the Baptist as our example, in Mark 1:2, 3.


Prayer is a communication, not TO God, but WITH God. Prayer needs to be our first choice, not our last resort. In this message, we walk through James 5:13 – 20, learning six aspects of prayer and three principles of prayers that avail.


God wants to work with us in a partnership. When we partner with God, it will make all the difference in our life. Chris lays this foundation for us in the first message of the “Fearless: His Presence Makes the Difference” series.

December 2018


In our final look at Joshua 3:1 – 5,  Chris points out one more thing needed for a successful journey–flexibility. Change is inevitable and we must be ready to adapt and not cling to what God did in the past or how He did it. We need to make ourselves available to whatever God wants. We have two options for life–live by the Spirit, or live by the flesh. Which will we choose?


What is our response to the message of the Gospel and to miracles? Do we have the same attitude as Ebeneezer Scrooge and say, “Bah Humbug”? Chris takes a different approach this Christmas season, beginning by looking at 1 Corinthians 1:18 – 31.


Starting with Ephesians 3:14 – 21, Wade shows us that God’s will for our life can be found in His Word.


In this continuation of looking at Joshua 3:1 – 5,  we get three concepts for following the purpose and will of God in our lives: 1) be sensitive, 2) be obedient, and 3) have faith to trust that God knows the way.


Do we have a responsibility towards our sanctification? We learn from Joshua 3:1 – 5 that we do have a part and a responsibility in our sanctification and it is critical that we allow God to work in us so that He can work through us.